A truly individual family home standing in fabulous secluded grounds of approximately one acre in this peaceful hamlet.
Neild House was originally built in 1966 to a bespoke design providing notable light and airy accommodation to maximise the enjoyment of this wonderful setting. The layout offers huge versatility particularly for those looking for a work/life balance, including a generous self-contained annexe, which can be incorporated with in the main body of the house.
The front door open into a generous 'dogleg' reception hall with cloakroom and staircase to the first floor. There is large dual aspect sitting room, a separate dining room and well-proportioned study. The kitchen/breakfast room is will equipped with a comprehensive range of units incorporating granite work surfaces and integrated appliances. Off the kitchen lies the utility room with a generous store room. To the rear of the accommodation is a glazed family room over looking the garden.
On the first floor there is a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further bedroom and a family bathroom.
The self-contained annexe provides a sitting room, with a fitted kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom. This could easily be incorporated within the main body of the accommodation or alternatively could make a generous home office suite.
A wide driveway leads up to the property and to a semi integral double garage which lends itself to being converted into further accommodation. There is a large tarmac area providing plenty of additional parking and access to a further second double garage.
The grounds are an absolute delight offering complete privacy and interesting areas of garden within a garden. There is a sheltered kitchen garden which also has beautifully stocked flower beds which are a profusion of colour.
Behind the house is a large expanse of lawn with mature borders, leading down the recreation area. The heated swimming pool is surrounded by a large terrace with a pool house. The hard tennis court sits beyond the pool at the foot of the garden. The garden as a whole enjoys a westerly aspect.
The charming and little known hamlet of Beamond End is tucked away yet conveniently situated between Amersham and Hazlemere. Amersham offers a comprehensive range of shopping facilities including major supermarkets, comprehensive sport facilities and a frequent rail service on the Chiltern Line Marylebone or alternatively the Metropolitan line.
Buckinghamshire is renowned for its schooling with all the schools in the immediate vicinity achieving good or outstanding Ofsted reports. There is also the appeal of the Grammar school system with two of the best within 3 miles.
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