City Road, Radnage
A stunning detached 5 bedroom Grade II listed residence full of original character and charm, with just under 5 acres of garden, paddock land and stables. Situated discretely within the popular village of Radnage.
The property has been a much loved family home for over 30 years and during this time this 17th century property has been beautifully maintained and looked after, ready for the next lucky owners.
The property consists of: Oak framed entrance porch which leads to the reception hallway and dining room. From the dining room the hallway continues to the kitchen and utility room. The fabulous hand crafted bespoke dual aspect kitchen really is the heart of the home, a great place to socialise with friends or simply for the family to gather at the end of the day. There is ample built in storage with integrated dishwasher, 4 oven oil fired AGA, double electric ovens and induction hob, granite work tops, built in fridge/freezer Belfast sink, middle island and door to the side of the property leading to the home office and garden.
Above the kitchen is a self contained bedroom with ensuite bathroom, this could work well as accommodation for an Au pair or a teenage den.
The well appointed utility room has space for white goods, sink with hot Quooker tap, separate WC and stable door to the garden.
From the reception hallway there is a staircase taking you to the upper two floors and another from the snug taking you to the 5th bedroom. The formal dining room is semi open plan to the main reception room with original open fire place, which flows into the snug area with cosy wood burning stove and French doors leading to the terrace and garden.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms all enjoying views over the owned paddock land and countryside views beyond, and a modern family bathroom with slip bath and heated towel rail.
On the top floor there is a grand master suite with walk in dressing room and ensuite wet room with rainfall shower, double sinks and a heated towel rail.
The property comes with just under 5 acres of land and gardens and various out buildings. Along with the main house there is also a separate home office with WC, dog kennels, garden store, traditional granary that could service many uses, a 2 car carport, garage, and tractor store.
The south facing garden is approximately 1 acre including the old grass tennis court and in the summer is full of colour and interest, especially with the mature Wisteria in bloom beautifully framing the house, creating a stunning backdrop from the terrace and lawns. There is also an established pond and a vegetable growing area, lovely fruit trees including, cooking & eating apple, pear, cherry, medlar, mulberry and also a walnut and almond. The remaining acreage is grazing land for live stock or horses with mature hedging at the far end for shelter and a block of 3 stables. Radnage is well known for it excellent bridleway network and safe hacking.
Other notable features include: oil fired central heating and private sewerage that is exempt from changes in 2021.
Radnage is a small village located in the Chiltern Hills and occupies some of the most beautiful countryside in the county with quiet country lanes and an assortment of traditional farmhouses, cottages and detached homes. The village has a 12th century church and two thriving pubs. There are also a number of exhilarating walks and rides in the immediate vicinity. Despite its rural atmosphere, the village is close to High Wycombe, Stokenchurch, Chinnor and Princes Risborough as well as being a short drive from the M40 motorway. High Wycombe town centre has recently undergone a transformation with The Eden retail development now being the heart beat of the town. Here, one can find an excellent range of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities.
In terms of schooling, the village has a well-regarded combined school, as well as nationally recognized senior schools such as the Royal Grammar School, Wycombe High, John Hampden Grammar School, Godstowe and Wycombe Abbey private schools. Wycombe Abbey has been consistently ranked one of the top all-girls school for academic result in England. Schooling is clearly a major factor why so many people like to buy properties in Radnage, but it is also it`s accessibility to London which appeals.
For the commuter there is easy access to the M40 motorway at Junction 5, providing links to Oxford, Birmingham and London. The nearest railway station is in High Wycombe with links to London Marylebone and Birmingham.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Wycombe District Council, Band G