Savills | Goddington Road, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8 5TZ | Properties for sale
178.75 sq m(1,924 sq ft)
Guide price £799,950(€926,081)

Goddington RoadBourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8 5TZ

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in February 2021
  • Popular residential road close to the village of Bourne End
  • Private and enclosed patio and rear garden
  • Opportunity for annexe/ studio to rear of garden (subject to obtaining planning consent).
  • Sweeping driveway with ample parking
  • No onward chain

A substantial family home close to the village centre of Bourne End.

About this property

  • 20 Goddington Road is a substantial detached family home that was thoughtfully redesigned with considerable improvements over the years. Situated in a popular and convenient residential setting the house benefits from an impressive 22ft kitchen/dining room, two good sized reception rooms, 21ft main bedroom with en suite bathroom, 3 to 4 further bedrooms, a private 80ft rear garden, integral garage with utility area, driveway parking and double glazing throughout. For the commuter there is access to the M4 and M40 motorways via the Marlow Bypass (A404) and Bourne End has a branch line railway station linking to London Paddington via Maidenhead.

    The spacious entrance hall is laid with a neutral limestone (tiled) floor leading to the inner hall, cloakroom and internal access to the single garage and stairs to the first floor.

    The living room is to the left of the hall with a front aspect, featuring a stone fireplace with inset gas coal effect fire. The sitting room/study to the rear, has French doors which lead to the garden patio and garden which is primarily laid to lawn.
    The kitchen/dining room is fitted with an extensive range of Shaker style floor and wall mounted units and the limestone floor continues to this space. The kitchen has a variety of wood and black granite work surfaces. A central island unit has an inset five burner induction hob and gas point with inset cupboards and drawers, and two wine coolers. A tall cupboard encompasses two electric ovens a microwave and grill. A set of French doors leads to a large paved patio and garden which is mostly laid to lawn.

    To the first floor the principal bedroom has built-in cupboards and an en suite bathroom. There are four further bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a study. While one bedroom leads to another the space is flexible and can be plumbed to include an en suite bathroom and dressing area.

    The loft space accessed with a drop down stairs provides spacious ancillary storage.

    Outside
    20 Goddington Road has off street parking with ample parking for at least three cars. The single garage is accessed by an up and over door and is currently used as a utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer.
    There is access to the rear of the property via a gated entrance and wide walk way. A deep patio running the full width of the house is perfect for al fresco dining with steps that lead to the lawn and a plateau/raised foundation at the south bank of the garden and provides an opportunity to install a Summer House/study/annexe to the main house (subject to obtaining planning consent).

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

I particularly love the layout of this home - very flexible

Mairéad MonsenProperty 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 mature residents alike.
  • The village of Bourne End provides for everyday needs, with a station to London via Maidenhead.
  • The nearby towns of Beaconsfield and Marlow town offer wider facilities, with an eclectic mix of local independent and national retailers.
  • There are numerous bars, cafes and restaurants dotted around the towns offering destinations for any occasion.
  • There are schools of excellent repute in the area including Sir William Borlese Grammar School, John Hampden Grammar School and Wycombe High.
  • Just outside the village the area opens out to glorious rolling countryside and a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • Outdoor pursuits are numerous, as are golf, football, cricket and rugby clubs.
  • For commuters, Bourne End station provides a superb link to Maidenhead, with London Paddington accessible from Bourne End platform in as little as 40 minutes.
  • Beaconsfield also has an excellent station giving access to London Marylebone in just 23 minutes. Maidenhead (11 mins from Bourne End station) will soon benefit from the new Crossrail services, providing a new superb link to The City and Canary Wharf from 2019 (expected).
  • The M40 London-bound is accessed at junction 2 being just 3.2 miles away.

Additional information

  • Directions: From the M40 and A4094 to Goddington Road. Head north- on M40. At junction 3, take the A40 exit to High Wycombe(E). At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Knaves Beech Way/A4094. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Boundary Rd/A4094 and continue to follow A4094. Turn right onto Juniper Lane then take Blind Lane to Goddington Rd in Wooburn Green. Turn right onto White Pit Lane. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Northern Woods then turn left onto Blind Lane and turn right onto Goddington Road. 20 Goddington road can be found after a short distance on the right hand side.
  • EPC Rating = D