Savills | Lakes Lane, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 2LA | Property for sale
749 sq ft(69.58 sq m)
Guide price £575,000

Lakes LaneBeaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 2LA

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Set in the heart of the old town in Beaconsfield
  • Open plan kitchen and dining
  • Beautifully landscaped garden with a summer house
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Walking distance to the shops
  • No onward chain

Beautifully presented two bedroom characterful cottage set in the heart of Beaconsfield Old Town believed to date back to 1840.

About this property

  • A delightful two bedroom period cottage, believed to date back to about 1840, and ideally located in the heart of the historic Old Town. The property retains a wealth of charm and character and benefits from a long garden together with a superb garden studio, perfect for use as a home office.

    On the ground floor the bespoke Iroko wood front door opens into a charming sitting room, full of character with features including beamed ceiling, stone flooring which runs throughout the whole of the ground floor, a multi-fuel burning stove within the bricked fireplace and a storage cupboard with a TV area above.

    The cottage style kitchen comprises pine cupboards and drawers with lattice effect, granite work surfaces with built-in Neff four ring ceramic hob and Neff stainless steel fan oven below, integrated Bosch dishwasher, space and plumbing for washing machine and space for free standing fridge/freezer. There is also an understairs cupboard with storage for vacuum cleaner, additional shelving and storage, downlights and a single drainer white ceramic sink with a chrome mixer tap. From the kitchen there is an archway leading through to the conservatory dining area which has French doors opening out on to the garden. The stairs to the first floor have wrought iron balustrades and pine handrails. The landing has a loft hatch for accessing the loft void, an airing cupboard containing factory lagged water tank and a Vaillant gas central heating boiler.

    There are two double bedrooms on this floor, one to the front and the other to the rear. The main bedroom has a built-in triple wardrobe, a second built-in wardrobe space with shelving and TV point and a third built-in cupboard. The second bedroom at the front is a double bedroom with a beautiful open cast iron Victorian fireplace. The bathroom has underfloor heating, bath with shower over and some great storage units.

    The long rear garden is a real feature of the property with different locations, alfresco dining area, deck lounges area and barbeque dining area towards the rear with a brick built barbeque. The garden has an array of beautiful planters, hedges and flowers which bring the garden to life, and artificial lawns to enable easy up keep. The garden features a summer house which has electric and can act as a home office, snug or further storage space. There is also a shed for storage.

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Wonderful characterful home with amazing features throughout the property, with two double bedrooms and a beautiful well maintained garden.

Richard SharmanProperty agent

Local information

  • M40 (J2) 0.2 miles, Beaconsfield station 1.2 miles, Gerrards Cross 3.9 miles, Amersham station 5.6 miles, Heathrow (T5) 14.3 miles, central London 23 miles.
  • This charming period cottage is located in an enviable position, peacefully located on Lakes Lane yet only minutes from the local amenities of Old Beaconsfield. The picturesque Old Town dates back to the thirteenth century with fine Georgian buildings. Local facilities include convenience and independent retail stores together with a variety of restaurants and public houses. There is a weekly market on Tuesdays and a monthly Saturday farmers market. The New Town offers an excellent range of shops for day to day needs including Marks and Spencer Simply Food, Waitrose and Sainsburys.
  • Communication links in the area are excellent. There are regular train services from Beaconsfield to London Marylebone (from 24 minutes at the time of writing) and Birmingham. There are also rail connections to London Paddington from Burnham and Maidenhead, which will also benefit from Crossrail, due for completion in the next few years, giving direct and fast journey times to London's West End, City and Canary Wharf. The M40 is accessible from Beaconsfield (J2) and Loudwater (J3).
  • Sports enthusiasts are well catered for with local tennis, riding, squash, golf, cricket, rugby and football clubs. There are several National Trust properties in the area including Cliveden, Hughenden and West Wycombe Park.
  • Buckinghamshire is renowned for its choice and standard of schooling. The county is one of the last to maintain the traditional grammar school system, of which the Beaconsfield High School for girls and the Royal Grammar School for boys in High Wycombe are the closest. Local independent schools include Caldicott, The Beacon and Davenies for boys, High March, Pipers Corner and Godstowe for girls, to name a few. All times and distances are approximate and correct at the time of writing.

Additional information

  • Services: All mains services connected. Please note that none of the services have been tested.
  • EPC Rating = E
  • Tenure = Freehold