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Nairdwood Lane, Prestwood, HP16

5 bed detached house for sale
Ref: A1NQ50000065IZVIAQ

About this property

  • Originally Edwardian and updated for 21st century lifestyle
  • "Smart Home" technology
  • Solar-heated water
  • Open-plan orangery/family room breakfast area and kitchen
  • South-westerly facing gardens
  • Sought-after edge of village location
  • Five bedrooms
  • Triple-glazed throughout
  • Underfloor heating in bathrooms

With a south-westerly facing garden and located on one of Prestwood's most desirable lanes, this is a highly attractive property. It has been extended and significantly improved over recent years, combining classical period features with state of the art technology and wonderfully spacious accommodation.

Standing back from the lane, this is a highly impressive and eye-catching prop...

With a south-westerly facing garden and located on one of Prestwood's most desirable lanes, this is a highly attractive property. It has been extended and significantly improved over recent years, combining classical period features with state of the art technology and wonderfully spacious accommodation.

Standing back from the lane, this is a highly impressive and eye-catching property. Originally built in the early 20th century, the facade is beautifully symmetrical with three sash windows on the first floor and a covered porch, shown to advantage against the warm brick and a tiled roof. The porch with a bespoke stained glass window leads to a wide entrance hall with oak flooring which opens on one side to the dual aspect sitting room/study with a pretty feature fireplace and a square-fronted bay window. To the other side of the hall, the dining room also has a feature fireplace and opens directly to the magnificent 30' x 30' open-plan kitchen, breakfast area and family room/orangery which has a roof lantern and French doors to the garden beyond. This entire area represents the heart of the home and offers infinite scope for relaxing en famille and entertaining on a large or small scale. A Nordpeis wood-burning stove in the corner of the orangery adds to the ambiance. Integrated AEG kitchen appliances include a gas hob, a microwave and two ovens as well as a Bosch dishwasher and a fridge which is built into the large granite-topped island. The boot room, utility and cloakroom adjoin this open-plan area and there is a door to the rear; particularly useful for muddy children and dogs. A corridor leads to a pantry/storage area, access to the double garage on one side and, on the other, the internal study/gym with a door to the rear garden. Rising to the first floor via the wide staircase and part-galleried landing, there are five large bedrooms. The principal bedroom overlooks the gardens and has two dressing rooms with floor-to-ceiling wardrobes and a luxurious en suite bathroom. The guest bedroom also has an en suite bathroom whilst the remaining three share the family bath and shower room. All bathrooms are fitted with Aqualisa power showers. One of the cupboards on the landing is conveniently plumbed for a washing machine with a drying "cupboard" opposite.

Outside
The house is approached via an impressive "in-and-out" gravel driveway with ample parking space in addition to the integrated double garage with an electrically-operated door. A gate to the right-hand side of the house leads to the rear gardens which are truly delightful and well maintained with a large expanse of lawn interspersed with specimen trees including a colourful Japanese maple. A terrace runs along the back of the house; an ideal spot for al fresco dining and basking in the summer sun.

Situation
Located in a sought-after lane on the edge of the village, the property enjoys access to numerous country walks through open fields and woodland. The Post Office, schools and doctors' surgeries are all approximately one mile away. Great Missenden (1.5 mile distant) offers specialised shopping, a main line station to London Marylebone (approximately 43 minutes) and an 18-court tennis club. The area benefits from a wealth of popular pubs, restaurants, farm shops and highly regarded private and state schools (including grammar), details of which can be obtained from the local authority.

Originally Edwardian and updated for 21st century lifestyle

"Smart Home" technology

Solar-heated water

Open-plan orangery/family room breakfast area and kitchen

South-westerly facing gardens

Sought-after edge of village location

Five bedrooms

Triple-glazed throughout

Underfloor heating in bathrooms



Key Information

Council Tax Band: H

Tenure: Freehold