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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Maplewood Gardens, Beaconsfield, HP9

Sold STC £1,650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Quality house by Berkeley Homes
  • Five double bedrooms/three bathrooms
  • Well fitted kitchen/breakfast room
  • Secluded landscaped gardens
  • Cul de sac setting
  • Convenient to New Town

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A spacious family house in a small cul de sac setting convenient to the New Town shops and station; built by Berkeley Homes with five bedrooms, three bathrooms and landscaped gardens over one quarter acre offering room to extend subject to obtaining the usual consents .

A very impressive and well cared for family home built about 20 years ago by well renowned builders, Berkeley Homes, offering well proportioned accommodation in the ever popular 'Golden Triangle' of Beaconsfield New Town convenient to local shops, schools and commuter station and offering room to extend subject to obtaining the usual consents.
SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION
Ground floor: reception hall, cloakroom, drawing room, dining room, study, family room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, further study.
First floor: spacious galleried landing, master bedroom with en suite bathroom, guest bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms, family bathroom.
Outside: landscaped gardens, detached double garage with brick paviour driveway, parking for various cars.
Oak panelled interior doors throughout.

LOCATION
Beaconsfield, being one of the most sought after towns within the south east of England, offers an excellent range of shopping facilities including Waitrose and Sainsburys supermarkets and Marks and Spencer Food Hall and an excellent selection of independent retail outlets. The New Town and station are both within a reasonable walk with Beaconsfield mainline station serving London Marylebone – fast train about 23 minutes. Beaconsfield Old Town has a variety of public houses and restaurants as well as a busy market on Tuesdays and importantly easy access to the M40 Junction 2 providing further access to the M25, London, Heathrow, Oxford and Birmingham. The area is renowned for its schooling both state and private – a full list of schools is available from the selling agents, The Frost Partnership, Beaconsfield.
THE PROPERTY
The front door opens into a spacious, light reception hall with oak stripped flooring, cloakroom and staircase to first floor and giving access to the principal reception rooms - the spacious, triple aspect drawing room is a perfect space for entertaining and features a fireplace and views across the gardens with casement double doors leading to the terrace. The study which overlooks the rear garden has a comprehensive range of fitted units including work station, cupboards, drawers and extensive book shelving. The dining room is of a good size and has views across the front garden. The family room, which has casement doors to the outside, has double doors opening in to the kitchen/breakfast room with further doors leading out on to the terrace and access in to a very useful second study with a range of fitted units and work station. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a range of medium oak fronted cupboards and drawers with granite work surfaces including a central console unit. Appliances include twin Neff oven/grill, four ring electric hob and a Bosch dishwasher. In the utility room are twin gas boilers and further cupboards, drawers and granite work surface.

Upstairs there is a spacious galleried landing leading to a master bedroom with wall ranges of built in wardrobe cupboards with drawers and shelving and an en suite bathroom. The guest suite has a wall range of fitted wardrobe cupboards and dresser unit and also an en suite bathroom. There are three further double bedrooms each with fitted wardrobes and a spacious family bathroom.
OUTSIDE
The house is approached via a brick pavioured driveway and flagstone pathway which leads to the front door. There are adjoining areas of lawn with well stocked flower and herbaceous borders being protected by hedgerow screening and a mature fir tree. There is side gate access to the rear gardens which provide a delightful setting.

Features include is a full width paved terrace with dwarf walling leading on to a large area of lawn with further well stocked flower and herbaceous borders. The whole is fully enclosed by fencing and has a high degree of screening provided by a combination of hedges and mature trees including laurel, oak, beech and silver birch. The aspect is west facing providing a delightful sun trap setting, the overall plot size amounting to in excess of 0.25 acre. Outside lighting. Cold water tap.
DOUBLE GARAGE
With electric up and over door, light and power, storage in loft area, separate side door access to the rear garden.
AGENTS NOTE
Energy Efficiency Rating – D. Please contact us for a full copy of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).


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Added on Rightmove:
27 August 2016

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