A handsome detached 1930's character home with a stunning level south facing rear garden in one of Gerrards Cross' most sought after locations, within a short walk of Gerrards Cross village centre and railway station.
An opportunity to acquire a substantial five bedroom family home of distinct quality in a location of standout convenience. Invitingly well-proportioned living areas not only provide excellent family accommodation but also an ideal layout for entertaining. The house benefits from numerous features such as a delightful south facing rear garden ideal for alfresco dining in those summer months & being within a short walk of Gerrards Cross
The house has been vastly improved and extended over the years, however, in our opinion could be further extended (stpp). To the ground floor are four beautifully proportioned reception rooms. The lounge and dining room are both bright and airy creating a lovely relaxed family haven, the kitchen/breakfast room is a bespoke, hand painted Smallbone kitchen with a separate utility area. There is an Amdega custom made conservatory which overlooks the delightful grounds and has direct access onto the patio.
On the first floor are 5 bedrooms with a recently fitted family bathroom, the master bedroom has en-suite and fitted wardrobes.
To the front there is a brick dwarf wall with mature flowering plants and shrubs, two further beds with shrubs and flowering plants, lighting. Side access leads to the beautiful rear garden, which is a good size and mainly laid to lawn, enjoying a sunny, secluded aspect. Raised planted borders with railway sleepers and brick dwarf walls, mature trees, hedgerow, rockery, terrace area to the width of the garden, wooden shed, lighting, electrical sockets, water tap, brick shed.
Gerrards Cross frequently appears in surveys of the most desirable places to live in England. Located under three miles from the M25 and the M40, it offers excellent travel links yet retains the atmosphere of an unspoiled, thriving country village. The village's high street and boutique style shops, cafes, bistros, banks and hotel are mainly on Packhorse Road and Station Road, which together form Gerrards Cross' bustling heart.
Gerrards Cross also has its own Everyman Cinema in the centre of the village. Just to the south of the village centre is Gerrards Cross Common, an attractive expanse of open grass and woodland with two ponds.
The common hosts a variety of activities including football, walking, cycling, picnicking and children's play area. Golf enthusiasts need look no further than the prestigious Stoke Park Golf Club in nearby Stoke Poges. The club's 27-hole course is ranked amongst the top 100 in the world, whilst its restaurant, rooms and spa is housed in a beautiful 18th Century mansion standing in a landscape designed by Capability Brown.
Gerrards Cross also benefits from its own Golf Club as well as being close to Denham and Beaconsfield Golf club. Other activities to enjoy are tennis, cricket and hockey. As well as its excellent road links, London is easily accessible from Gerrards Cross by train. Regular services operate from Gerrards Cross station into London Marylebone, within 20 minutes (*fast train). Road links are excellent A40 M40 M25 M4 only minutes and 25 minutes to Heathrow airport. (all times are approximate).