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The Mill House is believed to date from the latter part of the 19th century. The house is named after Fulmer Windmill which was built in 1831 and the tower of which still remains in the grounds of Mill Cottage which adjoins the Property. The Mill House was in the year 2000 the subject of comprehensive programme of renovation, including a new double garage and electric gates. A conservatory has subsequently been added. The main reception hall features parquet flooring which extends throughout the main reception areas. The drawing room is an elegant double aspect room with a bay
window and views over the garden, double doors opening to the generous conservatory which has a slate floor and underfloor heating. The dining room is beautifully proportioned with ornate plaster cornicing and ornamental marble fireplace and double casement doors to the terrace and gardens beyond. Also on the ground floor is the family sitting room and the study. The double aspect kitchen/breakfast room, has double doors to the adjoining terrace. Two staircases rise to the first floor which comprises the principal bedroom suite with balcony and en-suite bathroom, there is a double aspect guest bedroom with en-suite bathroom and shower, together with three further bedrooms. There is also an additional family bathroom.
The Mill House lies approximately 1 mile south of Fulmer village with Gerrards Cross approximately 2 miles beyond providing an extensive range of shopping facilities as well as a mainline railway station with regular commuter services to Marylebone. The M40 motorway at Denham is about 4.5 miles with access to the M25 and main motorway network. Heathrow Airport, via the M25 and M4, is about 14 miles. There is a wide range of sports and recreational facilities in the area including golf clubs such as Stoke Park, The Buckinghamshire, Beaconsfield and Gerrards Cross.
The property is approached through electrically operated double gates, leading to a brick paved parking sweep in front of the double garage. At the front of the house is a wide canopied entrance porch and a courtyard Japanese garden. The gardens include a wide range of specimen trees and a woodland rhododendron walk. At the rear of the formal garden lies a small paddock with adjoining stabling and greenhouse and secondary entrance gates providing access from the adjoining driveway. In all approximately 1.87 acres (0.75ha).
The area is also well served for educational facilities with an excellent range of schools, both state and private.
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