- Grade II Listed
- Living room
- Four bedrooms (two ensuites)
- Countryside views
- Riverside setting
- Reception hallway
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Double garage
- Period features
Nestled in the beautiful location of the Shardeloes Estate, this early 19th Century former lodge house is a Grade II listed building fronting the River Misbourne.
This home is flooded with light, full of character and history and stands on an elevated plot which on one side casts an eye over the Misbourne Valley and on the other grounds of the former estate.
Four bedrooms, (two en-suite) and a marvellous entrance hall together with the triple aspect living room all play a part in the making of this beautiful home.
Period details add the finishing touches to this modest yet quite magnificent house.
Outside, an extensive gravel driveway sweeps into the front and side of the property.
The grounds are mainly laid to lawn with mature fir trees, hedging, a patio area and a timber double garage.
The side of the garden enjoys a 70' river frontage onto the picturesque River Misbourne.
Amersham has two clearly distinguishable parts. The ancient market town (Old Amersham) is quietly alluring. It retains its olde English look and deservedly attracts visitors all year round. Amersham-on-the-Hill (known as top Amersham to locals) has the feel of a steadily developing modern town. It provides the convenient amenities today's population demands.
The trains from Amersham run right into Baker Street/Marylebone and the roads quickly lure you out towards the open country with its scattering of farms, riding stables, tea shops and footpaths. The Tuesday market and annual French and Italian summer markets are a focal point in the town's calendar.
A pleasantly mixed-age population, Amersham is an increasingly popular choice for families with young children. Parenting becomes significantly easier and children have the childhood they deserve in this ever evolving town.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.