Savills | Hedsor Road, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8 5EE | Property for sale
3,026 sq ft(281.12 sq m)
Guide price £1,300,000

Hedsor RoadBourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8 5EE


    Key features

    • Lovely spacious family home
    • Great location with views
    • Superb layout with flexible spaces
    • Less than half a mile to the station
    • Lovely walks to the River Thames

    A well-proportioned family home with double garage and parking in a sought-after location. Lovely views to the front over the surrounding fields and yet close to the station and river Thames

    About this property

    • Family home with the same owners for over thirty years, this impressive detached family home occupies a charming setting on the outskirts of the village fronted by beautiful countryside with far-reaching views. Built in the 1960's, the home has been significantly extended and improved over the years to create a thoughtful layout that is well suited to the demands of family life and entertaining. Extending to over 3,000 sq ft in total, the accommodation is generously proportioned with a choice of formal and informal reception rooms. The home is well presented throughout with mostly neutral interiors offering excellent potential for further personalisation.

      The extensions to the original home have been cleverly designed, integrating the space well into the main accommodation but yet retaining a flexibility that would allow a separate two bedroom annexe to be created with its own living area, if needed.

      The accommodation comprises an entrance hall leading to the 28 ft sitting room which flows round to the dining room with double doors straight ahead leading to the conservatory. This is a lovely bright living space which enjoys a dual aspect and access to the garden. The modern kitchen offers ample storage and workspace with an adjoining utility room providing side access. There is also a family room, an office and a cloakroom on this floor. Upstairs, the principal bedroom features built-in wardrobes and an en suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms in this part of the house with a family bathroom accessed off the main landing. A separate staircase off the dining area leads to two further bedrooms, one of which has built-in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom. The second, smaller bedroom can also be used as a second study or dressing room.


      Outside
      The property is set back from the road behind established hedging and a pretty gate with a pathway leading to the immaculate front garden which is mostly laid to lawn with planted borders. A side gate provides access to the rear garden which includes a lawn, established plants and shrubs and a paved terrace, ideal for entertaining in the warmer months. The driveway and garage are accessed from the side of the property with off-street parking for several vehicles.

      Agents' Note:
      Your attention is drawn to the Local Plan for the area and the possible development of the adjacent Holland's Farm.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I love this location - a rural outlook yet very convenient too.

    Richard MabyProperty agent

    Local information

    • Barnside is positioned in a lovely setting on the edge of the centre of the village of Bourne End, situated ideally to take advantage of the village amenities and train station, yet with the benefit of views over the farmland to the front.
    • Nestled on the edge of the Chilterns, Bourne End is a thriving village situated on the banks of the river Thames, popular with London commuters, young families and retirees alike. The village amenities provide for everyday needs, with a station to London Paddington (via connection at Maidenhead).
    • The nearby towns of Beaconsfield, Marlow and Maidenhead offer wider shopping and facilities, with an eclectic mix of independent and national retailers. Just outside the village, the area opens onto glorious Green Belt rolling countryside and a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Outdoor pursuits are numerous, such as sailing, rowing, golf, football, cricket and rugby.
    • Schooling around the area is renowned with a number of state grammar schools in catchment and private options.
    • For commuters, Bourne End station provides a superb link to Maidenhead, with London Paddington accessible in as little as 40 minutes. Maidenhead (11 mins from Bourne End station) will soon benefit from the new Crossrail services, providing a fast link to The City and Canary Wharf. The M40 London-bound is accessed at Junction 3, being just 4 miles away; the M4 is about 8 miles away at Junction 8/9.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the centre of Bourne End village , head south along Station Road for about half a mile, turning left on to Hedsor Road at its junction with Ferry Lane. Barnside is on the left hand side of the road after about 50 metres.
    • EPC Rating = D
    • Tenure = Freehold