Savills | Snells Lane, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 9QP | Property for sale
947.05 sq m(10,194 sq ft)
Guide price £3,950,000

Snells LaneAmersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 9QP

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in October 2021
  • Spacious layout with well proportioned rooms
  • Indoor swimming pool plus garaging
  • Parkland style grounds totaling 13.5 acres
  • Internal restoration project
  • Excellent road and rail links to London

A magnificent Grade II* Listed period residence dating back as far as the 16th century with later Georgian elegance, set in glorious parkland grounds, now in need of internal restoration

About this property

  • Beel House is an elegant Grade II* listed period home with an interesting and eclectic history dating as far back as the
    16th century.

    Once forming part of The Beel Park Estate, Beel House now sits at the end of a long tree lined driveway centrally within its plot of around 13.5 acres of private gardens and grounds. The main house, predominantly of Georgian elevations, benefits from a
    very adaptable layout with a good blend of elegant formal reception rooms and comfortable family living.

    Beel House provides an exciting opportunity for a full restoration
    project, giving someone the chance to create their own style on a private estate, so close to London.

    Leisure facilities
    The addition of the swimming pool complex is of particular note and offers a large indoor pool, integrated spa, steam room and changing/shower rooms. A large games room with bar area provides a wonderful alternative entertaining space away from the main house. To the outside, a croquet lawn and an all-weather tennis court complete with a wooden pavilion can be found.

    Gardens and grounds
    The mature gardens and grounds surrounding Beel House,
    lying predominantly to the south west elevations, both compliment the property and offer privacy. Flanked by a
    beautiful terrace leading to the formal gardens the property makes full use of the outside space. The grounds are wonderfully diverse including formal areas, wild flower meadows and a walled garden with fruit trees and cages.

    A selection of mature trees add to the scene within the grounds including 300 year old Oaks, 3 Cedars of Lebanon and an ancient Tulip tree.

    To the far south west elevation, a small deer park can be found providing delightful views from the main house. A range of outbuildings to the southern elevations provide garaging and useful storage with the possibility to convert into further accommodation (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents).

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Local information

  • Set within the Chiltern District of Buckinghamshire, Little Chalfont is a part of a group of villages known collectively as ‘The Chalfonts'.
  • Whilst remaining rural in feel, the area is a particularly convenient location for access into London by both road and
  • rail. Chalfont & Latimer Metropolitan Line station in Little Chalfont is less than half a mile away providing a fast and frequent London commuter service into Baker Street/Marylebone (about
  • 35minutes). The M25 is accessible at J18 Chorleywood, about 4 miles away providing access to the general motorway network, Heathrow airport (20 miles) and Central London (27 miles). Everyday amenities can be found within the village, with more
  • extensive shopping and restaurants being located at Amersham (2.3 miles) and Beaconsfield (7.9 miles). Some of the best schools in the country can be found locally including Wycombe
  • Abbey, Dr Challoner's School, Merchant Taylor's and Dr Challoners Grammar School for boys in Amersham and Dr
  • Challoners, High School for girls also in Little Chalfont. Golf can be found locally in Little Chalfont and close by at Harewood Downs and Beaconsfield. The prestigious racing venues of Ascot
  • and Windsor are also within close proximity.

Additional information

  • Directions: Exit the M25 at J18 Chorleywood and follow the A404 past Chorleywood Common towards Amersham. Pass through Little Chalfont village centre and station and continue on the A404, White Lion Road. Just before the traffic lights the white pillars into the entrance to Beel House are on the left hand side with the solid entrance gates set back from the road.
  • EPC Exempt