Located on a prime residential road in Beaconsfield and conveniently positioned for all the amenities the new town has to offer. A characterful 4-bedroom residence set within a generous plot approaching one third of an acre. The property has huge potential to extend or redevelop subject to the usual planning permissions.
The accommodation is accessed via a bright porch leading though to the main entrance hallway. Here double doors open through to the principle reception rooms. The spacious sitting room has dual aspect and benefits from an attractive bay window in addition to a feature fireplace; sliding patio doors lead out onto the terrace and garden beyond. The formal dining room has a front aspect also providing access to the study. The kitchen/breakfast room is centrally located at the rear of the house with views over the garden. A range of floor- and wall-mounted units provides ample storage, whilst there is space for a breakfast table in the centre. Adjacent to the kitchen there are two separate utility rooms, one with a sink, the other with plumbing for a washing machine and vent for a tumble drier, off a short passageway giving access to the garden. A downstairs cloakroom completes the ground floor.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom totals almost 200sq.ft whilst bedroom 2 benefits from an en-suite shower room.
Sandelswood End is a popular residential road within walking distance of Beaconsfield Town with a host of restaurants, bars, and boutique shops. The train station with fast trains to London Marylebone, taking around 25 minutes is ideal for commuters. Nearby M40 and M25 give excellent road links to London and Heathrow Airport. Beaconsfield offers excellent education options, with highly regarded private and state schools include Davenies School for boys, High March School for girls, Beaconsfield High School, Royal Grammar School and John Hampden.
Well set back from Sandelswood End, the property has a large sweeping gravel driveway with ample room for parking for several vehicles supplemented by a double garage. Mature hedges and borders give privacy and an attractive kerbside appeal. The rear garden is laid to lawn surrounded by attractive borders and with two ponds, beds and trees, with a number of secluded areas to relax and take shade. There are two glass greenhouses and two wooden sheds for tools and equipment and an outside tap.