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Jordans
£1,695,000, 3 bedrooms, detached

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Key features

  • NOW SOLD - SIMILAR REQUIRED
  • A Magnificent And Highly Specified Home
  • Simply Must Be Viewed
  • Superb And Private Location

Property Description

Constructed in 2010 to a high specification complete with concrete first floor and underfloor heating throughout, the house is first approached via a pair of electrically operated gates which open to a large and private driveway. To the front there is attractive planting, a double garage with a storeroom above and a workshop to the side.

Wide paved steps lead to the enclosed entrance vestibule, complete with two coats cupboards, which in turn leads to the magnificent reception hall. This truly spacious hall sets the scene for the rest of the house with its lovely oak floor which continues throughout much of the ground floor. There are oak beams and a high partly vaulted ceiling, oak stairs with glass and steel balustrades and a large coats cupboard. There is a spacious cloakroom which has been superbly fitted out in a unique style. The lounge is an impressive room which measures 29'9 x 21'11 with bi-fold doors opening to the garden, bespoke storage cupboards, a stone fireplace and gas log burner. From the lounge two oak steps lead down to the family room with its large oak framed windows with oak shutters, vaulted ceiling and bespoke fitted bookshelves and cupboards. The stunning kitchen has been fitted with a bespoke range of inframe base and wall units with Silestone work tops and a large centre island. Appliances include an integrated oven, combination oven, microwave, steam oven, an induction hob, extractor and an American style fridge/freezer. The kitchen also has plenty of space for a table and chairs and in addition has a large walk in larder and a superb utility room complete with boiler room and separate large airing cupboard. The dining room is approached from the kitchen and also has a vaulted ceiling and large oak framed windows with oak shutters. The separate study is located towards the rear and has a vaulted ceiling with Velux windows, a fitted oak desk and a useful double storage cupboard. This could be used as a ground floor bedroom if ever required. The first floor landing is oak floored and galleried and looks down to the entrance hall below. The three double bedrooms each with a bathroom or shower room are approached from here. The master bedroom is a bright dual aspect room with extensive fitted furniture and wardrobes. The semi vaulted ensuite shower room has a double shower complete with rain and hand showers and seat as well as a WC, handbasin and plenty of storage. The second and third bedrooms each have fitted furniture and a contemporary bath or shower room. The gardens have been landscaped to provide privacy, interest and ease of maintenance. The main area has been paved with brick and flagstones to give a courtyard feel. A substantial pergola with an open fireplace inset into a wall to provides a dining and entertaining space. Other features include a pond, gated access to the front and a pathway to the rear. There is a further space to the other side of the house. Overall this is a very special home where no expense has been spared in its construction or maintenance. Also of note there is current planing permission to create a 4th first floor bedroom if ever required. Jordans is a highly desirable Buckinghamshire village. It was first developed just after The Great War as a Quaker community of Artisans. The centre of the village has been designated as a conservation area and the village as a whole is surrounded by protected woodland and farmland. For the commuter there is a mainline Chiltern Line railway station with efficient links to London Marylebone and to Oxford and Birmingham to the North. There are convenient road links via the M40, M25 and A40 making this village home ideally situated.

"I would like to say a massive thank you for all of your help throughout the last few months. Nothing is too much trouble, you really do go above and beyond for all parties involved."
Mr & Mrs P of Gerrards Cross