VIDEO VIEWINGS NOW AVAILABLE - CALL FOR FURTHER DETAILS. Set at the end of a peaceful private road off Howe Drive within a 0.7mile walk to Beaconsfield train station, this elegant five bedroom home offers spacious and flexible accommodation for a family to live and grow.
Set at the end of a peaceful private road off Howe Drive within a 0.7mile walk to Beaconsfield train station, this elegant five bedroom home offers spacious and flexible accommodation for a family to live and grow.
Built by renowned developer Nicholas King Homes 11 years ago, this family home is one of only three set on a private driveway along Howe Drive in Beaconsfield New Town. Delightfully private, versatile and thoughtfully designed to accommodate well balanced living, this substantial home caters for a family at every stage. Careful thought has been applied to how the house and garden can work together, with rooms enjoying plenty of natural light and the principal reception rooms all providing direct access outside.
Inside, the property comprises three reception rooms, five bedrooms and three bathrooms over 2 floors. To the rear and side, a lawned garden is bordered by mature hedging and trees ensuring a high level of privacy.
The property is entered via a covered porch into a spacious hallway with coat and boot storage and off which all rooms on ground floor are located. To the left, a door leads through to the snug with double doors out to the garden. Adjacent are the cloakroom and utility room housing additional storage along with space for a washing machine/tumble dryer. From the utility room there is direct access to both the front and rear of the property; ideal for those with dogs or muddy boots.
The stunning triple aspect kitchen, family and dining room fulfils its brief as the hub of the house with well-defined zones for cooking, entertaining and relaxing. Its contemporary units are complemented by a granite work surface with breakfast bar seating. Integrated appliances include a double oven, coffee machine, fridge freezer and dishwasher. At 42 ft, there is ample space for a dining table and to the rear, the current owners have seamlessly extended to create a stylish family area with LED coloured mood/disco lighting for evenings and beautiful roof lantern above, flooding the room with light during the day.
Alongside the kitchen, the well-proportioned sitting room benefits from a gas fireplace for warm, cosy evenings whatever the weather and French doors for direct access out onto the garden.
On first floor level, there are a total of five bedrooms and three bathrooms. The master suite overlooks the rear garden with doors to Juliette balcony. Two sets of built-in cupboards provide ample storage alongside a door leading to the en-suite bathroom with both bath and walk in shower, wash hand basin and WC. There are four further bedrooms on this level, one of which also benefits from an en-suite shower room. The family bathroom with bath, wash hand basin and WC completes the accommodation.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
To the front of the property, a block paved driveway provides parking alongside a double garage. To the left, a pathway leads via a gate through to the side and rear garden which has been mainly laid to lawn with tall trees and hedging adding a high level of privacy from neighbouring properties. A patio terrace to the rear of the house provides the perfect al fresco entertaining space.
Howe Drive is a popular residential road off Sandelswood End in Beaconsfield New Town with its comprehensive range of shops, restaurants and public amenities.
The area is well served by road and rail links with Beaconsfield train station at approximately 0.7 miles (walking distance) taking you into London in a journey time from 22 minutes. The M40 Junction 2 is approximately 2.5 miles away providing fast access to the M25, London and Oxford.
The property is in the catchment area for the ever-popular state school, St Marys and All Saints. Beaconsfield is also well served with Independent schools including Davenies School (Boys) on Station Road and High March School (Girls) on Ledborough Lane close by. The selective grammar school system, with schools both in Beaconsfield and nearby High Wycombe, is also highly regarded.