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Coombe Lane, Hughenden Valley, HP14

4 bedroom house in Hughenden Valley

Guide price £1,850,000

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  • Superbly renovated & extended family home with green credentials  |  Impressive vaulted three bay Oak extension with dual aspect and Atrium roof  |  4/5 Receptions | 4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms  |  Integral garage | Gym  |  Exceptionally private lawned grounds approaching 1 acre  |  Exceptional specification  |  Off grid features including solar panels, 6,000 ltr rainwater harvester, SIPS insulation panelling along with further future proofing systems  |  EPC: C

An immaculately presented Arts and Crafts home with impressive Oak framed 3 bay extension set behind secure gates within gardens approaching 1 acre.

Showcasing a unique blend of traditional and contemporary features, this beautifully extended home set in extensive lawned gardens offers the very best in modern family living. Defining features are its generous proportions providing light and space throughout along with a high specification and ecologically friendly credentials.
Inside, the current owners, in partnership with their architect, have worked without compromise to unify this pretty Arts and Crafts home with an impactful three bay Oak framed extension to create an immaculately presented interior which flows beneath a double height, vaulted ceiling with atrium and exposed Oak frame. Additional features include a stylish kitchen with large central island, four reception areas, a gym, a fantastic study, four bedrooms and three bathrooms all of which combine to provide exceptionally well-balanced living and bedroom accommodation. Careful thought has been applied as to how the house and garden can best work together, with many rooms enjoying plenty of natural light and the principal reception rooms providing easy access to the garden.

The grounds of approximately one acre have been mainly laid to lawn with careful tree planting along with laurel and beech hedging providing privacy and to the front, secure gated driveway parking for numerous cars along with integral garage.

GARDENS AND GROUNDS

The Grove is nestled in a plot of approximately one acre and for ease has been largely laid to lawn along with a number of ornamental and fruit trees providing additional privacy, colour, fruit and interest. The grounds are bordered by mature Beech and Laurel hedging also giving exceptional privacy. To the front, a light illuminated, gated driveway provides parking for numerous cars. Two terraces, to the side and rear, provide excellent al fresco entertaining areas. To the rear, alongside lawned gardens, is a large vegetable plot and Western Red Cedar greenhouse with rainwater harvester supply, irrigation system, lighting and power.

LOCATION

Privately located on Coombe Lane, the property offers stunning far reaching views yet is only 2.6 miles from the commercial centre of High Wycombe with its excellent shopping facilities, easy access to the M40 and main line railway service into London Marylebone. Hughenden Valley is a picturesque village offering amenities of a combined infant/middle school, local store and doctor’s surgery. For families there are a number of highly regarded grammar schools including the nearby Royal Grammar School, John Hampden and Wycombe High School. There are also a good number of private schools including Wycombe Abbey, Pipers Corner and Godstowe.

Inside Beaconsfield

from a local eye view

In the area

With beautiful villages and countryside on the doorstep, renowned local schools and the bustling capital just a short train ride away, the picturesque market town of Beaconsfield truly offers something for everyone. Once famed for providing rest to coaches travelling between London and Oxford, it’s now better known for offering those escaping the city wanting a better quality of life and to us, there’s no place better to choose.

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Gallery

An immaculately presented Arts and Crafts home with impressive Oak framed 3 bay extension set behind secure gates within gardens approaching 1 acre.

Showcasing a unique blend of traditional and contemporary features, this beautifully extended home set in extensive lawned gardens offers the very best in modern family living. Defining features are its generous proportions providing light and space throughout along with a high specification and ecologically friendly credentials.
Inside, the current owners, in partnership with their architect, have worked without compromise to unify this pretty Arts and Crafts home with an impactful three bay Oak framed extension to create an immaculately presented interior which flows beneath a double height, vaulted ceiling with atrium and exposed Oak frame. Additional features include a stylish kitchen with large central island, four reception areas, a gym, a fantastic study, four bedrooms and three bathrooms all of which combine to provide exceptionally well-balanced living and bedroom accommodation. Careful thought has been applied as to how the house and garden can best work together, with many rooms enjoying plenty of natural light and the principal reception rooms providing easy access to the garden.

The grounds of approximately one acre have been mainly laid to lawn with careful tree planting along with laurel and beech hedging providing privacy and to the front, secure gated driveway parking for numerous cars along with integral garage.

GARDENS AND GROUNDS

The Grove is nestled in a plot of approximately one acre and for ease has been largely laid to lawn along with a number of ornamental and fruit trees providing additional privacy, colour, fruit and interest. The grounds are bordered by mature Beech and Laurel hedging also giving exceptional privacy. To the front, a light illuminated, gated driveway provides parking for numerous cars. Two terraces, to the side and rear, provide excellent al fresco entertaining areas. To the rear, alongside lawned gardens, is a large vegetable plot and Western Red Cedar greenhouse with rainwater harvester supply, irrigation system, lighting and power.

LOCATION

Privately located on Coombe Lane, the property offers stunning far reaching views yet is only 2.6 miles from the commercial centre of High Wycombe with its excellent shopping facilities, easy access to the M40 and main line railway service into London Marylebone. Hughenden Valley is a picturesque village offering amenities of a combined infant/middle school, local store and doctor’s surgery. For families there are a number of highly regarded grammar schools including the nearby Royal Grammar School, John Hampden and Wycombe High School. There are also a good number of private schools including Wycombe Abbey, Pipers Corner and Godstowe.

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With beautiful villages and countryside on the doorstep, renowned local schools and the bustling capital just a short train ride away, the picturesque market town of Beaconsfield truly offers something for everyone. Once famed for providing rest to coaches travelling between London and Oxford, it’s now better known for offering those escaping the city wanting a better quality of life and to us, there’s no place better to choose.

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