Summary

A stunning individual brick & flint detached house in this tranquil village enjoying marvellous views over countryside opposite , set in grounds of around two acres in total with swimming pool, private paddocks & stabling.

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • STUNNING INDIVIDUAL BRICK & FLINT HOUSE BUILT 12 YEARS AGO

  • A VERY HIGH SPECIFICATION WITH MANY OUTSTANDING FEATURES

  • OVER 2700 SQ FT OF ACCOMMODATION

  • SET IN HALF ACRE GARDENS PLUS TWO ACRE PADDOCKS WITH STABLING FOR 3 HORSES

  • SURROUNDED BY OPEN COUNTRYSIDE, TRANQUIL VILLAGE LOCATION

  • SEPARATE LANE ACCESS TO STABLES & PADDOCKS

  • WITHIN EASY REACH OF BOTH MARLOW & HENLEY ON THAMES


Description

'Cherry Tree' is a superb individual detached brick & flint house, in excess of 2700 sq ft, built for the present owners 12 years ago, set in a lovely village location with marvellous views over open countryside. The house enjoys a very high specification with great attention to detail & many features including underfloor heating and is set in lovely formal gardens with swimming pool, with private paddock land and stabling behind providing for 3 horses, with tack room & hay store approached by separate lane access from the road independent of the main entrance.

Location

Set in this tranquil Buckinghamshire village close to the larger shopping village of Stokenchurch, and within a fifteen-minute drive of the main riverside towns of Marlow & Henley on Thames, both with Stations to London Paddington (via Maidenhead & Twyford respectively, with Cross Rail scheduled in 2019). High Wycombe Station to London Marylebone is within 8 miles. For the London or Oxford commuter the M40 motorway at J5 Stokenchurch is within 2 miles.

Directions

From the centre of Marlow proceed west from the obelisk at the top of the High Street towards Henley. Turn right at Platts garage into Oxford Road, climb the hill into Chalkpit Lane & continue into the Frieth Road, pass through the hamlet of Bovingdon Green and all the way up to the village of Frieth (about 4 miles from Marlow). At the crossroads go straight across, passing the Prince Albert public house on the left-hand side. At the T junction turn left signposted Fingest, drive through the village with The Chequers pub on the left-hand side and Norman Church on the right-hand side, pass through the village following the sign to Ibstone, turn right, climb the Hill passing the village school on the right-hand side and the house will be found further along on the left-hand side facing the fields.

 

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