Savills | Holmer Green, Buckinghamshire, HP15 6TL | Property for sale
4,866 sq ft(452.07 sq m)
Guide price £3,250,000

Holmer GreenBuckinghamshire, HP15 6TL


    Key features

    • Country house with five bedrooms and four bathrooms
    • Garaging, sunken terrace and immaculate gardens and grounds
    • Tree lined drive
    • Staff cottage split into two flats, one bed guest lodge and staff flat
    • Edge of village location
    • About 4.6 acres

    An attractive Grade II Listed country house set in formal gardens of about 4.6 acres close to London.

    About this property

    • Holmer Ridings is an attractive brick and flint Grade II listed property built circa 1728. Extended and much improved over subsequent years it now provides a wonderful family home combining original character features with contemporary styling. Rooms of particular note are the Mark Wilkinson fitted kitchen/breakfast room open plan with the rounded bay orangery. The elegant drawing room features three tall arched windows. The large lower ground principal bedroom suite provides a luxurious bathroom and ‘his and hers' dressing rooms. The property is set down a long tree lined driveway surrounded by formal gardens including a superb sunken terrace for al fresco entertaining in total about 4.6 acres. There are two further detached buildings, a one bedroom guest lodge and a cottage currently split into two staff flats with adjoining garages.

    An attractive period house positioned down a long tree lined drive. It is has the benefit of privacy whilst being well connected with excellent road, rail and airport links.

    Hugh MaconochieProperty agent

    Local information

    • Situated to the north of London in the county of Buckinghamshire, the location is both convenient and accessible. Amersham, 4.6 miles away, has access to Chiltern Railways and the Metropolitan line, easy for the London commute into Baker Street or Marylebone respectively. High Wycombe and the M40 are about 4.2 miles away and include direct trains to London from 33 mins. The nearby Chiltern Hills is designated an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' offering an abundance of walking, cycling and riding opportunities. Amersham includes the Old Town, a picturesque market town and Amersham-on-the-Hill, with a selection of shops and restaurants. The Old Town includes many independent shops and boutiques, as well as a great range of dining choices from inns to restaurants. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its choice and standard of schooling, and is one of the last counties to maintain the traditional grammar school system. The independent sector has The Beacon School (boys) and Heatherton House (girls), while the state possibilities include The Royal Grammar School for boys and Beaconsfield High School for girls.

    Additional information

    • Directions: Coming from the M40, take junction 2 following the A355 towards Beaconsfield/Amersham/Slough. When approaching Amersham Town after approximately 9 miles, take the A355, followed by the A404, Whielden Lane. Continue for 2.7 miles before turning right into Sheepcote Dell Road. After 0.5 miles you will find the gates to Holmer Ridings on the right hand side.
    • EPC Rating = F