Charming Edwardian home, full of character and ideally located overlooking the Common.
Dating back to the early 1900s this characterful semi-detached home occupies a fabulous location overlooking Gold Hill Common, yet only a stroll from the village centre and within a mile and a half of Gerrards Cross station. This lovely Edwardian property enjoys period features including high ceilings, hardwood flooring, picture rails and decorative fireplaces.
The accommodation is full of character with many of the rooms enjoying a dual aspect, framing the lovely views. The sitting room to the front overlooks the Common, while a handsome fireplace with a working fire sits centrally creating a cosy living space. The elegant formal dining room with its decorative alabaster fireplace is the perfect setting for entertaining guests. The kitchen/breakfast room forms the heart of the home and overlooks the garden to the rear. The kitchen is equipped with a range of units complemented by granite worktops, with an island unit providing further storage and breakfast bar seating. In addition is a charming old brick oven, perfect for housing the wood burner while a stable door leads out to the garden.
On the first floor the principal bedroom is generously proportioned with views across the Common. There are two further double bedrooms and a family wet room with a bath. In addition is a versatile loft space, perfect for use as a home office or games room.
The rear garden is arranged over several levels, with areas of lawn and steps leading to a terrace enjoying fabulous far reaching views and perfect for outside entertaining or enjoying a quiet read. A further patio adjoins the house to the rear alongside a brick storage shed. The property has the benefit of driveway, located to the rear of the house, with parking for four cars and a double garage.
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I particularly love the setting, overlooking the Common yet only minutes from the High Street.Ben DommettProperty agent