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A delightful 1930’s built Y J Lovell Home of considerable stature and character in arguably one of the most favoured areas within South Buckinghamshire. The present owners have substantially improved and extended the property to provide the accommodation in its current form. The house offers exceptionally generous entertaining space with particular note being the kitchen/breakfast/family area which opens up into a games room on the eastern boundary. The kitchen itself comprises a range of hand built units around a central island with granite preparation space. This all opens seamlessly onto a large breakfast/family area and there are doors that open up all the way along the back of the property onto the south facing rear garden. Having been extended and improved over recent years the property has been maintained to a very high order and viewing is strongly recommended.
Manor Lane is a private no through road and one of the foremost roads in Gerrards Cross. The property has been designated by the local authority as being in an 'Area of Exceptional Character'. The property is located approximately 1/2 a mile (via two local footpaths towards end of Manor Lane) giving fast walking access to town centre, station, pubs/restaurants and local shops. The Chiltern Rail Line links Gerrards Cross rail station to London Marylebone (fast services taking approximately 18-20 minutes). Motorway connections are easily accessed at M40 Junction 1 (Denham), which is approximately 4 miles distance & links to M25, M4, M1 and Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
The property is approached via a private gated driveway at the end of the lane that serves this and one other property only. There is generous parking to the front for numerous vehicles and access to the double garage with electric up and over door. The south westerly facing rear gardens were designed and commissioned by the current owner and implemented by a local landscaper, incorporating a large patio terrace for outdoor entertaining, numerous pathways, level lawns and shaped borders of flowering plants and shrubs. In all, the plot measures approximately 0.5 of an acre.
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