Beautifully presented period cottage with a garden and parking in the heart of Beaconsfield Old Town.
This beautiful period terraced house is located in an enviable position in sought after Lakes Lane and only minutes from the local amenities of Old Beaconsfield. The current owners have extended and updated the property and the accommodation now offers the perfect blend of period character with a contemporary finish.
The front door opens into the elegant sitting room, featuring bespoke wall panelling and a lovely old working brick fireplace, while the parquet flooring features beautiful inlay brass pieces. To the rear of the house is the stunning kitchen/dining room with understairs storage and a guest cloakroom. A fireplace provides an ideal spot for a wine store. The kitchen itself is fully bespoke with handmade, solid wood painted units, complemented by stone worktops and incorporating a built-in pantry, fridge freezer and a dishwasher. A glass atrium floods the room with natural light and doors open on to the attractive landscaped patio garden.
On the first floor the bedroom to the front enjoys built-in wardrobes while a further bedroom to the rear overlooks the garden. Both rooms are served by a beautifully appointed family bath/shower room, featuring a bespoke barn door and with cleverly designed built-in storage. The principal bedroom, located on the top floor, benefits from built-in storage and a floating mullion window. The en suite is well appointed with a large shower and a bespoke Oxford Blue stone sink.
The patio garden has been beautifully designed. The terrace area is perfect for relaxation or entertaining family and friends. The garden is enclosed with fencing, with raised, well stocked flower borders. At the far end a garden office provides storage and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. The attached garage gives further storage and a driveway allows for off street parking.
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Such a beautiful home, full of character and period features in the Old Town.Ben DommettProperty agent