Savills | Harvest Hill, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8 5JJ | Property for sale
6,248 sq ft(580.46 sq m)
Excess of £2,975,000

Harvest HillBourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8 5JJ

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Open plan layout
  • Gym/bedroom (multi-functional room)
  • Cinema room and wine cellar
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Triple garage
  • Stunning views over Cookham and Marlow

Contemporary 5/6 bed family home with stunning views in a semi rural location close to Beaconsfield and Bourne End.

About this property

  • The Field House is a stunning contemporary home, beautifully presented and ideally located in an elevated position to enjoy superb far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. The house was constructed in 2016 by the current owners and has been thoughtfully designed with a well-planned layout to make the most of the spectacular views. Natural light is maximised with skylights and full height windows and doors.

    An oversized front door opens into the impressive reception hall with a striking oak staircase with glass balustrades leading to the lower ground and first floors. The ground floor living accommodation is open plan and lies to the rear of the house to take full advantage of the views. The space is fantastic and perfect for family life, comprising a library and dining area, living room with a vaulted ceiling and galleried landing above, opening into the kitchen/breakfast room. Each of these rooms enjoys two sets of French doors opening on to the outside upper deck, which extends the width of the house, and gives fabulous far reaching views. The bespoke fitted kitchen is beautifully appointed with an extensive range of hand painted units complemented by Silestone worktops. A large island provides further storage and incorporates an American walnut breakfast bar. Appliances include an induction hob with extractor over, two built in fridge/freezers, three ovens, dishwasher and a wine cooler. A well fitted utility room lies adjacent, with storage, Silestone worktops and appliances, together with outside door access. Located at the front of the house is a family room, open plan to the kitchen, and a study lying off the reception hall. Both rooms are striking with vaulted ceilings, exposed roof trusses and a freestanding wood burner. Completing the accommodation on this floor is a coat room leading to a spacious, luxurious bathroom.

    The first floor offers two bedrooms, with fully fitted dressing rooms and en suite shower rooms. Both rooms benefit from their own private balconies to enjoy the beautiful views.

    The lower ground floor is superb with further accommodation and French doors on to a gravelled courtyard area. This floor benefits from a wine cellar, cinema room and a large gym/yoga studio with bi fold doors on to the terrace. There are also three bedrooms, with the principal bedroom and guest suite both enjoying bi-fold doors opening on to the outside terrace, fully fitted dressing rooms and beautifully appointed en suite bath/shower rooms. A further bedroom is served by a family shower room.

    The property is approached from a quiet lane through a five bar gate onto a driveway with parking for several cars. In addition is a triple garage with attached log store. The front of the property has raised areas of grass and meadow, with access to the rear garden from both sides. The rear gardens are a delight with absolutely stunning views over the Thames Valley. The garden is arranged over two levels, mainly laid to lawn with a variety of mature, semi mature and young trees, together with flower and shrub borders and raised vegetable beds. A raised deck, with a frameless glass balustrade, spans the width of the property giving the perfect spot for outside entertaining and to enjoy the view, with stairs down to the lawn and terrace areas. An attractive terrace adjoins the rear of the house with access from the principal rooms on the lower ground floor. The garden is wonderfully private with fencing and mature trees on the boundaries.

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Perfect if you are looking for a quiet semi rural location yet only a short distance away from Beaconsfield & Bourne End.

Ben DommettProperty agent

Local information

  • Bourne End 1.2 miles, Wooburn Green 1.7 miles, Beaconsfield 4.2 miles, M40 (J2) 5 miles, Marlow 4.8 miles, Maidenhead 5.4 miles, M4 (J7) 5.5 miles, Heathrow (T5) 17 miles, central London 28 miles. All distances are approximate.
  • The Field House is in a beautiful semi-rural setting with stunning views over the Thames Valley. Located on the outskirts of Bourne End and Wooburn Green, it is perfect for those who wish to be near to open countryside yet within reach of local facilities, road networks and schooling. Further amenities can be found in Beaconsfield and Marlow which offer an excellent range of shops, cafes and restaurants.
  • The area's excellent communication links include Beaconsfield mainline station (Chiltern Line) with trains to Marylebone (from 23 minutes at the time of writing) and regular rail connections to London (Paddington) from Bourne End, Marlow and Maidenhead. With the advent of Crossrail targeted for completion in 2022, journey times to London's West End, City and Canary Wharf will be significantly reduced.
  • Sporting facilities in the area are good with sailing at the Upper Thames Sailing Club next to Bourne End Marina, with Lambourne, Huntswood and Winter Hill golf clubs nearby and a David Lloyd gym in Wooburn Green. The local countryside provides excellent walks and bridle paths.
  • Buckinghamshire is renowned for its choice and standard of schooling. The county is one of the last to maintain the traditional grammar school system and there is a wealth of independent schools in the area including High March, Wycombe Abbey, Dair House, Caldicott, The Beacon, Davenies and Godstowe to name a few.

Additional information

  • Services: Mains water, gas and electricity connected. Private drainage. Please note that none of the services have been tested.
  • Agents Note: Photographs taken in October 2020 and April 2021.
  • Directions: From junction 2 of the M40 at Beaconsfield proceed towards Beaconsfield joining the A40 and continue through Beaconsfield Old Town. After about 1.5 miles turn left into Broad Lane, (signposted to Wooburn/Maidenhead). Follow Broad Lane (passing Hedsor Golf Course on your left.) and continue until Broad Lane turns into Kiln Lane. Follow this road and then turn left into Harvest Hill. Continue on the road (about 0.3 miles) and after passing the recreational playing field on your right please take the next lane on your right. The Field House is the third house on the left.
  • EPC Rating = B