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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Hazlemere Road, Penn, HP10

Guide Price £1,200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4,800 sqft accommodation
  • Spiral wine cellar
  • Partially renovated
  • Enclosed walled garden
  • Separate annexe
  • Set behind electric gates

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A unique opportunity to acquire a significant village house offering extensive accommodation of 4,809 sq ft over three floors having been partially renovated to a high standard.

A unique opportunity to acquire a significant village house offering extensive accommodation of 4,809 sq ft over three floors having been partially renovated to a high standard.

Ground floor: Reception hall, kitchen/dining room, family room, utility room, cloakroom, four reception rooms (to be finished), wine cellar, basement.
First floor: Large landing area, master bedroom with en suite bathroom, guest bedroom with en suite shower room, two further bedroom suites (to be finished), large sitting area.
Second floor: Roof room/bedroom with plumbing for en suite bathroom.
Annexe: Annexe with hall, sitting room/bedroom, kitchen, shower room.
Outside: Automated gates leading to shingle driveway and parking, enclosed walled garden with lawn, large patio and sunken hot tub.
Penn is one of the most picturesque and sought after villages in the area. The town of Beaconsfield is within three miles and affords a selection of amenities, a delightful Old Town and a frequent Chiltern Railways main line service to London Marylebone (from about 22 minutes). The town's excellent communication links enable access to the M40 motorway which connects with the M25, M4 and M1 providing access to central London (30 miles away) and Heathrow (20 miles away) and Gatwick airports. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its choice and standard of schooling. The county is one of the last to maintain the traditional grammar school system of which Beaconsfield High School for girls and the Royal Grammar School for boys in High Wycombe are the closest. For younger children the property benefits from being in the Tylers Green First School catchment area. Local independent preparatory schools include Caldicott (Farnham Common), The Beacon (Amersham) and Davenies in Beaconsfield for boys, High March in Beaconsfield and Maltman's Green in Gerrards Cross for girls and Heatherton House in Amersham for boys and girls.
Originally built in 1885, this detached period property has been extended with an impressive improvement programme having been partially finished, providing an opportunity to complete the project to create a five bedroom family home with detached annexe, south facing garden and ample parking.

3 Hazlemere Road is approached through a part glazed oak front door into a large reception hall with central oak staircase rising to the first floor and a feature sunken wine cellar extending to 2.5 metres in depth (approximately 1500 bottles) with toughened safety glass automated door, spiral staircase and LED lighting. The family room is adjacent to the hall, and also has access from the kitchen. This area is used for relaxing and is fitted with audio cabinet wired for an entertainment system and mood lighting. From here there is a laundry room, which is wired and plumbed, with wall mounted gas fired boiler and water softener (this room requires finishing), and a cloakroom with a modern white suite. The kitchen/breakfast room is undoubtedly one of the main features of the property, with bi-fold doors overlooking the south facing rear garden. Fitted with an impressive range of contemporary high gloss units with silestone work surfaces incorporating breakfast bar. Integrated appliances include dishwasher, wine cooler, double oven, and gas hob with extractor, an area for table and chairs, and/or sofas. These rooms benefit from under floor heating (wet system), with grey Italian porcelain tiles. The formal sitting room overlooks the south facing rear garden, has original oak flooring, open fireplace with shelving and cupboards. From the reception hall, there will also be access to the original part of the house, currently boarded up as it is work in progress.

On the first floor the oak and glazed staircase opens up onto a generous landing overlooking the rear garden. The master bedroom is a spacious room enjoying a southerly aspect, with built-in wardrobes and ample space to create further storage facilities. The en suite bathroom is a good size, fitted with a contemporary suite including separate bath and shower, tiled throughout with a starlight feature in the ceiling. Bedroom two is also a generous double room with en suite shower room. From the landing there is access to the first floor of the original house, currently boarded up as it is work in progress. The house is wired for a sound system, with ceiling speakers being in the principle rooms.

The original part of the house does require completion and will comprise two downstairs rooms, which could be split to create three, a large first floor landing, two bedrooms, one with dressing room and en suite shower room, and a separate bathroom. Stairs lead from the landing to a top floor bedroom and bathroom. There is also a cellar with light, power and cloakroom. This part of the building has its own heating system.
In addition to the main house, there is a separate detached brick built annexe comprising a bed/sitting room kitchen and shower room. The property has an independent heating system with under floor heating.
The property is approached off Hazlemere Road into The Larchlands, where there is additional parking to the side of the house. Automated wrought iron gates lead onto a shingle driveway providing ample parking and giving access to both the annexe and house. The rear garden is enclosed by a high brick wall and panelled fencing with laurel hedging to the boundaries. The garden enjoys a large area of lawn, a large patio area with sunken heated hot tub with sound system and lighting.

Energy Efficiency Rating – D. Please contact us for a full copy of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).

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Added on Rightmove:
10 October 2016

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