*View now or at Strutt & Parker’s National Open House Day on Sat 13th May, from 11am - 3pm* West wing of a substantial Victorian home, sympathetically converted and retaining many character features, within approx 3/4 of an acre & tennis court
A feature panelled reception hallway with grand sweeping staircase Two reception room include a fabulous drawing room and a dining room Four first floor bedrooms (master with en suite shower room) Glorious south facing gardens Tennis court Space for a detached garage Private driveway serving the three properties The property
This cleverly planned and tastefully converted home forms part of a development of three properties converted from a substantial Victorian home in 1992, since when it has been the much loved family home of the current owners. Being the most substantial of the three, this property retains the original feature arched front door. A welcoming entrance becomes an elegant reception hall with panelled walls with a grand sweeping staircase.
On the ground floor are two excellent reception rooms, including a fabulous high ceilinged drawing room with feature fireplace and French doors leading out onto glorious gardens. Beyond the drawing room is a double aspect dining room. The kitchen is well fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units and complementary work surfaces. Integrated domestic appliances include a four ring gas hob and an eye level double oven. There is an attractive beamed ceiling and a door leading out onto the gardens.
On the first floor there are four good bedrooms, including a master with en suite bathroom. This comprises a corner bath, a large shower enclosure, low level WC and wash basin. There is also a family bathroom.
Outside The property is approached over a private driveway serving three homes culminating in a shingled parking area. There is a space for the erection of a detached garage, subject to planning consent.
The gardens at the rear are a delightful feature of this home, extending to approximately ¾ of an acre, laid mainly to lawn with well stocked and flourishing flower beds and borders. There is also a tennis court.
Location Fulmer is often described as ?the prettiest village in South Bucks?. It has won the Buckinghamshire Best Kept Village competition many times, including the 2014 title. Nestling deep in the beautiful valley of the River Alderbourne, it is also one of the first truly separate villages outside the suburban sprawl of Greater London, with excellent road links into the capital and onto the national motorway network as well as fast access to a choice of rail and underground stations.
General Local Authority: South Bucks District Council, Capswood, Oxford Road, Denham, UB9 4LH Telephone: 01895 837200.