The principal wing of a stunning late Edwardian manor house. Built in the Arts and Crafts style and situated within private grounds approaching 1.5 acres. Benefits include a double garage, tennis court, and magnificent grounds. Character features include high ceilings with attractive coving and a number of ornate fireplaces.
Built by a contemporary of Sir Edmund Lutyens
in 1914, Sheepcote Manor was converted in 1971 into three imposing residences. The house is built with part Elizabethan, part Tudor style elevations with brick mullion windows, high ceilings, quarter sawn oak flooring and heavy oak interior doors.
The house has been restored and revived by the present owners, during their lengthy occupancy and now offers unique and beautifully styled accommodation and grounds. The gardens are a particular feature being south westerly in aspect, with extensive lawns and tennis court all overlooked by the main reception rooms and kitchen/breakfast room.
The area is sought after due to its close proximity to local schooling both state and private. This coupled with convenient access to the A40 and access to both Old and New Towns, make this a desirable location.
Beaconsfield Mainline Station to Marylebone (fastest train approx. 23 minutes) is conveniently located approximately 3 miles away. Good access to the motorway network at Junctions 2 and 3 of the M40 gives access to the national motorway network and airports.
The property is set some 150+ meters away from the entrance road and is approach via a long sweeping driveway. This leads to an impressive gravel courtyard area with ample parking for several vehicles, with the additional double garage. There is a tennis court and a timber constructed outbuilding, plus an area of woodland.
3 Double Bedrooms
Guest Bedroom and Cloakroom