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    A most substantial traditional style home set in a quiet location in the heart of Beaconsfield. This fine house is set in a large mature garden with the benefit of a south aspect to the rear and also features a tennis court.
    An immaculately presented Detached Edwardian Home, located on one of the finest roads in Beaconsfield.
    Accommodation and AmenitiesEntrance Hall – Reception Hall – Study – Drawing Room – Dining Room – Kitchen/Breakfast Room – Cloakroom – Utility Room
    Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and Bathroom – Guest Bedroom with Dressing Room and Bathroom – Bedroom Three – Family Shower Room. Second Floor Bedroom Four with Shower Room – Bedroom Five with Bathroom – Bedroom Six – Loft Area. Detached Garage – Room over Garage – Shower Room – Gardens – Tennis Court – EPC Rating D

    Located on the prestigious Grove Road, arguably one of the finest roads in South Buckinghamshire and less than five minutes walk from the comprehensive facilities of Beaconsfield New Town.
    Beaconsfield New Town features a range of boutique shops, a good selection of restaurants and a large Waitrose and Sainsbury’s. It is particularly well served for communication links, with a journey to London Marylebone taking approximately 23 minutes on the Chiltern Line. For the motorist, junction 2 of the M40 is about 1.5 miles away, giving wider access to the national motorway network. The area is renowned for its schooling and falls in the catchment for a number of very good schools, both state and independent, catering for all ages of education. The county is well served for sport facilities, including rugby, golf and cricket clubs and the Cliveden Spa is just south of Beaconsfield.

    Beaconsfield 0.5 miles (London Marylebone 23 mins), M40 (J2) 1.5 miles, Gerrards Cross 4.5 miles, Amersham 6 miles (London Baker Street 47 mins), M25 (J16) 6.5 miles, London Heathrow 16 miles, Central London 26 miles. Distances and times are approximate.

    This well presented and improved accommodation throughout is situated one of the most popular roads in Beaconsfield New Town. The property was originally constructed in the early 1900’s and since this time has been considerably improved to incorporate some of the charm of its era, whilst also keeping it modern for today’s purchaser.

    The Reception Hall gives access to three main reception rooms on the ground floor: the Drawing Room is a good size and benefits from lovely views over the immaculate gardens and has a feature red brick fireplace. Opposite this lies the Dining Room, also of a good size and with a charming fireplace and overlooking the gardens. The Kitchen/Breakfast room is fitted with a range of appliances and a central island and sits towards the front of the property.

    There are Three Bedrooms on the first floor, the heart of which is the Master Bedroom with dressing area and bathroom suite with shower and bath. The Guest Bedroom is of a similar size, also with a dressing room and ensuite bathroom, whilst Bedroom Three is serviced by a Family Shower Room.

    On the Second Floor there are essentially Three Further Bedrooms, two of them with ensuite facilities and Bedroom Six/Store Room.
    GardensTo the front of the property is a large gravelled driveway which provides parking for numerous cars and is flanked by lawned areas and mature flower and shrub borders. There is access to a Detached Garage with accommodation over, including a shower room.

    As well as the location, another particular highlight are the stunningly maintained, south facing rear gardens. They are mainly laid to lawn with a large brick terrace at the front, with a path leading to a water feature.

    The gardens are enclosed on all sides by a selection of mature hedging, flower and shrub border and mature trees. To the rear of the garden lies a tennis court.
    From the M40 junction 2, follow the signs for Beaconsfield (A40) through the Old Town to a large roundabout in the centre of the historic High Street. Here turn right heading to Beaconsfield New Town (B474). Take the third turning on the left into Grove Road and remain on this and just before as it becomes Burkes Crescent, the property can be found on the left hand side.

    Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas fired central heating.

    Fixtures and Fittings
    Only those mentioned in these sale particulars are included in the sale. All others, such as curtains, light fittings and garden ornaments, are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.

    NOTE: These particulars are intended only as a guide to prospective Tenants to enable them to decide whether to make further enquiries with a view to taking up negotiations but they are otherwise not intended to be relied upon in any way for any purpose whatsoever and accordingly neither their accuracy nor the continued availability of the property is in any way guaranteed and they are furnished on the express understanding that neither the Agents nor the Vendors are to be or become under any liability or claim in respect of their contents. Any prospective Tenant must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the particulars contained.


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