The welcoming and spacious hallway provides access to the drawing room, dining room and study, as well as the downstairs cloakroom and kitchen/breakfast room. Elegant wooden flooring is also laid and leading into the dining room. The drawing room, which is of the largest of the five reception rooms to the property, enjoys a triple aspect with a feature Adam-Style fireplace with inset gas effect fire and patio doors which lead onto the rear terrace and garden. The dining room enjoys views towards the front aspect and also communicates through to the kitchen/breakfast room. The study enjoys a rear aspect view. The kitchen is fitted with Maple style units with generous lengths of work top surfaces incorporating a 1 ½ bowl stainless steel drainer sink. Beyond the breakfast bar a peninsular return and dresser style unit and the kitchen opens to the breakfast area with space for a table and several chairs and a wide opening and steps leading down to a conservatory, which enjoys fabulous views over the rear garden. Also accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room is a good size family room and fully equipped utility room.
On the first floor there are five bedrooms, including an excellent size master suite complete with fitted wardrobes and a fully fitted en suite bathroom. The guest suite benefits from an en suite shower room and bedrooms three, four and five have the use of a fully equipped family bathroom.
Gerrards Cross frequently appears in surveys of the most desirable places to live in England. Located close to the M25 and the M40, it offers excellent travel links yet retains the atmosphere of an unspoiled, thriving country village. The village's high street and boutique style shops, cafes, bistros, banks and hotel are mainly on Packhorse Road and Station Road, which together form Gerrards Cross' bustling heart.
Gerrards Cross also has its own Everyman cinema in the centre of the village. Just to the south of the village centre is Gerrards Cross Common, an attractive expanse of open grass and woodland with two ponds.
Gerrards Cross has an outstanding Church of England primary school and is within catchment for several Bucks grammar schools, while a range of private schools are also available such as St Mary's, Gayhurst, Maltman's Green, and Thorpe House.
The front there is a gravel carriage style driveway with parking for several cars surrounded by well planted mature borders of various flowering plants and shrubs and access to the garage with an up and over door.
To the rear, the garden is one of the many features to this beautifully kept home. The garden size is approximately 30ft deep by 50ft wide and incorporates a large patio area with planted borders and a small lawn area, as well as a decked dining area. Boundaries are enclosed by a mixture of shaped hedging and trees.