Long Dene House is a superb family home and set within its level private grounds, lies a substantial self-contained bungalow of around 1,100 sq ft, which was formally used as the village school. The house sits discreetly in a level, secluded plot a short stroll to the village green. Despite its period origins it offers a contemporary interior with modern fixtures and fittings.
The welcoming reception hall provides views through the playroom to the rear garden. This room could be a dining room and sits between the kitchen and 25’0 sitting room both with
impressive vaulted ceilings with Velux windows flooding the rooms with light and aspects over the gardens with a mixture of oak and stone flooring and underfloor heating. The kitchen is well planned for an active family life, with its double height, timber framed window and French doors to the garden.
An active cook can enjoy the opportunity to create with a double AGA and central island beside the dining area. Modern fittings include a steamer, combi and fan ovens, full height separate
fridge and freezer, dishwasher and coffee machine alongside more traditional benefits of a walk in larder.
A generous reception room currently used as a study with oak flooring and an open fire.
Country family life has been well planned with a generous utility room with underfloor heating, built in fridge, freezer and dishwasher, a larder with extensive storage, boot room and a ground floor shower room. Ideal for muddy sportsmen or
The self-contained home office outside, makes working from home never easier.
To the first floor the master bedroom suite enjoys a balcony overlooking the gardens and a generous ensuite with double width bath and separate twin showers. Two further guest suites have their own en suite shower or bathrooms, whilst the
remaining two bedrooms have use of a large family bathroom.
The self-contained bungalow accommodation is worthy of separate mention. Over the years it has provided a multiplicity of uses from a small business, home working, additional family
accommodation and more recently a letting income. Comprising an impressive central sitting room with elevated beamed ceilings and timber floors, incorporating the kitchen alongside
two separate bedrooms and a bathroom. The main room and bedroom both have glazed doors opening onto the gardens.
Jordans village is one of South Buckinghamshire’s most sought after villages, originally established in 1919. To this day it retains a wonderful community spirit with its own village shop, central green, playground and renowned Ofsted outstanding village primary school and separate nursery. Seer Green railway station offers a direct link to London Marylebone with the shortest journey taking approximately 27 minutes.
Local Authority – Chiltern District Council.
Features and Services – Mains gas, electricity and water.
Tenure – Leasehold. 999 years from 25/03/1935
The house is approached through automatic timber gates, flanked by mature hedging. During the present family’s occupancy, the gardens have been well established and provide wonderful
screening, with mature boundaries to all sides. The plot is level and in all is just over half an acre. Features abound, including a gazebo, hot tub, ornamental garden and a variety of established fruit trees and raspberry canes. The self-contained home office, double shed and detached triple garage provide generous outbuildings.
open plan living
four reception rooms
master bedroom with en suite bathroom and balcony
four further bedrooms
three further bathrooms
detached two bedroom bungalow