Built to an exacting standard to provide high efficiency with triple glazing, underfloor heating (ground floor) and consistent air quality, this family home offers impressive accommodation in excess of 4,000 sq ft. An oak framed porch leads to the front door which opens to the galleried entrance hall, providing access to the principal reception rooms. The magnificent kitchen/dining/family room is the hub of the home. It has been beautifully finished with Mistral work surfaces and a large central island which provides an informal seating area. Integrated appliances include a downdraft extractor, induction hob, two ovens and a dishwasher. In addition there is an American style fridge/freezer and a superb pantry. The utility room adjoins the kitchen providing storage and laundry. The dining/family area to the front extends into a bay window with views over the garden. It has oak flooring and a door to an entrance hall/boot room leading to the side entrance. The sitting room has a wood-burning stove and a bay window. Doors lead to the garden room; a light and airy space with doors to the garden. The study/media room is situated to the rear of the property and enjoys views down the garden. An oak staircase rises to the first floor galleried landing providing access to all four double bedrooms; two benefitting from en suite bath/shower rooms and the other two served by the family bathroom and cloakroom. The property has a contemporary feel whilst benefitting from CAT 6, satellite TV cabling and a 10 year ABC+ warranty.
The property is located at the end of a quiet lane in an AONB with stunning surrounding countryside. The village enjoys a pub/restaurant, tennis and cricket club and shop. The property is within walking distance of the highly regarded Bledlow Ridge primary school (Ofsted rated Outstanding). Radnage Church of England School is also nearby. All primary schools feed into the Buckinghamshire grammar school system which includes The Royal Grammar School and John Hampden for boys (both rated Outstanding by Ofsted) and Wycombe High school for girls (again Ofsted rated Outstanding); all in High Wycombe which is just over six miles distant. The Wycombe Abbey public school for girls is also only a few miles away.
Approached via electric timber gates, there is a sweeping Cotswold stone gravel drive with ample parking and access to the detached double garage and annex/studio. The property is set back from the lane with areas of lawn, trees and shrubs. Steps lead to a natural stone path flowing to the front and side entrance. To the rear there is a large natural stone paved terrace. It leads to level lawns enclosed with fencing and hedging to the boundaries. The weather-boarded garage has electric roller doors and timber doors opening to the rear garden. The studio is accessed via external stairs rising to a self-contained space with a shower room, cloakroom and eaves storage. The plot in total measures 0.44 of an acre.
For clarification we would like to point out that the furnishing are not real and have been added to these particulars for illustrative purposes only.
Kitchen Dining Family Room
Master Bedroom with Ensuite Bathroom
Three Further Bedrooms
En Suite Shower Room