Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
Egerton House is approached between a pair of imposing brick pillars and magnificent wrought iron, electronically-operated gates.
These open onto an attractive driveway which provides ample parking space and leads to the inviting “porte cochère” entrance with its Tuscan-style pillars. The wide and spacious reception hall
with marble flooring leads to the principal ground floor rooms and is overlooked by the galleried landing above, creating a wonderful sense of opulence and luxury. The developer, Halamar, left no stone unturned in designing a bespoke home, paying great attention to detail and incorporating contemporary features combined with high quality materials and soft, warm colours.
French doors open from the kitchen/breakfast room and the dining room onto the terrace that runs along the rear of the property. Similarly, there are bi-fold doors in the drawing room. Al fresco dining is to be enjoyed whilst appreciating the
landscaped gardens and the expanse of lawn to the rear. Direct access to the garage can be gained from the reception hall.
The bespoke stone staircase opens onto the attractive galleried landing on the first floor and leads to four bedrooms including the master bedroom suite with a large dressing room and
bathroom. The other three bedrooms on this level all have an en suite bath or shower room. Rising to the second floor, there are two further bedrooms; one with an en suite bathroom and the other with an en suite shower room. The laundry space represents a very clever touch, taking into consideration the practicalities of 21st century living.
Egerton House is ideally situated to take advantage of all that Beaconsfield and the Old Town have to offer. There is a wealth of
restaurants and cafés close to hand as well as a range of shops including Waitrose and Marks & Spencer. Sporting interests are catered for by David Lloyd in Wooburn Green with a gym,
tennis courts and a swimming pool. Additional sports facilities are offered by Stoke Park and golf courses at Beaconsfield, Wycombe Heights and Hazlemere. There are a number of highly regarded private and state schools in the area, including
The Beacon and Davenies School for boys, High March for Girls, The Royal Grammar School for boys in High Wycombe, Beaconsfield High School and Dr Challoner’s High School for girls. Buckinghamshire is one of the last counties to maintain the traditional grammar school system.
Mileages (Distances are approximate)
Beaconsfield town centre and station – 0.4 miles (fastest journey time to Marylebone – approximately 26 minutes);
M40 Junction 2 – 2.3 miles; Heathrow Airport – 14.3 miles; central London – 26.5 miles.
Ground floor – Reception hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast/family room, study, two cloakrooms, utility.
First floor – Master bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing room, bedroom with en suite bathroom, two bedrooms with en suite shower rooms.
Second floor – Bedroom with en suite bathroom, bedroom with en suite shower room, laundry.
Double garage, spacious driveway, landscaped gardens.
In all 0.455 acres (0.18 ha).
The property is discreetly set well back from the road and sits fairly centrally on its plot. There are attractive landscaped gardens, mainly laid to lawn, both to front and rear of the house.
Mature silver birches and lollipop topiary border the property, adding to the air of privacy at the rear. The double garage is an integral part of the house itself.
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