Gerrards Cross 2.8 miles, M40 (J2) 4 miles, Heathrow (T5) 11.3 miles, central London (Baker Street) 19 miles.
Often described as the prettiest village in South Buckinghamshire, Fulmer has its own cricket team, well regarded infant school, a sought after village pub, The Black Horse and adjacent farm shop. Picturesque Gerrards Cross offers more comprehensive facilities which include an Everyman cinema, supermarkets, independent shops and a good selection of cafes and restaurants.
Popular with commuters, communication links in the area are excellent; the M40 and M25 afford access to the M4, Heathrow and Gatwick airports and central London. Gerrards Cross has a mainline station with fast trains to London Marylebone.
There are many beautiful walks and bridle paths in the area including those in Stoke Common, Denham Country Park, Burnham Beeches, Langley Park and Windsor Great Park.
Buckinghamshire is one of the last counties to maintain the traditional grammar school system, including Dr Challoners in Amersham, Royal Grammar School in High Wycombe and Beaconsfield High School. Highly regarded independent schools include Thorpe House, Davenies, Caldicott for boys, Maltmans Green, St Mary's for girls and Gayhurst for boys and girls.
Located in a conservation area and enjoying a semi-rural setting overlooking Stoke Common, this unique house is beautifully presented. There is much to impress with generous reception space and six bedrooms, perfect for family life.
A vaulted atrium style reception hall and an oversized feature window creates a wonderful first impression, with wood flooring extending to most of the ground floor. Overlooking the garden both the sitting room and an adjacent family room enjoy French doors on to the outside decked terrace together with attractive stone fireplaces. The formal dining room opens into the kitchen/breakfast room which is well appointed with a comprehensive range of units, granite worktops and integrated appliances while a generous breakfast bar gives space for informal dining. Off the kitchen is a fully fitted utility room with a door to the garden and also access to the integral garage. To the front of the house is a guest cloakroom and a quietly situated study with built-in bespoke cabinetry. Across the hall is a useful ground floor bedroom with an en suite bathroom. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a guest cloakroom.
On the first floor the galleried landing is a generous space, with built-in storage, and leads to the bedroom accommodation with most featuring attractive angled ceilings. There is a wonderful principal bedroom suite with a fully fitted dressing area and an en suite shower room. The remaining four bedrooms are served by a family bathroom.
Set back from the road the property is approached via an electric gate opening on to the driveway with ample space for parking and leading to the double garage. The rear garden wraps around the house and is mainly laid to lawn with surrounding woodland giving seclusion. Nestling in the corner is a children's play area and an ornamental pond with an attractive stream meandering through. A decked terrace area adjoins the rear of the house while a corner raised deck gives ideal outside dining and entertaining space.
From Beaconsfield follow the A40 towards Gerrards Cross. Passing The Bull on the right hand side, turn right into Fulmer Road, eventually driving through Fulmer Village passing The Black Horse pub on the left. Continue on Windmill Hill turning right on to Stoke Common Road and the property will be found on the right hand side.