6 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Chapman Lane, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8

6 Bedroom Detached House - £4,500,000

Chapman Lane, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, SL8

First listed on: 03rd May 2022

Nearest stations: Bourne End (0.7 mi)Cookham (2.1 mi)Marlow (2.4 mi)High Wycombe (3.2 mi)Beaconsfield (3.5 mi)

Interested in this property? Call See phone number 01628 260 324

Further Informations

More Information 1

More Information 2

More Information 3

Property Features

  • Detached Arts and Crafts home
  • Five/six bedrooms
  • Detached three bedroom lodge
  • Far-reaching views
  • Measuring 6.767 sq ft

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

This truly magnificent family home is set within a much-desired countryside setting within the sought-after Thameside village of Bourne End, within easy reach of commercial centres by excellent transport links in addition to being accessible from the lovely towns of Marlow and Maidenhead. The property is of a traditional construction yet has all the modern conveniences desired for today's demands and is arranged over two floors with four very generously sized reception rooms and five large bedrooms, totalling 4890 sq ft of space. The property is set on a superb plot surrounded by parklike grounds enclosed by mature trees, making the home feel exceptionally secluded.
Underidge House is a very handsome, detached family home, presented to an exceptionally high standard inside and out, with beautifully appointed rooms and stunning grounds. The internal space is extremely spacious, with generously proportioned rooms throughout arranged in a versatile layout which is both well suited to entertaining at home as well as daily family life. The added benefit of a detached three-bedroom cottage extends the house's flexibility further, affording the opportunity for an income generator, or as additional staff accommodation.
The house has been subject to a variety of improvements over the years to create a striking and luxurious home that's perfectly aligned with modern living. Within the grounds there are solar panels to provide power, while the interiors include a stylish country-inspired kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances, high specification bath and shower rooms for all of the bedrooms on the first floor, and a fabulous wine rack within the utility room. The house additionally benefits from stunning views across its own magnificent gardens and further afield.
The ground floor accommodation is accessed by an inviting entrance hall leading to the main reception rooms, comprising a drawing room, sun room and dining room, as well as a coat cupboard and cloakroom, creating the ideal formal entertaining space. The entrance hall also leads to the family accommodation, including a kitchen/ breakfast room which has ample space, good storage, and a separate utility room which opens to a rear lobby with an alternative set of stairs to the first floor and a door to the garden room at the rear of the house.
From the main staircase within the entrance hall there is access to a principal bedroom suite with a good sized bedroom, fitted dressing room/sixth bedroom, en suite bath/shower room and a private study/snug opening to a balcony. In addition there is a further bedroom with dressing room/en suite facilities, a further bedroom and a family shower room. There is an interconnecting door into bedroom four (also en suite), which could also be accessed via a separate staircase from the rear lobby, where there is also a fifth bedroom and shower room.
The detached lodge is extremely spacious and extends to 1,313 sq ft, comprising a sitting room, kitchen, dining room and cloakroom. On the first floor there are three good-size bedrooms all with built-in storage and a shower room.

Outside
The property is set within beautiful grounds just over 5 acres which have been landscaped in a park-like style with rolling lawns, mature trees, orchard and attractive features. A sweeping tarmac driveway winds through the grounds to the main house, where there is a large parking area to the front for several vehicles and access to the attached double garage. The driveway splits to provide separate access to the lodge, which is set with in its own parking area making it feel secluded and detached from the main property. Further outbuildings include a summerhouse and garden shed. The gardens surround the property on all sides and are mostly laid to lawn, with a natural boundary of mature trees providing a high degree of privacy though the bordering land is farmland and affords lovely views. The gardens include an expansive terrace for outdoor entertaining, as well as a tennis court.

Situation
The property is situated in a semi-rural location on the outskirts of Bourne End with nearby access to the river Thames. Bourne End village centre is approximately half a mile away and has a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as the thriving marina. There is a train service from Bourne End to London Paddington (via Maidenhead & Crossrail when complete), with a main line service also running from Beaconsfield to London Marylebone. The M4 and M40 are easily accessible providing good links to London Heathrow (22 miles), the Midlands and the West. This is a perfect rural location for commuting to nearby commercial centres. There are well-regarded local schooling at both primary and secondary level, while local grammar schools include Sir William Borlase in Marlow and more still in Beaconsfield and High Wycombe. Local independent schools include Wycombe Abbey, Queen Anne's, St Pirans, The Oratory, Shiplake College. Country pursuits are central to the appeal of the area and indeed the surrounding villages abound with lovely public houses, local footpaths and bridleways.

