- Former Edwardian coach house extended and renovated to a very high standard
- Part vaulted entrance hall and open plan dining room
- Contemporary fitted kitchen/breakfast room and three receptions
- 17’ Master bedroom and three further double bedrooms
- Unique location just outside of Thame with fast access to the M40 motorway
- Beautiful gardens of about one third of an acre adjoining the Cuttlebrook
Greysmead Lodge offers a rare opportunity to acquire a former Edwardian coach house and stable block originally part of the home of the estate manager for Thame Park House, set in stunning elevated grounds including an area of woodland. Converted in the 1960’s and subsequently modernised and remodelled in 2006 the lodge now benefits from a spacious contemporary layout with a hint of the original 1960’s heritage.
On entering the property a large entrance hall with part vaulted ceiling leads to an open plan dining room with views over the rear garden which, in turn provides access to a double aspect 17’ kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a modern range of base and wall units with both access to the garage and rear gardens. Ground floor living continues with an impressive 22’ living room with fireplace and original 1960’s sliding pocket shutters and further double pocket sliding doors opening onto a large study which can also be used as a ground floor bedroom served by the adjoining shower room. First floor accommodation does not disappoint and features an impressive galleried landing leading to a 17’ master bedroom with en-suite shower room and three further double bedrooms served by a modern family bathroom.
Greysmead Lodge enjoys the benefit of beautiful secluded gardens believed to total approximately 0.45 of an acre, including mature woodland adjoining open farmland and the meandering Cuttlebrook tributary of the River Thame. The property will also appeal to those seeking extensive off-street parking facilities and garaging as the lodge benefits from both an integral garage and large detached timber constructed garage/workshop. The gardens are elevated and enjoy far reaching views over the adjoining open farmland. Directly to rear of the lodge the gardens are laid mainly to lawn with shrub borders leading down to the Cuttlebrook and an array of mature specimen trees, including three Poplars, pathway leading to woodland.