Hedsor Road, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8 5DP | New homes for sale | Savills
3,802 to 4,518 sq ft(353.22 to 419.74 sq m)
Guide price £2,200,000 -​ £2,700,000

Hedsor RoadBourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8 5DP

  • New development

Key features

  • Aimed to be ready Autumn 2023*
  • Three brand new homes overlooking the River Wye
  • Feature bay windows and fireplaces
  • Open plan kitchen dining family room, and utility room to all houses
  • Plot 1 with 5 bedrooms plus bonus room, 4 bathrooms, and lounge
  • Plot 2 with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, lounge & study
  • Plot 3 with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, lounge & study
  • Storage room on second floor to all houses
  • Elevated rear terraces | Gardens backing on to River Wye

*COMING SOON* An inspired collection of three eco friendly and highly specified homes, complemented by light filled spacious interiors overlooking the River Wye surrounded by natural beauty

About this property

  • The Old Nursery is the site of a former kitchen garden serving Mill Stream House on the fringe of Bourne End village and
    also close to Cookham village. The site, which sits within the Riversdale and Hedsor Road Conservation area, fronts the River Wye to the eastern boundary and is sheltered from the road by a high wall.

    This collection of three large family homes have been meticulously designed to reflect the classic architecture of the mid-late Victorian era whilst offering contemporary living at its finest with beautifully proportioned light filled rooms and river
    view terraces. Eco credentials have been carefully built-in to include under-floor heating powered by air source heat pumps, solar PV panels, battery storage and mechanical heat recovery ventilation.

    *Aimed to be ready Autumn 2023

Local information

  • The Old Nursery is located mid-way between Bourne End and Cookham villages, both about 15 minutes walk. The railway station is a 10 minute walk. Bourne End is a vibrant Thameside village.
  • Bourne End sits on the edge of the Chilterns, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which boasts hundreds of square miles of scenic landscape famed for hiking / walking and wildlife with many beechwoods to be found carpeted with bluebells in spring.
  • The County of Buckinghamshire offers two types of mainstream secondary schools; grammar schools and upper/all-ability schools. Buckinghamshire is one of the few Counties in England still supporting grammar schools and they remain extremely popular, largely thanks to their academic success.
  • Grammar schools admit children based on their performance in the Secondary Transfer Test whilst upper/all-ability schools admit any child, regardless of ability. Local schools include Sir William Borlase's Grammar School, Marlow, John Hampden Grammar School for boys and Royal Grammar School for boys both High Wycombe, Wycombe Abbey for girls and Wycombe High School both High Wycombe.
  • The picturesque marina and the renowned Upper Thames Sailing Club (a thriving family sailing club) are at the heart of the village. A week-long regatta in June is a key date in the calendar. The river Wye flows for about 10 miles from West Wycombe through Loudwater and Wooburn Green to its confluence with the river Thames at Bourne End, 130 metres downstream from the site of The Old Nursery.
  • Only 25 miles west of London, Bourne End is a prime location with excellent links by road, rail and air via London Heathrow.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: B
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: TBC