Additional Information
Council Tax Band H
This truly magnificent family home is set within a much-desired countryside setting within the sought-after Thameside village of Bourne End, within easy reach of commercial centres by excellent transport links in addition to being accessible from the lovely towns of Marlow and Maidenhead. The property is of a traditional construction yet has all the modern conveniences desired for today's demands and is arranged over two floors with four very generously sized reception rooms and five large bedrooms, totalling 4890 sq ft of space. The property is set on a superb plot surrounded by parklike grounds enclosed by mature trees, making the home feel exceptionally secluded.
Underidge House is a very handsome, detached family home, presented to an exceptionally high standard inside and out, with beautifully appointed rooms and stunning grounds. The internal space is extremely spacious, with generously proportioned rooms throughout arranged in a versatile layout which is both well suited to entertaining at home as well as daily family life. The added benefit of a detached three-bedroom cottage extends the house's flexibility further, affording the opportunity for an income generator, or as additional staff accommodation.
The house has been subject to a variety of improvements over the years to create a striking and luxurious home that's perfectly aligned with modern living. Within the grounds there are solar panels to provide power, while the interiors include a stylish country-inspired kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances, high specification bath and shower rooms for all of the bedrooms on the first floor, and a fabulous wine rack within the utility room. The house additionally benefits from stunning views across its own magnificent gardens and further afield.
The ground floor accommodation is accessed by an inviting entrance hall leading to the main reception rooms, comprising a drawing room, sun room and dining room, as well as a coat cupboard and cloakroom, creating the ideal formal entertaining space. The entrance hall also leads to the family accommodation, including a kitchen/ breakfast room which has ample space, good storage, and a separate utility room which opens to a rear lobby with an alternative set of stairs to the first floor and a door to the garden room at the rear of the house.
From the main staircase within the entrance hall there is access to a principal bedroom suite with a good sized bedroom, fitted dressing room/sixth bedroom, en suite bath/shower room and a private study/snug opening to a balcony. In addition there is a further bedroom with dressing room/en suite facilities, a further bedroom and a family shower room. There is an interconnecting door into bedroom four (also en suite), which could also be accessed via a separate staircase from the rear lobby, where there is also a fifth bedroom and shower room.
The detached lodge is extremely spacious and extends to 1,313 sq ft, comprising a sitting room, kitchen, dining room and cloakroom. On the first floor there are three good-size bedrooms all with built-in storage and a shower room.

Outside
The property is set within beautiful grounds just over 5 acres which have been landscaped in a park-like style with rolling lawns, mature trees, orchard and attractive features. A sweeping tarmac driveway winds through the grounds to the main house, where there is a large parking area to the front for several vehicles and access to the attached double garage. The driveway splits to provide separate access to the lodge, which is set with in its own parking area making it feel secluded and detached from the main property. Further outbuildings include a summerhouse and garden shed. The gardens surround the property on all sides and are mostly laid to lawn, with a natural boundary of mature trees providing a high degree of privacy though the bordering land is farmland and affords lovely views. The gardens include an expansive terrace for outdoor entertaining, as well as a tennis court.

Situation
The property is situated in a semi-rural location on the outskirts of Bourne End with nearby access to the river Thames. Bourne End village centre is approximately half a mile away and has a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as the thriving marina. There is a train service from Bourne End to London Paddington (via Maidenhead & Crossrail when complete), with a main line service also running from Beaconsfield to London Marylebone. The M4 and M40 are easily accessible providing good links to London Heathrow (22 miles), the Midlands and the West. This is a perfect rural location for commuting to nearby commercial centres. There are well-regarded local schooling at both primary and secondary level, while local grammar schools include Sir William Borlase in Marlow and more still in Beaconsfield and High Wycombe. Local independent schools include Wycombe Abbey, Queen Anne's, St Pirans, The Oratory, Shiplake College. Country pursuits are central to the appeal of the area and indeed the surrounding villages abound with lovely public houses, local footpaths and bridleways.

Additional Information
Council Tax Band H
Read more

Useful Statistics In Your Area

We have collected some useful information to help you learn more about your area and how it may affect it's value. This could be useful for those already living in the area, those considering a move or a purchase of a buy-to-let investment in the area.

Price Trends

Local Statistics

Property Location

Property Street View

Price History

Listed prices are those submitted to us and may not reflect the actual selling price of this property.

Date History Details
04/05/2022 Property listed at £4,500,000

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference 37886_MLW210134. Details are provided and maintained by Hamptons International. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

This property is marketed by

43 High Street

Marlow

Buckinghamshire

SL7 1BA

Telephone: See phone number 01628 260 324

Arrange Viewing Arrange Viewing with Agent Check Affordability Check Affordability

Disclaimer

Disclaimer Property reference 37886_MLW210134. Details are provided and maintained by Hamptons International. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

Mortgage Calculator

Calculate the cost of a mortgage for your new home based on available data.

£ 0 per month
How much could I borrow?
Thinking of selling or renting your property?
Get a instant valuation today!

This property is marketed by

43 High Street

Marlow

Buckinghamshire

SL7 1BA

Telephone: See phone number 01628 260 324

Arrange Viewing Arrange Viewing with Agent Check Affordability Check Affordability

Free Instant Valuation

Find out more about the value of your property

Register For Free

Create an account for free today to unlock some great features of Net House Prices.

Arrange Viewing Arrange Viewing with Agent Check Affordability Check Affordability
Show Sidebar
Free House Valuation

More Information Instant House Valuation With your local agents