This imposing Edwardian family residence offers fantastic scope to upgrade, extend, convert and modernise - only 0.5mile to the centre of Gerrards Cross and its train station. The property has been owned by the current owners since 1982 and is now being offered for sale. With an abundance of character, this landmark 'black and white' property is well situated in its 0.4 (approx.) acre level plot and a viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate the features of this wonderful family home. In brief, the property comprises: Four reception rooms located off the impressive entrance hall including a Drawing Room, Conservatory, Dining Room and Kitchen / Breakfast Room fitted with a range of wall and base units, high storage cupboards and a walk-in larder. There is a Study, Utility room and Cloakroom also located on the ground floor.
The first floor landing gives access to four well-proportioned double bedrooms. Two family bathrooms are also located on this floor. There is potential to convert the large attic area into additional bedroom accommodation subject to planning. No Onward Chain.
Situated on one of premier central addresses very conveniently near the town of Gerrards Cross. Well placed for transport links (18-20 mins fast service to London Marylebone), and M40, M4 and M25 Motorways giving ease of access to London, Heathrow and all other London airports. Gerrards Cross offers a wide range of amenities including Waitrose, M&S Food Hall and Tesco supermarkets, boutiques, local shops, cafes, restaurants, community library and an Everyman cinema.
The main house is set back from the Packhorse Road and accessed via an in and out driveway. There is tarmac parking for numerous cars and 2 single garages. To the rear, the property has a large private garden with patios and a central pathway leading down to steps that access the main part of the garden which is beautifully landscaped featuring areas of lawn, pathways and numerous mature trees, shrubs, vines and other flowering specimens. In all approximately 0.4 acres. There is a bus stop just outside the in / out driveway and the high street is a level walk.
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Kitchen Breakfast Room