Hedsor Road, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8 5DH | Property for sale | Savills
2,099 sq ft(195 sq m)
Guide price £1,100,000

Hedsor RoadBourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8 5DH

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Well-maintained cottage with character features
  • Fabulous village location with a host of local amenities
  • Five bedrooms plus a dressing room
  • Impressive frontage with ample driveway parking
  • Secluded rear garden with attractive outdoor kitchen

A thoughtfully extended period cottage conveniently situated in the village centre, ideal for local amenities and railway station, with immaculate modern interiors. Open Day from 24th April

About this property

  • This beautifully presented detached property sits in a sought-after village, conveniently located only half a mile from Bourne End Marina and within walking distance (0.2 miles) of the train station, with fast access to the A404(M) and Marlow. The current owners have made a number of improvements and perfectly blended modern interiors with character features, such as stone fireplaces and wooden beams. The cottage has also been extended over the years to include a utility room and ground floor guest bedroom, along with a part-converted double garage, which is currently used as a yoga studio. Extending to approx. 2000 sq ft the accommodation is thoughtfully arranged to meet the demands of busy family life and also features a spacious driveway, secluded rear garden and a fabulous gazebo with built-in barbecue and seating area, creating a perfect space for outdoor entertaining.

    The accommodation comprises an entrance hall leading to a 26ft sitting room featuring a beautiful fireplace and a dual aspect, with a bay window at the front and French doors leading to the garden at the rear. The dining room is located across the hall and also features a stone fireplace and bay window. The modern, well-appointed kitchen is located at the rear of the home with a door leading to the garden. Adjoining the kitchen there is a spacious, newly-fitted bathroom, utility room, bedroom, storage cupboard and access into the garage/yoga studio. Upstairs, the principal bedroom enjoys access to an adjoining dressing room. There are three further bedrooms on this floor and a shower room.

    The eye-catching home features a wooden covered porch and is set back from the road behind an attractive brick wall. There is a spacious carriage gravel driveway providing parking for several vehicles and access to the attached double garage (currently used as a studio). The front garden is immaculately presented and includes lawn areas, shrub borders and mature trees. The rear garden is equally well-maintained with a spacious lawn, established trees offering privacy and a paved terrace leading directly from the house. The well-equipped gazebo is located in the corner of the plot and includes a bar stool seating area and built-in barbecue.

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Such a great location - a stone's throw from the River Thames and train station.

Sophia FarwellProperty agent

Local information

  • 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 and private options.
  • For commuters, Bourne End station provides a superb link to Maidenhead station in approx. 11 minutes, with London Paddington accessible in as little as 30 minutes via the Elizabeth Line from Maidenhead. The M40 London-bound is accessed at Junction 3, being just 3.5 miles away; the M4 is about 6.5 miles away at Junction 8/9.

Additional information

  • Council Tax - Band G
  • Directions: From Marlow, head north at the roundabout at the top of the high street and then take the second exit at the next roundabout onto Chapel Street/A4155. Follow A4155 for approx. 3.5 miles until you reach Bourne End. Drive through the village, taking the second exit at the roundabout onto Station Road and continue past the train station for 0.2 miles where the house is located on the right hand-side opposite the turning to Claytons Meadow.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G