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This property's price has dropped from £5,000,000 to Guide Price £4,300,000.
One of the principal properties in this much sought after village. Standing privately towards the centre of its own 11 acres of land and approached through wrought iron gates over a gravel driveway. Walking through to the reception hall it becomes immediately apparent that, this delightful country house has been sympathetically restored to the highest standard, having tremendous character and scope. The comfortable and well planned accommodation is arranged over 2 floors with attention to detail being the order of the day. The guest wing has a more contemporary feel with stylish and well designed interiors, demonstrating that this additional annexe provides further outstanding and flexible accommodation for both guests or staff. Gerrards Cross 4 miles; Beaconsfield 7.5 miles; Denham Station 1.5 miles (Marylebone 25 minutes); M40 J1 2 miles;
M25 J16 3.5 miles; Heathrow Airport 12.5 miles; Central London 19 miles. (Distances approximate)
Sherwood House is set at the end of its own private gated drive about a mile and a half from Denham Golf Club station which provides a regular Chiltern Link rail service to London Marylebone. The M40 motorway is also easily accessible at Denham (J1) connecting with the M25and main motorway network. South Buckinghamshire is renowned for both state and private education and there are numerous recreational facilities in the general area including golf courses at Gerrards Cross and Stoke Poges as well as nearby at Denham. Denham village, about half a mile away, is a well known beauty spot and Conservation Area with abundant period buildings including pubs and restaurants.
The gardens and grounds of Sherwood House are well stocked and delightful, with wonderful vistas from all elevations. The two main areas of lawn are subdivided by magnificent Yew topiary which gives structure and interest to the garden. Approached over a gravel drive way and protected by its own gate lodge, emphasises the privacy demanded by previous celebrity owners. The drive terminates in a large gravel parking sweep to the front of the house, and then continues on to the garages and guest wing. The secondary gated entrance serves the lodge and gives garden access to plant and agricultural machinery. The majority of the gardens flow around the house with the woodland areas protecting the boundaries. Towards the centre of the garden is the tennis court which adjoins the heated Swimming Pool which is part fenced and overlooked by the Summer House, plant room and store. The productive Kitchen garden has the convenience of raised brick beds and protected by established mixed hedges. Range of greenhouses. There is a good size timber building which was formally a dance studio and now used as a garden store.
South Buckinghamshire is renowned for its excellent range of schooling for boys and girls both state and independent - further information can be sourced via www.buckscc.gov.uk, www.southbucks.gov.uk, www.ofsted.gov.uk or www.schools-search.co.uk (using the Postcode UB9 5).
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