Shardeloes, Missenden Road, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 0RL | Property for sale | Savills
124.40 sq m
Guide price £845,000(€942,525)

ShardeloesMissenden Road, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 0RL

    Key features

    • Elegant first floor apartment
    • Panoramic views over parkland grounds
    • Large living room
    • Third bedroom or study option
    • Two garages

    An elegant Grade II listed three bedroom first floor apartment in a wing to the magnificent historic mansion house with wonderful panoramic views over the parkland grounds and lake.

    About this property

    • Shardeloes is an impressive Grade I listed mansion, once the ancestral home of the Tyrwhitt Drake family, the Lord of the Manor, which has been sympathetically converted into twenty four luxury apartments with each offering their own individual charm and elegance.

      No.10 is located in a prominent position on the first floor within the Grade II listed ‘wing' and has arguably one of the best far reaching panoramic views from the living room, kitchen and main bedroom over the parkland grounds, Shardeloes Lake and glorious Chiltern Countryside beyond.

      The main entrance door provides access to three apartments with a staircase to the first floor and the front door to No.10 opening on to the dining hall and cloakroom. As mentioned the living room has spectacular views and a door connecting to the kitchen. A particular feature of the layout is the separation of the living areas from the three bedrooms which are all accessed from an inner hall, together with the well appointed contemporary shower room. The third bedroom is currently used as a study fitted with a desk, cupboards and shelving.

      There is the added bonus of two garages located in a block within the grounds with additional residents and visitors parking.

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    A wonderful character apartment with arguably the best far reaching views over the parkland grounds and lake.

    Nick PounceProperty agent

    Local information

    • Shardeloes, prominently positioned within its parkland grounds of about 50 acres and surrounded by glorious countryside is approached via an impressive long private driveway off a roundabout on the A413.
    • A further turning off the same roundabout leads into Amersham Old Town with its historic High Street of period buildings, cottages, boutique shops, restaurants and coaching inns.
    • Amersham on the Hill, about two miles away, provides comprehensive shopping facilities and amenities together with the Metropolitan/Chiltern Line station offering a regular London commuter service to Baker Street/Marylebone respectively.

    Additional information

    • Council Tax Band = G
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure = Share of Freehold