Savills | Station Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 1LG | Properties for sale
1,020 to 1,313 sq ft(94.76 to 121.98 sq m)
Guide price £650,000 -​ £799,950

Station RoadBeaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 1LG

  • New development

Key features

  • Private gated development of only eight apartments and three penthouse apartments
  • Walking distance to Beaconsfield train station
  • Walking distance to Beaconsfield Old and New Towns
  • Gated allocated parking, car barns and garages
  • Lift to all floors

CONTRIBUTION TO STAMP DUTY AVAILABLE* Situated in the charming town of Beaconsfield, Chesterton Manor is a collection luxury two and three bedroom apartments with private balconies.

About this property

  • Set over three floors, these exclusive apartments from Shanly Homes offer the best in style and convenience.

    Built to the highest quality, the elegance of these apartments at Chesterton Manor are perfect for easy maintenance living and entertaining.

    These superior homes include well appointed modern fitted kitchens with composite stone work surfaces and upstands housing Siemens integrated appliances ( 5 ring gas hob, electric oven, combination microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher).

    The large open plan living rooms lead onto either a private terraces or balcony.

    In the master bedroom and bedroom 2 are fully carcassed hinged, gloss wardrobes with shelf and hanging rails whilst the stylish bathrooms and en-suites feature Minoli tiling with white Sottini sanitaryware and Chrome brassware.

    Each apartment benefits from Underfloor heating throughout. Oak finish doors (with solid walnut inlay) are complimented by polished chrome door furniture

    Outside, each apartment benefits from gated allocated parking, some include a garage or car-port.

Local information

  • Beaconsfield Old Town with its stunning Georgian and Tudor style High Street architecture benefits from a wonderful selection of boutique bars and restaurants whilst the New Town with its Waitrose, Sainsburys and Marks and Spencers has grown up around the railway station.
  • The name, Chesterton Manor is attributed to the poet, writer, and art critic G.K.Chesterton, who lived in Beaconsfield most of his life up until 1936 and is well-known for his fictional priest detective Father Brown.
  • Beaconsfield is one of the most popular commuter locations outside of London due to its excellent transport links. The M40, M25 and A41 are conveniently located nearby offering easy access to London and beyond. Whilst from Beaconsfield Railway station, you can be at London Marylebone Station within under half an hour.
  • If health and fitness are your passions,the town offers a David Lloyd gym, complete with indoor and outdoor pools. Beaconsfield golf and cricket clubs are also nearby, while there are facilities for squash, tennis and rugby.
  • When you need a little pampering, you're a short drive away from both The Retreat and Cliveden House Hotel with their resplendent spas

Additional information

  • Whilst ideally located within close proximity of Junction 2, M40 for commuting into London, Beaconsfield Old Town offers a mixture of shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants, as well as a weekly market that is over 100 years old.
  • Beaconsfield New Town offers a variety of supermarkets, high street retail stores and restaurants offering a variety of cuisines.
  • Popular with families as a result of its great local state and independent schools including Davenies for boys aged 5­-12, High March School for girls aged 2-12 and The Beaconsfield School.
  • For sports fans, Beaconsfield Golf Course is a short drive away and the town is also home to a variety of other sporting facilities including tennis, cricket, rugby, football and squash.
  • Directions: HP9 1LG