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4 bedroom mews house for sale

Water Stratford, Buckinghamshire

Offers Over £700,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A superb mews house in sought after location
  • Breakfast/Kitchen, Utility & Cloakroom
  • A Formal Dining Room & Home Office
  • Spacious Sitting Room, Smart Conservatory
  • 4 Double Bedrooms & Dressing Room to Master
  • 3 Bathrooms (2 en-suite)
  • Double Garage & Driveway
  • Underfloor Heating, Alarm & CCTV
  • Immaculate Large Gardens With Open Views
  • Quintessential Buckinghamshire Village

Full description

A stunning mews residence in a sought after location which has been well cared for by the current owners. There is a welcoming entrance hall, cloakroom/WC, breakfast/kitchen, utility room, formal dining room, good sized sitting room, study, four first floor double bedrooms, the master having an en-suite shower room. The guest bedroom also has a dressing room and en-suite in addition to the principal family bathroom. The property also benefits from having a double garage, driveway and a lovely rear garden. An excellent home which must be viewed to be appreciated.

Vendors Comments - This delightful house is set in the peaceful and tranquil conservation village of Water Stratford, beautifully located amidst the pretty Buckinghamshire countryside. Being conveniently located to several urban towns, it is an excellent hub from which to journey to all parts of the land. The nearest town is Buckingham, with the village being, more or less, equidistant between Milton Keynes and Banbury. Road links are outstanding as is access to rail links to both Euston and Marylebone offering efficient journeys into the capital. Access to a wide range of schools is most convenient, with Stowe Public School being just a short distance away. In addition, the village has a strong sense of community and several sociable events take place to suit a variety of tastes, one being the Jubilee celebrations when a large table was arranged through the centre of the village; a very successful event.

On our house hunting quest in 1998, we were thrilled to discover this small, exclusive, development of interesting, individual, properties nearing completion. In addition, we were able to add our own touches and we also commissioned our own project manager who ensured that everything was completed to our exacting requirements. Built mainly of natural stone, with touches of brick, the house does have the appearance of a traditional cottage. However, once inside, the sense of space, teamed with its perfect design has given us a well proportioned family home which is interesting, elegant and charming. It is a wonderful sociable and friendly home, one which lends itself to easy entertaining, whether the occasion is relaxed or more formal.

Continued - Each room is very special to us but our kitchen/breakfast room is bright and sunny with lovely views out into the garden. We have access straight onto our patio from here, which is particularly lovely on sunny days with our door wide open, but especially convenient when we are dining outside with friends and family. Our garden is a constant source of delight for us. It is mainly laid to lawn and we do have a kitchen garden, but its aspect out into the wider countryside beyond is quite magical and we never tire of savouring its wonderful outlook, watching the seasons unfold, or surveying the animals grazing in the meadow.

Whatever the occasion, entertaining here is forever a pleasure. Our more formal dining room opens through into our west facing conservatory, which is perfect when we have guests. It is now time for us to move, but our life here in this superb family home and location has been outstanding and we are confident its new owners will be as happy and content as we have been.

Introduction - A stunning mews residence forming part of an exclusive and select development of just four homes situated in the sought after location of Water Stratford.
The property which has been lovingly cared for by the current owners comprises a welcoming entrance hall which has stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to a ground floor cloakroom/WC and a useful study which is ideal for those who like to work from home with a window to side.

The property also benefits from having an alarm system, remote access to CCTV system which is controlled by an Application. The central heating to the property can also be controlled via an App or web browser for convenience, whilst the outside lights to the front are on a programmable timer. A beautiful home which must be viewed to be fully appreciated.

Entrance Hall -

Cloakroom -

Sitting Room - 6.06 x 4.17 (19'10" x 13'8") - The sitting room is a lovely spacious room with a wood burning stove to add some heat on those cool winter evenings whilst windows to the front and rear add a good degree of natural light during the warmer seasons.

Dining Room - 3.98 x 3.14 (13'0" x 10'3") - For the more formal occasions, the dining room is the ideal setting for a dinner party with French doors leading to a superb conservatory which has its roof lined with Polycol to reduce and heat and glare, is the perfect setting to retire to afterwards.

Conservatory - 3.54 x 3.44 (11'7" x 11'3") -

Study - 2.95 x 2.56 (9'8" x 8'4") -

Breakfast/Kitchen - 4.6 x 3.98 (15'1" x 13'0") - The breakfast/kitchen is beautifully presented and has underfloor heating with programmable timers, a range of appliances, space for a table and windows to the front and rear in addition to French doors providing a lovely view of the countryside to enjoy over breakfast.

Utility Room - The utility room has space for appliances and a door opening out to the side of the property.

First Floor Summary - To the first floor, the landing has a window to the side and provides access to four double bedrooms. The master has windows to the front and rear and an en-suite shower room with underfloor heating whilst the guest bedroom has a lovely dressing room with Velux window and an en-suite shower room, also with underfloor heating. The first floor is completed with a well presented family bathroom.

Bedroom 1 - 4.05 x 3.0 (13'3" x 9'10") -

Dressing Room - 3.0 x 1.96 (9'10" x 6'5") -

En-Suite Shower Room -

Bedroom 2 - 6.07 x 4.06 (19'10" x 13'3") -

En-Suite Shower Room -

Bedroom 3 - 3.95 x 3.29 (12'11" x 10'9") -

Bedroom 4 - 3.26 x 2.7 (10'8" x 8'10") -

Principal Bathroom -

Outside - An immaculate rear garden with attractive lawn and sun terrace, providing fabulous open views beyond the garden.

Double Garage & Parking - 5.83 x 4.97 (19'1" x 16'3") - There is a spacious garage with remote control electric doors and a driveway in front which provides off-road parking.

Local Authority - Aylesbury Vale District Council.
Tel (01296) 585858.
Council tax band 'F'.

Website - For more information visit

Viewing Arrangements - Strictly through the vendors sole agents please on (01295) 239666.

Opening Hours - Monday - Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am to 4.30pm

Directions - For Sat Nav purposes use MK18 5DX

Agents Notes - All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given and that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. For a free valuation, contact the numbers listed on the brochure.

Location - Water Stratford is a beautiful village located around three miles West of Buckingham and is conveniently located for the M40 which provides access to Birmingham, Oxford and London in addition to the train network providing an easy commute to Marylebone in around 45 minutes.

Buckingham and the surrounding area has been settled for some time with evidence of Roman settlement found in several sites close the River Great Ouse, including a temple south of the A421 at Bourton Grounds which was excavated in the 1960s and dated to the 3rd century AD. A possible Roman building was identified at Castle Fields in the 19th century. Pottery, kiln furniture and areas of burning found at Buckingham industrial estate suggest the site of some early Roman pottery kilns here.

The town suffered from a significant fire that raged through the town centre on 15 March 1725,[8] with the result that many of the main streets of the town were destroyed including Castle Street, Castle Hill and the north side of Market Hill. The result was 138 dwellings (out of a total of 387 in the town at that time) being consumed in the fire. The current fine range of Georgian architecture in these streets today is as a direct result of that fire, but the immediate aftermath was difficult for the town. Collections were made in surrounding towns such as Aylesbury and Wendover to help those made homeless and by 1730, only a third of the homes had been rebuilt. Due to many buildings being considered to be of historic interest, a number of them have been granted 'listed building' status. In the 19th century, it was connected to the London and North Western Railway.

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