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Grimms Hill, Great Missenden, HP16

6 bed detached house for sale
Ref: A1NQ500000B88IJIAZ

About this property

  • One of Great Missenden's most sought-after addresses
  • Substantial property of 6060 sq ft
  • Triple garage with annexe potential (subject to planning consents)
  • Extensive accommodation over four storeys
  • Beautifully landscaped gardens totaling 0.888 of an acre
  • Sonos Players and controls in principal rooms and on terrace

A striking Arts & Crafts style house within a beautiful 0.888 acre, tree-lined plot on the Grimms Hill private estate, just under half a mile from Great Missenden's high street and station. An exceptionally private setting in one of the area's most sought-after roads, offering magnificent landscaped gardens, six bedrooms and a triple garage with annexe potential (subject to planning).

A striking Arts & Crafts style house within a beautiful 0.888 acre, tree-lined plot on the Grimms Hill private estate, just under half a mile from Great Missenden's high street and station. An exceptionally private setting in one of the area's most sought-after roads, offering magnificent landscaped gardens, six bedrooms and a triple garage with annexe potential (subject to planning).

This stunning property was built in 2004 in the Arts & Crafts style. It is well located for the commuter, being just under half a mile from the mainline station and High Street of charming Great Missenden, and is within easy reach of footpaths and open countryside. The substantial residence is on almost 0.9 of an acre and offers expansive accommodation of more than 6,000 sq. ft. which is arranged in a versatile layout over four floors, comprising formal entertaining areas, generous bedrooms and family accommodation. The property also includes a detached triple garage, over which there are additional rooms offering annexe potential (subject to the usual planning consents), magnificent landscaped and very private mature gardens.
The beautifully presented accommodation us modern throughout and finished to a high standard, with all the expected modern conveniences including underfloor heating across the ground floor, fitted storage and an alarm system. Though a contemporary construction, the house is given character with decorative coving, stone fireplaces, wood window frames with leaded-style windows and a stunning wood kitchen - the fabric of the house suits both traditional and modern decor schemes.
The accommodation is generously proportioned with high ceilings and there is ample space for entertaining across the four reception rooms, which are arranged across the back of the house. In addition there is an open-plan kitchen/breakfast room, a study and a utility area. There is a boot room and sink in this area with a gardener's toilet adjoining the garage accessed via a covered walkway.
The bedrooms are arranged on the first floor, including a spacious principal suite with dressing room and bath/shower room. There are two further en suites and a family bathroom, with all bedrooms benefiting from built-in wardrobes. The second floor is a flexible space currently used as a games room which could be converted to additional bedrooms if required (subject to the necessary consents).

Outside
The house is situated within a generous plot of about 0.9 of an acre, set behind imposing electric gates which open to a large brick-paved parking area and the triple garage. The gardens encircle the house and are enclosed by mature trees and hedges, making it feel exceptionally private. There are formal lawns, paved terraces for entertaining and attractive borders with great scope for further landscaping.

Situation
Located in one of the village's most sought-after roads, the property is just under half a mile from the centre of Great Missenden which provides an extensive range of shops, a supermarket, pubs and restaurants (such as The Nag's Head and Fan Fan Pizzeria) as well as The Roald Dahl Museum and a thriving 18-court tennis club.
There is access to a number of walks through open fields and woodland and the mainline station in the village (0.3 miles distant) provides a London Marylebone service in approximately 45 minutes. Heathrow Airport is just 24.1 miles away.
Buckinghamshire is renowned for its state and private education. The house is close to highly regarded educational establishments and is within the catchment area for grammar schools. Details may be obtained from the local authority.

Additional Information
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. £450/year contribution for Grimms Hill private road maintenance.

Key Information

Council Tax Band: H

Tenure: Freehold