Westwood is an attractive detached family home built by local developer Clark Construction (South East) Limited in 2002 and to a high standard with great attention to detail.
Situated on a private plot of approximately 0.24 acre and located at the end of a private drive, this family home is conveniently situated within a short distance to local shops and amenities, also a walk or bike ride way from Beaconsfield’s main line train station.
The spacious entrance hall gives access to all of the ground floor accommodation, with doors opening to a large sitting room being dual aspect, which benefits from a light and airy feel and enjoys patio doors opening onto the private patio and gardens. There are two further reception rooms and a cloakroom. There is a fantastic fitted kitchen/family room with a range of built in appliances, ample fitted cupboards and drawers, butler sink and granite worktops. The family area has space for seating while enjoying the private views the garden offers. There is a further separate utility room with doors giving access to the side of the property and into garage.
On the first floor, the wonderful open plan landing gives access to the master suite with built-in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom. There are four further bedrooms, together with a family bathroom. The second floor offers a further impressive bedroom and en-suite bathroom.
The property still offers plenty of scope to add more accommodation (STPP) if required.
The rear garden enjoys a secluded feel being private with a large patio leading onto a lawned garden. There is outside lighting, tap and side access to both sides of the property.
There is a detached office to the rear and a large shed to the side.
To the front there is an extensive driveway, enclosed on all boundaries by mature hedging and various shrub borders.
Howe Drive is well situated under a mile from Beaconsfield New Town which offers an excellent range of shops including a Waitrose, Sainsburys and a Marks & Spencer Simply Food, plus a selection of cafes and restaurants. There is also a library and a main line train station with services to London (Marylebone, approximately 25-30 minutes).
Close by is the Old Town which provides an excellent range of restaurants and pubs together with some specialist shops. The M40 motorway is just over 2 miles away, providing fast access to the M25 and Oxford.
The area is well served with excellent schools, both grammar and private and this home occupies a lovely position close to some beautiful walks in nearby woods and through the southern edge of the Chiltern Hills.
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