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Hedgerley Lane, Gerrards Cross, SL9

3 bedroom house in Gerrards Cross

£949,500 Freehold

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  • Characterful period home set over two floors  |  Three bedrooms  |  Two bathrooms  |  Two reception rooms  |  18ft kitchen breakfast room with separate study area  |  WC  |  Front and rear gardens  |  Detached summerhouse/cabin  |  Peacefully located

A character filled three bedroom period cottage with a fantastic home office/summerhouse, presented in excellent condition and located on a peaceful lane to the south of Gerrards Cross

This charming family home, seamlessly blends period features with modern touches. The property has been lovingly redecorated by the current owner and is full of character including beamed ceilings, brick fireplaces, wood and flagstone floors. Outside, are delightful and secluded gardens to the front and rear, along with off street parking and a detached summerhouse with heating, power and light.

ACCOMMODATION

The pretty front door with covered porch leads into a welcoming hallway with access to all rooms along with under stairs storage. To the left, the beautifully presented dining room benefits from wooden flooring, a feature fireplace and views to the front garden. The sitting room to the right of the hall, has been beautifully redecorated and features an open brick fireplace; perfect for warm, cosy evenings whatever the weather. The room is flooded with light thanks to its triple aspect and there is also direct access out onto the rear garden. To the rear of the property, the kitchen breakfast room has been beautifully fitted with a handmade range of wall and base units complemented by stone worktops and integrated appliances. The walk-in pantry offers additional practical storage alongside ample space for a table and chairs. To the rear, a study area provides access via a stable door to an inner courtyard. A practical utility and WC is located off the study area.
Stairs rise from the hallway to first floor level. The master bedroom is beautifully presented and benefits from built-in storage and a well-appointed en-suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms on this level, along with an upgraded family bathroom.

OUTSIDE

To the front of the property, a secluded driveway provides off-street parking for two cars. A summerhouse/cabin with heating and electricity is ideal for use as a studio or home office. A path through the beautifully maintained front garden leads to the front door. A second path provides side access to the private and secluded rear garden. The garden has been mainly laid to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and plants providing colour, interest and privacy. The garden also benefits from a feature pond and sheltered pergola perfect for al fresco entertaining.

LOCATION

This period cottage is set on a peaceful residential road to the south of Gerrards Cross. The town itself has comprehensive amenities including supermarkets, high street and boutique stores, bars and restaurants.

The charming conservation area of Hedgerley Village is also nearby with its village duck pond and popular country pub. There are a number of nearby golf courses and beautiful surrounding countryside providing many local walks.

A popular commuter town, Gerrards Cross is well served by road and rail links. The train station at 1.3 miles takes you into London in approximately 20 minutes. The M40 meanwhile is just over four miles away providing fast access to the M25, London and Oxford. The area is well regarded for its excellent grammar schooling and there are also a good number of state and independent schools nearby.

Inside Beaconsfield

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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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A character filled three bedroom period cottage with a fantastic home office/summerhouse, presented in excellent condition and located on a peaceful lane to the south of Gerrards Cross

This charming family home, seamlessly blends period features with modern touches. The property has been lovingly redecorated by the current owner and is full of character including beamed ceilings, brick fireplaces, wood and flagstone floors. Outside, are delightful and secluded gardens to the front and rear, along with off street parking and a detached summerhouse with heating, power and light.

ACCOMMODATION

The pretty front door with covered porch leads into a welcoming hallway with access to all rooms along with under stairs storage. To the left, the beautifully presented dining room benefits from wooden flooring, a feature fireplace and views to the front garden. The sitting room to the right of the hall, has been beautifully redecorated and features an open brick fireplace; perfect for warm, cosy evenings whatever the weather. The room is flooded with light thanks to its triple aspect and there is also direct access out onto the rear garden. To the rear of the property, the kitchen breakfast room has been beautifully fitted with a handmade range of wall and base units complemented by stone worktops and integrated appliances. The walk-in pantry offers additional practical storage alongside ample space for a table and chairs. To the rear, a study area provides access via a stable door to an inner courtyard. A practical utility and WC is located off the study area.
Stairs rise from the hallway to first floor level. The master bedroom is beautifully presented and benefits from built-in storage and a well-appointed en-suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms on this level, along with an upgraded family bathroom.

OUTSIDE

To the front of the property, a secluded driveway provides off-street parking for two cars. A summerhouse/cabin with heating and electricity is ideal for use as a studio or home office. A path through the beautifully maintained front garden leads to the front door. A second path provides side access to the private and secluded rear garden. The garden has been mainly laid to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and plants providing colour, interest and privacy. The garden also benefits from a feature pond and sheltered pergola perfect for al fresco entertaining.

LOCATION

This period cottage is set on a peaceful residential road to the south of Gerrards Cross. The town itself has comprehensive amenities including supermarkets, high street and boutique stores, bars and restaurants.

The charming conservation area of Hedgerley Village is also nearby with its village duck pond and popular country pub. There are a number of nearby golf courses and beautiful surrounding countryside providing many local walks.

A popular commuter town, Gerrards Cross is well served by road and rail links. The train station at 1.3 miles takes you into London in approximately 20 minutes. The M40 meanwhile is just over four miles away providing fast access to the M25, London and Oxford. The area is well regarded for its excellent grammar schooling and there are also a good number of state and independent schools nearby.

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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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