The Clock House was built in 1990 by Weatherley Homes and has remained in the same family occupancy since. Positioned centrally within its secluded and generous level plot, this attractive brick-built property gives a sense of rural living,
within this thriving market town. Beautifully maintained during its ownership with quality and care of the original fixtures and fittings, the house offers opportunities for further development.
The impact of the welcoming reception hall as you enter the house is enhanced by the light from the large double height rear picture window. To the left are double doors to the 26’ drawing room, with
a stone fireplace and opening through to the conservatory, giving generous views of the private rear garden. To the east side is the heart of the house, a kitchen/breakfast room with solid limed oak units, and a hexagonal side bay which affords space for both a breakfast bar and table to seat 6-8. The generous family room is well located across the way and gives lovely views of the private front garden. The dining room and study flank your return to the reception hall. Utilities are well taken care of with a cloakroom and laundry room completing the ground floor.
Rising to the first floor via a mezzanine landing, affords a pause to enjoy the pleasing views of the gardens via the picture window. The main landing is large enough for furnishing and could offer space for study or reading. The principal master
suite is spread across the east side of the house, with its neighbouring en-suite bedroom giving yet further space for dressing or secluded leisure time. The remaining bedrooms to this floor all enjoy storage and en-suited facilities and the large
family bathroom is ideal for young families.
The second floor accommodation could be considered suitable for older children, au pairs or private home working, with a shower room and two bedrooms both with walk-in eaves storage, much of which is boarded.
Stratton Road is considered one of the most prestigious roads within the ‘Golden Triangle’, so termed for its collection of Beaconsfield’s
premier roads, under a mile from the centre of Beaconsfield New Town and the mainline railway station. Entered via a sweeping arc connecting Cambridge and Gregories Roads, it is a secluded,
tree lined road of substantial family houses on generous plots.
Beaconsfield New Town offers a wide range of boutique shops, cafés and high street retailers, so a move to the country has never been better serviced. Included in the range of shops are Cook, Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, Space NK, Mint Velvet, and Sweaty Betty alongside independent restaurants, The Beech House, Fegos and Jungs.
The mainline station services a fast train into London Marylebone in 22 minutes. Renowned for its choice and standards of education, the town offers private, grammar and outstanding state schooling, including Davenies School for boys, High March School for girls, Beaconsfield High School and Dr Challoner’s High School for girls.
Local Authority – South Buckinghamshire District Council.
Tel. 01895 83720
Features and Services – Mains gas, electricity and water.
The house is approached through a pair of wrought iron electrically-operated gates, flanked by mature beech hedging, leading onto a block paved driveway and sweeping forecourt with a spacious triple garage on the east side. During the
present family’s occupancy of 30 years, the gardens have been well established and provide wonderful screening from its neighbours, with its continuous hedged boundaries to all sides.
The plot is level and in all approaches three quarters of an acre (0.7 acres) and with the house sitting centrally, this gives it a large private front garden and a lovely rear garden, complete with
croquet lawn. Mature trees border the gardens including large beech and hornbeam trees with Pieris and Camelia shrubs.
Ground floor – Reception hall
First floor – Master bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing room