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With both Georgian and Victorian additions, this quintessential period property reveals its original form with an abundance of features including original beams, real wooden flooring, original wooden shuttering, period fireplaces, sash windows and a Minstrels gallery.
Providing over 5,000 sq ft of versatile family living space, ground floor accommodation leads from a superb reception hallway, featuring a library, fireplace and vertical beams, continuing to a drawing room at the rear. The drawing room is full of character with ships beams, an original bread oven, inglenook fireplace and Victorian stained glass window whilst two sets of French doors offer stunning views to the garden. The dining room with sash windows and original shuttering has front garden aspect whilst an office also enjoys views of the grounds at the rear.
With a stable door to the garden, the traditional farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room is appointed with both granite and wooden work surfaces, a gas Aga and integrated appliances whilst a separate laundry room with cloakroom, plus a games room completes the layout for this floor.
Accessed via two staircases, the first floor houses a dual aspect master bedroom suite with a feature fireplace, en-suite shower room and walk in dressing room. Accommodation continues with five further bedrooms, two bathrooms and a sauna.
Of particular note, the one bedroom annexe has its own separate entrance but can also be accessed internally. The annexe accommodation comprises of a bedroom, bathroom, sitting room, dining room/study and kitchen, providing an option for a guest or au pair suite if required.
Huntercombe Lane South is well located for the commuter sitting approx 1.2 miles equidistant between Burnham and Taplow train stations which provide excellent transport links to both London Paddington and Reading, with the M4 junction 7
giving access to Heathrow Airport, London, Reading and the M25 Motorway network. The arrival of Crossrail in the region is set to enhance commuting into central London.
This location also has good access to the quaint shops, bars and restaurants of historic Eton, the convenience of Burnham village high street and shopping at Taplow Bishops Centre, together with access to the larger towns of Maidenhead and Windsor at 2.5 and 5 miles (approx) respectively.
This area is also in close proximity to a number of schools (both primary and grammar), and cultural and leisure facilities such as rowing at Dorney Lake, the Tudor Manor House and gardens at
Dorney Court, walks in the beautiful National Trust grounds of Cliveden House, boating on the River Thames, racing at Windsor and golf at Burnham Beeches Golf Club, Lambourne and Huntswood.
Huntercombe Farmhouse enjoys enviable 360 degree views of the garden and surrounding countryside. Gated parking for numerous cars is provided at the side of the property together
with access to a detached garage with stables at the rear.
This stunning plot of approximately 2 acres, beautifully matured and landscaped, features a vegetable garden, a pond and tennis lawn area together with a flagstone terrace wrapping around the property, ideal for summer dining, relaxing and entertaining.
Master Bedroom Suite
Five Further Bedrooms
Cloakroom x 2
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