8 Bedroom Detached House to rent in Park Road, Stoke Poges, Slough

8 Bedroom Detached House - £7,500 Monthly

Park Road, Stoke Poges, Slough



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First listed on: 20th October 2021

Nearest stations: Slough (1.9 mi)Burnham (Buckinghamshire) (2.5 mi)Langley (Berkshire) (3.2 mi)Taplow (3.7 mi)Gerrards Cross (3.8 mi)

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A fine 8 bedroom Georgian House
Built by the renowned architect James Wyatt, Elegy House (formerly The Old Vicarage) is believed to date from around 1802 with later additions, and is concealed by established copse bordering Park Road.
Period features, within beautifully presented accommodation of some 5000 square feet, arranged over four floors.

The layout is suited to both family living and more formal entertaining with the principal reception rooms adjacent at the front of the house. To the rear is the kitchen/breakfast room which leads through to the large dining room complete with ornate hand painted walls in the Chinese style, both with views over the gardens and aglazed door leads from the dining room to the garden.
The house has been thoughtfully designed with bespoke kitchen cabinets repeating the Georgian gothic style of the original architecture. There are a wealth of original features including tall oak panelled doors with pediment architraves. The windows include sash and leaded and have concealed sliding shutters to many rooms. All this is complemented with modern conveniences for today's living. There is much of note: the drawing room is a bright, double room with ornamental arch and cornicing to the high ceilings and dual aspect views to the front and side through large sash windows with working shutters. The focal point is the chimney piece with log effect gas fire and ornate surround. The adjacent sitting room was once the study and is still used as an office. At 20'3 x 19'6, the impressive dining room is perfect for family gatherings or large scale entertaining, with an appealing chimney piece and attractive deep bay window. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of bespoke pale painted units, topped with wooden surfaces, and a central island unit with a Neff 6 ring gas hob with extractor hood above. In addition, there is a Neff double oven and a microwave/combi oven. The spacious utility room has a quarry tiled floor, butler sink, French doors to the garden, a door to the garage and plumbing for a washing machine. From an inner hall, stairs lead down to the basement with a large cinema room, a wine cellar and a useful family room or play room.

The first floor landing offers access to the four bedrooms on this floor and stairs to the second floor with a tall window providing views across neighbouring countryside,and the secondary landing. The master bedroom is a fine room with sash windows and door to the en suite bathroom with both a shower cubicle, a bath and a pleasing white suite. Next door is bedroom three which is
used as a dressing room. There is a well appointed guest suite with en suite bathroom and a further double bedroom and family bathroom room on this floor. The second floor provides four further bedrooms and a bathroom, all with good ceiling heights which might be useful as teenage, au pair or study accommodation,according to personal requirements. These rooms enjoy some of the best views from the house, particularlybedroom eight.

Garage and Store
Both attached to the house. The double Garage is off the utility room and is built to complement the style of the main house. The store is opposite the garage and offers usefulstorage/workshop space.

The Gardens
The mature gardens have been carefully landscaped to provide year-round interest, with tall trees, hedges and copse providing screening and privacy to the front and sides. The rear garden is arranged as lawn, crossed by long gravel
paths. Formal planting of shrubs and herbs in two central beds are edged with clipped box hedging. The swimming pool has a retractable, telescopic cover and length of 30' with a depth of 3' extending to 6'6. A summer house has a fine
view across the garden to the swimming pool and is ideally placed to enjoy the afternoon and evening sun. There is open pasture land beyond the rear boundary.

To the front the drive opens into a large parking area and continues to the garage and to the secondary drive. There are established trees and shrubs forming a copse.

Situation
Stoke Poges is mentioned in the Doomsday Book and is famous for the poem "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard" written by Thomas Gray. Stoke Poges is also known for its open fields, meadows, beech woods, extensive common and heath land, and nearby Gerrards Cross.


A fine 8 bedroom Georgian House
Built by the renowned architect James Wyatt, Elegy House (formerly The Old Vicarage) is believed to date from around 1802 with later additions, and is concealed by established copse bordering Park Road.
Period features, within beautifully presented accommodation of some 5000 square feet, arranged over four floors.

The layout is suited to both family living and more formal entertaining with the principal reception rooms adjacent at the front of the house. To the rear is the kitchen/breakfast room which leads through to the large dining room complete with ornate hand painted walls in the Chinese style, both with views over the gardens and aglazed door leads from the dining room to the garden.
The house has been thoughtfully designed with bespoke kitchen cabinets repeating the Georgian gothic style of the original architecture. There are a wealth of original features including tall oak panelled doors with pediment architraves. The windows include sash and leaded and have concealed sliding shutters to many rooms. All this is complemented with modern conveniences for today's living. There is much of note: the drawing room is a bright, double room with ornamental arch and cornicing to the high ceilings and dual aspect views to the front and side through large sash windows with working shutters. The focal point is the chimney piece with log effect gas fire and ornate surround. The adjacent sitting room was once the study and is still used as an office. At 20'3 x 19'6, the impressive dining room is perfect for family gatherings or large scale entertaining, with an appealing chimney piece and attractive deep bay window. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of bespoke pale painted units, topped with wooden surfaces, and a central island unit with a Neff 6 ring gas hob with extractor hood above. In addition, there is a Neff double oven and a microwave/combi oven. The spacious utility room has a quarry tiled floor, butler sink, French doors to the garden, a door to the garage and plumbing for a washing machine. From an inner hall, stairs lead down to the basement with a large cinema room, a wine cellar and a useful family room or play room.

The first floor landing offers access to the four bedrooms on this floor and stairs to the second floor with a tall window providing views across neighbouring countryside,and the secondary landing. The master bedroom is a fine room with sash windows and door to the en suite bathroom with both a shower cubicle, a bath and a pleasing white suite. Next door is bedroom three which is
used as a dressing room. There is a well appointed guest suite with en suite bathroom and a further double bedroom and family bathroom room on this floor. The second floor provides four further bedrooms and a bathroom, all with good ceiling heights which might be useful as teenage, au pair or study accommodation,according to personal requirements. These rooms enjoy some of the best views from the house, particularlybedroom eight.

Garage and Store
Both attached to the house. The double Garage is off the utility room and is built to complement the style of the main house. The store is opposite the garage and offers usefulstorage/workshop space.

The Gardens
The mature gardens have been carefully landscaped to provide year-round interest, with tall trees, hedges and copse providing screening and privacy to the front and sides. The rear garden is arranged as lawn, crossed by long gravel
paths. Formal planting of shrubs and herbs in two central beds are edged with clipped box hedging. The swimming pool has a retractable, telescopic cover and length of 30' with a depth of 3' extending to 6'6. A summer house has a fine
view across the garden to the swimming pool and is ideally placed to enjoy the afternoon and evening sun. There is open pasture land beyond the rear boundary.

To the front the drive opens into a large parking area and continues to the garage and to the secondary drive. There are established trees and shrubs forming a copse.

Situation
Stoke Poges is mentioned in the Doomsday Book and is famous for the poem "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard" written by Thomas Gray. Stoke Poges is also known for its open fields, meadows, beech woods, extensive common and heath land, and nearby Gerrards Cross.
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