- Five receptions
- Extensive gardens, with gardener included
- Viewing advised
- Backing onto Stoke Park
- Five en-suite bedrooms
- Available now
The property is approached via a long gated driveway.
Large entrance hall with sweeping staircase, downstairs cloakroom, wooden panelled office with Internet connections, Large living room with fireplace and doors to the garden, TV room with doors to the garden, fully fitted kitchen with dining conservatory, utility room, dining room, second cloakroom, large games room with sink and drinks fridge
There are five double bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, and fitted cupboards. There are two airing cupboards on the landing along with two megaflow water tanks that serve all the bathrooms. The main bedroom and second bedroom have access to an outside terrace area.
The gardens are beautiful and maintained by the landlord. Extensive garden to the front of the property, side gate access to the rear garden with patio and decked area, backing onto Stoke Park Golf and Country Club
To the front of the property there is a four car garage and parking for many cars.
Council Tax Band: H - £3,627.64
Farnham Royal is an urban village situated in south Buckinghamshire, surrounded by plenty of open countryside, whilst benefitting from close links to London via Burnham, Beaconsfield or Gerrard's Cross stations. Road links include good access to the M40, M4 and M25.
Not to be underestimated are the delights of the local area. Burnham Beeches nature reserve is very close by and offers 540 acres of scenic woodlands and wildlife. It is described as one of the finest woodland tracts in Britain with huge scope for walking, running and family days out. There are many golf clubs and equestrian centres within easy reach, as well as historic Windsor, National Trust properties and an outstanding choice of restaurants and fine dining available in close proximity.
The rural location also has a cosmopolitan feel that is enhanced by the local coffee shops, independent restaurants and boutiques. A wider range of shopping can be found nearby in Beaconsfield or Windsor.
There are many well regarded schools in both Farnham Common and Farnham Royal including state, grammar and independent schooling.
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