This enchanting and unique home forms part of a converted Victorian Old School House. A beautiful Flint and Stone exterior with Stone Mullion windows provide great charm for this Grade II listed home dating back to circa 1890. A beautiful front door with stone surround provides access to the welcoming entrance hallway with a useful area for cloaks and shoes and provides access to the renovated ground floor cloakroom. A dining room, with a glorious vaulted ceiling creates a great entertaining space for numerous guests plus double aspect feature windows flooding the room with light. A large sitting room being 20’0 x 12’6 allow for a fantastic space for relaxing, with an attractive feature fireplace and a detailed cornice featured high ceiling. Italian marble flooring throughout the reception rooms. To the rear a good sized kitchen/breakfast room has space for a table, chairs and a dresser. The rustic country style kitchen with floor and wall mounted units provides a butler sink with views to the rear. A built in dishwasher and washer/dryer with space for a range cooker and American style fridge/freezer. Stone flooring benefits from underfloor heating. A door leads to the rear dining terrace. To the first floor, the master bedroom has a fantastic vaulted dormer window, providing a great sense of space to the room with attractive wooden beams adding to the character and charm. Two further bedrooms, with the option of one being utilised as a study, making an ideal place to work from home. A cleverly designed bathroom has been stylishly renovated and allows for a generous shower and separate bath.
Situated in the popular village of Wooburn Town, there is a pretty village green nearby with local shops. Nearby Beaconsfield offers a comprehensive range of shops and restaurants. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its high quality schooling, as well as excellent transport links. Trains to London are available from Beaconsfield railway station (3.5 miles away) with direct links to London Marylebone and Bourne End railway station (1.3 miles away) offers a direct service to London Paddington. Further links to London are available via the M40 and M4 and M25 also connecting to other motorway networks and airports. Crossrail, due to open in 2021, will provide even more accessibility to London.
The home is approached via a pedestrian wrought iron gate and brick paved garden path leading to the front door. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a number of potted plants providing a colourful and welcoming feel. To the rear, there is a truly amazing backdrop as the River Wye gently flows below the brick paved dining terrace. A wonderful and unique area to entertain and outdoor dine with friends or the perfect spot for a quiet gin and tonic catching the evening westerly sun. A pathway leads to a wooden bridge with lighting, over the river to a carpark owned collectively between all five owners of “Old School Management Company”. The carpark benefits from security lighting and cameras. There are two allocated parking spaces and a garden store.
Beautiful Converted Victorian Old School
Two Reception Rooms
Dining Terrace Overlooking The River Wye
Two Allocated Parking Spaces.