Fine three bedroom apartment in this Grade II listed Lutyens style mansion.
Nashdom Abbey is a magnificent restored Grade II* listed country house standing in 17 acres of communal gardens and woodland. The apartment is located in the more recently built East Wing. This fine apartment benefits from attractive large sash windows and a semi-circular balcony to take full advantage of views over the lovely, well-tended grounds of the mansion.
The apartment is well placed to access excellent road and rail networks with the M4 and M40 motorways providing access to the M25, M3 and Heathrow. The recently opened Elizabeth Line operates from Taplow Station, just over two miles away, offering fast rail services to Paddington and central London as well as a one change service to Heathrow airport.
The reception hall leads through to the elegant sitting room, featuring a decorative fireplace and a gas fire, built-in cabinetry and French doors opening on to the balcony. The kitchen is fitted in a range of units with worktops and appliances including an oven, hob and extractor fan, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and a dryer. The principal bedroom is generous, overlooking the communal grounds and benefitting from a dressing room with built-in wardrobes and an en suite bath/shower room. The two remaining bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and are served by the family bath/shower room.
A garage as well as an additional allocated parking space form part of the property. Benefits of the apartment include 17 acres of grounds and woodland and use of a communal hard tennis court, heated outdoor swimming pool, barbeque area and pavilion with gymnasium. Residents may also make use of a mezzanine lounge area in the west wing near the main entrance. Nashdom Abbey has a full time Estate Manager on site
In 1898, the Russian Prince Alexis Dolgorouki married Frances Wilson, heiress of Fleetwood and commissioned Sir Edwin Lutyens to build Nashdom (Russian for our home'). In 1929 the ownership passed to a Benedictine Order who lived in and cared for Nashdom as an abbey for half a century until they left to merge with a larger monastery near Newbury. The mansion was converted in 1997 to luxury apartments.
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Fabulous lateral apartment in this historic building.Daniel SpratleyProperty agent