Beechers is a beautifully presented property with an abundance of contemporary charm. It is set behind electronically-operated gates which open onto a wide, brick-laid driveway bordered by
lawns and interesting shrubs. The eye is drawn to the attractive bay windows, brickwork designs and decorative woodwork, as well as the hung tiling and clean lines of the roof tiles.
The reception hall opens onto the principal reception rooms which include the triple aspect drawing room with French doors to the garden. The family room and sitting room have French
doors leading to the wide terraced area at the rear of the house; the perfect spot for al fresco dining overlooking the level lawn and mature trees beyond. Considerable thought has gone into
the layout of Beechers and the spacious kitchen, designed by Anthony Mullan, has limestone flooring and French doors to the garden. It adjoins the dining room and utility room.
Rising to the first floor, the staircase opens onto the galleried landing which has attractive cornicing. There are five bedrooms on this level, all of which either have an en suite bathroom or shower room. The master bedroom and bathroom are particularly spacious and luxurious with a light and airy feel, thanks to open views across the gardens and paddock. There are two further bedrooms and a study on the second floor, offering potential for teenage children or guests. One of bedrooms is currently used as a snooker room and there is a bar area in the landing.
Beechers provides ample scope for games and entertainment. Part of the garage building has been converted into a games emporium and incorporates a bar area with several fridges.
There is parking for two cars in the other section of this building as well as plenty of space to the front of the house.
Beechers is situated near the pretty and traditional village of Binfield which has a post office and a few small shops. It is ideally located to take full advantage of the surrounding countryside and stunning scenery whilst retaining its discreet
and private nature. There is an extensive network of footpaths and bridle paths close at hand. Sporting and leisure activities, such as golf and tennis, are catered for by Wentworth Club,
approximately eleven miles away. Nearby Bray is home to two Michelin-starred restaurants, The Waterside Inn and The Fat Duck. The Royal Oak pub is just under two miles away.
The house is set well back from the road and sits fairly centrally on its plot. The grounds are laid mainly to lawn with a loggia and well maintained borders. A terrace spans the width of the house
to the rear. There is an additional plot of land included which offers enclosed, secure parking for eight cars on hard-standing.
Detached family home
In all 5224 sqft