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This attractive residence, originally built in the 1920s is a fine example of the period and enjoys a private position on this prestigious location. Built in locally produced artisan bricks and tiles, with open brick fire places, the original part of the house has many period features; these have been sympathetically reflected in those areas that are later extensions. Given its generous size, Bramhall has immense flexibility and has adapted over the years to all of the family’s needs. The layout of the accommodation provides wonderful flexibility to the future owner too. The central impressive reception hall with its open brick fireplace has a beamed ceiling and painted panelling, leading to the oak staircase. The original principal rooms of the house are a fine drawing room and dining room with classic proportions; both these rooms have open brick fireplaces, with French windows. Those of the drawing room lead into the loggia, where full width windows overlook the gardens. This room has enjoyed a variety of uses for the present owners and is currently used as a gym. The heart of the house is the kitchen/breakfast/family room, which lies to the right hand wing of the house, offering a well fitted kitchen space leading directly into a breakfast area and well proportioned family room, with garden views. An inner boot room connects the kitchen with both back and front access to the house, in addition to the utility room, cloakroom and integral garage. Outside the back door is a good sized store room, which is ideal for bike storage. The fine oak staircase rises to a generous landing and the bedroom accommodation which presently comprises five bedrooms, study/bedroom six and sitting room/bedroom seven. The master bedroom with its large en suite shower room is supported by a guest suite, with a further five bedrooms and two family bathrooms. The house therefore can offer up to seven bedrooms if required, with a total of four bath or shower rooms.
Bramhall is situated in one of the best residential roads in Amersham on the Hill, which is itself located within an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Devonshire Avenue is highly desirable because of its close proximity to both town amenities and the Park and countryside beyond. The Metropolitan/Chiltern line station and the centre of Amersham on the Hill is about half a mile’s walk away, providing the London commuter or visitor with an efficient service into Baker Street or London Marylebone. The town has a comprehensive selection of high street shops including Marks & Spencer and Waitrose food halls. Hervines Park at the end of the road is a special place with over 28.5 acres, including 12 acres of preserved woodland, making it ideal for dog walking, as well as spectating local cricket or football matches. Meanwhile, the historic Amersham Old Town is only a mile down the hill, with its wide sweeping High Street, half timbered buildings, picturesque period cottages and a selection of bars, restaurants and clothing shops.
This sought after location offers extra quality time for a family, as all daily requirements are so available. The large level gardens with their hedged boundaries, are a key feature of the property, giving it both seclusion and privacy, amounting to nearly half an acre. The south facing rear garden is mature and well planted with areas of lawn for play, alongside a generous dining terrace, across the back of the house. The integral garage is reached by a wide driveway, whose hedged frontage offers a good level of privacy to the road.
4 Bathrooms (2 En Suite)
4 Reception Rooms
Open Plan Kitchen Breakfast Room
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