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This is a very interesting Grade 11 Listed, period home, dating back in some parts to the 15th Century. Past guises have been as a brewery, a village inn and a girls boarding school but in more recent times, the property has undergone extensive improvements, under the current ownership, turning this into a wonderful family home of immense character, with adaptable accommodation for relatives or staff.
Whilst the property forms the major portion of this delightful house, it feels completely independent of the neighbouring proeprty, helped by the fact that it looks out onto its own part walled garden.
Notable features are the Walnut and Maple bespoke kitchen by Edwin Loxley with polished Granite worksurfaces and complimented by a vaulted ceiling. The drawing room provides well proportioned accommodation with double sash windows overlooking the garden and a grand fireplace, whilst the dining room is to the front with again two sash windows and a cast iron fireplace.
The house has two self contained annexes with exposed beams and lots of charm, as well as modern day comfort.
We thoroughly recommend this property for its history, yet providing a modern day family home, the flexible accommodation provided and the delightful partly walled garden of 0.29 acre.
York House occupies the majority part of this splendid house which is just a short distance into the centre of this bustling town with its banks, restaurants and wine bars. There are good schools for children of all ages in the area and there are excellent recreational pursuits including boating on the River Thames and Foxhills Golf and Country Club a short distance away.
There are flights both domestic and international from nearby Heathrow Airport (16.5 miles) and the M3, M4 and M25 motorway networks are all accessible.
The gardens are quite beautiful being walled and level, comprising mainly lawns with well stocked flower borders, high period walls giving the garden a classic English country feel, with a rose walk beneath an Oak arbour with plum, pear and apple trees to the side and external lighting.
There is a Jacuzzi hot tub in the Summer House and two timber sheds, with the swimming pool having a timber framed changing room. The double garage has twin up and over doors with power and light, whilst the cobbled courtyard is approached through electronic Oak gates. In all, the gardens extend to 0.29 acre.
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