An enchanting Georgian style home forming the wing of this lovely 1800's country home which was owned by Eustace Wilding. This wonderful home boasts glorious views over the delightful grounds and gardens.
The Grounds - The property is set in impressive expansive gardens we believe approaching 17 acres (this has not been substantiated). Expanses of lawn close to the house with large areas of natural woodland with a number of woodland walks.
The property is approached via a long drive accessed via electronic remote controlled gates with further drive leading down to the main Framewood Road, providing a large degree of seclusion and privacy. Also set within the grounds is a squash court with viewing gallery.
The main house is steeped in history, built in the 1800's it was home to Eustace Wilding who spent considerable time landscaping the area and, indeed, there is evidence today of numerous specimen trees of important nature including giant Redwoods. In addition, there are many varieties of rhododendrons around the development which also has two resident species of deer.
There is a large double garage in a nearby block with remote control up and over door, power and light, outside tap and car washing area.
Share of Freehold, the residents of which share an equal part in the management company, which each owner has a lease commencing with 999 years. They are therefore their own freeholders in total control of management and charges relating, currently these around £3,300 annually to include ground rent, maintenance, upkeep of the grounds, window cleaning, external decoration, insurance, sinking fund etc.
The main house of Wexham Place was originally built in the 1800's and has now been sympathetically converted into luxurious apartments with Georgian style townhouses, forming wings of the building.
This particular home offers bright, light and spacious accommodation over two floors with stunning views over the landscaped gardens. This enchanting Georgian style home forms the wing of this lovely country house and boasts glorious views over its delightful grounds and gardens.
A welcoming entrance hallway leads into an elegant dining area, which in turn leads to a grand, yet homely drawing room with double aspect windows allowing an abundance of natural light to flood in. The kitchen is well equipped with a range of wall and floor mounted units, granite work surfaces. Inset one and a half bowl drainer sink with mixer tap. Integrated appliances including a gas hob, electric fan assisted oven and built in microwave, dishwasher, integrated washing machine and fridge freezer, and space for a tumble dryer. Also on the ground floor is a good size downstairs cloakroom with low level wc, pedestal wash basin and ample cloaks storage space, under stairs.
On the first floor, the landing leads to three bedrooms, the master of which is a good size room affording glorious views over the grounds and benefiting from an en suite bathroom comprising panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and wall mounted shower over bath, glazed screen and low level WC and wash hand basin. Bedroom two is also a good size double room and bedroom three a good size single with a range of built-in cupboards. The family bathroom comprises a panel enclosed bath with wall mounted shower attachment over bath, mixer tap, low level WC and superb views.
Loft - Good size full width loft, insulated and part carpeted with power points and lighting, accessed via folding ladder.
This stunning development is securely located via a gated entrance and pproached at the end of a long tree lined driveway on the rural borders of Fulmer.
Beautiful landscaped gardens and grounds extend to approximately 17 acres and are for the communal use of the ten properties that share the freehold interest.
At the front of this magnificent country home, the driveway culminates in a turning circle, around an ornamental Koi Karp pond with water feature.
This area also provides some short term parking and there is a separate garaging area where this property boasts a larger than average double. There is also a resident's squash court. The gardens are bordered by mature Rhododendron bushes and trees and there are also famed numerous specimen trees of importance, including giant redwoods. There are also outbuildings offering extra storage.
The property is located less than a mile from the picturesque village of Fulmer with its church, local school, Black Horse Inn (village pub & restaurant), King George V cricket and football ground with pavilion. The larger centre of Gerrards Cross is approximately 3 miles distant offering more comprehensive shopping facilities (Waitrose, M&S Simply Food, Sainsbury Local & Tesco) and Chiltern Line Rail Service to London Marylebone (fast trains 18 minutes). Slough Station (circa 3.5 miles distant) terminates at London Paddington. Recreational and sporting facilities in the area include golf and health spa at the prestigious Stoke Park Club.
We understand the house was originally commissioned and constructed by the chairman of the English rhododendron society in approx 1850. The gardens still retain a number of stunning specimen examples as well as Sequoia and Araucaria. The property comes with a 24'5 electric garage with storage bays.
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