We are delighted to bring to the market this beautiful period property which has been sympathetically extended and refurbished. Built in 1921 in the original grounds of Davidge House, this beautiful home is situated less than a mile from Beaconsfield’s vibrant New Town with it’s array of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars, plus the railway station with fast links to London. Situated one minute from one of only two playgrounds in Beaconsfield, the property overlooks the Knotty Green cricket club.
Hidden from the road, the charms of this property become abundantly clear as you approach the electric wooden gates which open to the grounds which wrap around the entire property. A newly constructed double garage with an electric charging point and garden store storage area are neatly tucked away, and the gravel driveway accommodates 3-4 cars.
Shallow stone steps lead to a large remodeled porch with underfloor heating, plentiful storage, and gate control. This opens into the original hall which has been made by Mulberry flooring and is a herringbone parquet flooring. To the left is the drawing room, which is currently configured with three distinct seating areas: a snug by the wood-burner and feature log wall, fitted seats in the bay window, and a large sofa area. There is a further door which leads to the internal hall towards the rear of the property.
To the right of the main door is another bright reception room, currently used as a study/snug, with a wood-burner and original parquet flooring. Further along the hall is the under stairs cupboard and the utility room on the right. There is ample floor and eye-level storage plus plumbing and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. The boilers are located within.
The impressive second hall leads to the large billiards room, which offers garden views and access to this area of the garden through double doors. The boot room is at the rear of the property, essential after a country walk which you will find just minutes from the Cottage. A modern Duravit cloakroom is also accessed from the second hall.
The current owner’s ability to merge interior styles is clearly evident in the stunning Tom Howley kitchen with a pale quartz worktop, a six-ring Rangemaster cooker, and central island with bar stool seating. The integrated microwave is housed within the cupboard concealing the toaster, coffee machine and kettle, and there is space for an American fridge-freezer. A fitted seating area is ideal for watching the chef at work!
The kitchen flows into the orangery which is used as the main dining area with further space for a love chair or snuggle sofa. Underfloor electric and contemporary gas radiators ensure it is always cosy. This is a superb entertaining space for day or night, and opens out to a large patio which has ample space for both dining and lounging garden furniture.
The upstairs is accessible from the front hall, and leads to an open plan landing with atrium. To the left is a single bedroom, and further along is the principal bedroom. It features a recently updated ensuite with large walk-in shower, fitted David Bennett wardrobes, and a hidden vanity cupboard.
The landing leads to three further double bedrooms, and two further bathrooms, one with a large shower, the other housing the bath. Access to the large loft is also from the landing.
Further accommodation can be found outside where there is a ‘Green Retreats’ garden room. This is fully insulated with electricity and lighting, and is currently used as a gym and office space. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs. A vegetable garden is located to the right of the house. The patios surrounding the house provide excellent entertaining spaces, as well as somewhere to relax and enjoy the sunshine.
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