- Unique architect designed house set in glorious gardens of about an acre
- Three spacious reception rooms and up to five generous bedrooms
- Outstanding location at the foot of the picturesque High Street
- Sought after Buckinghamshire village location
- Internal accommodation totalling almost 3000 square foot
- Flexible living in idyllic surroundings
A unique architect designed home located in arguably the most sought after location within the village, being only a stones-throw from St Mary’s church and the fifteenth century Courthouse. Gamekeep offers an extremely rare opportunity to acquire a unique architect designed residence set in stunning mature gardens of about an acre. Constructed in the early 1970’s from brick and natural stone elevations under a steep pitched clay tiled roof with distinctive dormers, the property was designed by award winning architects ADP Architecture Limited now based in Birmingham who clearly had a brief to showcase the beautiful part woodland surroundings. On entering the property, a split level entrance hall provides access to two distinctive wings. The north wing includes a large double aspect dining room, fitted kitchen with Aga and utility room whilst to the south, are two large principle reception rooms with views over the rear garden. The sitting room has a working fireplace with inset log burner and the family room currently has an en-suite bathroom and built-in wardrobes designed to be used as a ground floor bedroom. The first floor follows a similar theme with the south wing featuring a generous master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and extensive storage. The remaining three bedrooms are all of spacious dimensions and served by a family bathroom and a separate night cloakroom. Externally Gamekeep is approached via an impressive gravel driveway opening onto a turning area and parking with access to a detached double garage with boarded attic space above. Totalling about an acre the gardens surround the property and include two beautiful walled gardens to the south westerly aspect both laid mainly to lawn. The main gardens to the rear are also laid to lawn and extend into a beautiful woodland area with pathway following the northern boundary. Enclosed by a mixture of natural hedgerow and both brick and stone walls, the gardens offer peaceful seclusion, set in breath taking surroundings and are quite simply outstanding.