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5 bedroom detached house for sale

The Farmhouse, White Waltham, SL6

Guide Price £3,250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Beautifully restored Edwardian farmhouse
  • South and West facing gardens
  • Double garage and games room
  • Swimming pool and pool house
  • Gardens and grounds, about 1.6 acres
  • EPC Rating D

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Farmhouse is a fine Edwardian family home set in lovely gardens, with excellent commuting links yet in a rural location. The property has been beautifully restored and is full of period features including high ceilings, tall skirting boards, panelling, picture rails and large, sash windows giving a light and airy feel to the whole property. The charming gardens have been professionally landscaped and feature a kitchen garden, summer house, swimming pool and pool house. EPC D.
The Farmhouse lies in a rural location between the villages of Waltham St Lawrence and White Waltham, both of which have pubs and churches. Communications are excellent with junction 8/9 of the M4 just 3 miles distant, which links to the M40 and wider motorway network. Heathrow Airport is 17 miles away. Maidenhead has a fast service to London, Paddington (from 22 minutes) with Crossrail allowing direct access to the City, Canary Wharf, the West End and Heathrow from 2018. There is an excellent and varied selection of schooling in the area including local prep schools including Ludgrove, Lambrook and Dolphin, and access to schools at Windsor, Reading and Eton. There are miles of walking and riding straight from The Farmhouse with access to footpaths across the neighbouring Shottesbrooke Estate.
From the front door, a porch leads to the magnificent reception hall. This has a wonderfully high ceiling, full length windows over the stairs, an original limestone chequerboard floor and doors to all principal rooms. There is a family room with open fireplace and window seat overlooking the garden; a study/library with book shelves, shutters and a window seat; and the drawing room. This is a well-proportioned room with windows to three sides, an open fire, panelling, and French windows opening to the terrace and garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is a spacious 30’ long and has a sitting area with library shelves and woodburning stove. There is a large central island and an excellent range of floor and wall cabinets. Built-in appliances include a 6-oven cream AGA, microwave and wine fridge. There are windows to three sides with wonderful views over the garden. A lantern light over the dining area brings in a huge amount of light and three sets of double doors lead to the terrace and garden. A spacious utility/boot room has plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer with a back door to the garden and there is a cloakroom.
A carved timber staircase rises to the first floor and to four double bedrooms. The master suite is double aspect and has a walk-in closet and a luxurious en-suite bathroom. There are three further double bedrooms, one with en-suite bath and a family bathroom. Up a separate staircase is the guest suite of 5th bedroom with sitting area and en-suite bathroom.

The gardens of The Farmhouse are a delight and have been professionally landscaped. Electric wooden gates open into the spacious gravelled parking area and round to the double garages. A paved courtyard of York stone leads to the front of the house with flower beds filled with lavender and perennial flowers and edged with box hedges. A gate leads to the rear garden and the South-facing paved terrace. Tumbling Wisteria and scented roses climb the walls against the mellow brick of The Farmhouse. The terrace leads to the swimming pool, with safety cover, and to the pool house with two changing rooms. A mature Chestnut tree provides shade from the summer sun. The gated kitchen garden has a protective beech hedge, greenhouse and four productive raised beds. A summer house retreat lies to one side and there is a charming pond with running stream, all fenced. A gate leads to the adjoining countryside and there is an orchard, a sunken trampoline and bike shed. A further back 5-bar gate gives access to the lane, useful for tractors or a horse box. The whole amounts to 1.624 acres.
Local Authority
Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead,

Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage.

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Added on Rightmove:
28 September 2016

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