This detached home is located within a prime residential area and within half a mile walking distance of Gerrards Cross village centre, railway station and the popular Moreland Drive School. The property occupies an 83' wide secluded corner plot of around a third of an acre, with a southerly aspect and offers the opportunity to extend (subject to planning permission) if a larger home is required.
To the front of the property a large shingle drive offers parking for several cars and the landscaped front garden is stocked with a wealth of mature shrubs, ornamental trees and herbaceous borders that wrap around the sides of this home. There is an integral garage with storage units, light and power. A brick archway with wrought iron gate gives access to the rear of the property.
On the ground floor there is an entrance porch, entrance hall with wood block flooring, under stairs cupboard and doors to the living room, kitchen and cloakroom. The living room is double aspect with wood block flooring, a gas coal effect fire and door to study and glazed double doors to dining room. The dining room has wood block flooring and french doors opening into the day room. With fine views of the rear garden, the 32ft x 9ft 6” day room has electric roof blinds, separated utility area with water softener and plumbing for washing machine. A glazed door gives access to the garden and patio.
The study has a window overlooking the garden and a door to the 19’ x 10’ integral garage.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of original Siematic kitchen units and integrated double oven, four ring gas hob and extractor. There is a door giving access to the side of the house.
A cloakroom fitted with a vanity unit and WC completes the accommodation on the ground floor.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, a spacious bathroom, an airing cupboard, storage cupboard and access to a considerable loft with a high ridge height - ideal for conversion, subject to planning.
Bedroom one is double aspect with a door to a large eaves storage area which could be used to provide ensuite facilities.
There are two further double bedrooms both with windows overlooking the rear garden.
The landscaped rear garden is delightful and has an abundance of mature plants, herbaceous borders and shrubs that create a wonderful private garden. There is an area of level lawn, patio, sunken garden with greenhouse, gravel path and vegetable plot. There are three outside brick stores one of which houses the Potterton Kingfisher boiler.
EPC rating D Council Tax Band: G