The eastern wing of a substantial Edwardian country house occupying a wonderful position with spectacular views.
Boddington East is a major part of a substantial Edwardian detached property dating from 1901, which was divided into two separate residences in the 1950’s. The elegant accommodation still retains many of the original features including cornicing, fireplaces and parquet flooring.
The front door opens into a lobby leading through into the impressive reception hall, off which lie all the principal reception rooms and the staircase to the first floor. The main sitting room is beautifully proportioned and has a deep bay window optimising the views. The study, dining room and kitchen/ breakfast room all have the same spectacular view. The latter is well equipped with a door out onto a raised terrace perfect for outside entertaining. Completing the ground floor is a pantry and a useful utility room and a comfortable family room.
On the first floor there is lovely master bedroom suite with a deep bay window in the bedroom and the most spectacular view. The en suite bathroom enjoys the same view. There are four further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is a large walk in airing cupboard on the landing and access to the large loft, accessed by an electric loft ladder.
The grounds are nothing short of spectacular, south facing and with a commanding view. There is a formal garden of about one acre, laid predominantly to lawn with terraces, flower and shrub beds and an orchard. Beyond the garden lies a two acre paddock and the vines of the award winning Hale Valley Vineyard.
The property is approached via a sweeping driveway that leads to three properties sharing the original courtyard.
Standing in one of the most admired settings in Wendover, with fabulous southerly views across Chiltern countryside, the property is situated adjacent to Wendover Woods, which provides many miles of woodland trails and bridle ways. The village centre is just a short distance, with its eclectic mix of shops, pubs and restaurants. Wendover also offers a Library, Dentist, Health Centre and Chemist. For the sport minded in Dobbins Lane you will find the Tennis Club, together with the Squash and Bowls Clubs. Nearby are some lovely rural walks, bridle paths and cycle routes, Coombe Hill, Wendover Woods and the disused arm of the Grand Union Canal. The station is within reasonable walking and offers a frequent service to Marylebone (within 45 minutes) on the award winning Chiltern line. The A41(M) can be found between Aston Clinton and Tring, offering a swift connection to the M25. Alternatively the M40 is at High Wycombe.
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