This stylish detached house stands in a slightly elevated position with magnificent views across and down the Hambleden Valley. The accommodation is beautifully presented throughout and arranged over two floors with all the principal rooms enjoying the views. The kitchen is centrally located with an Aga and a large central island, specifically designed to create an informal dining area, from here you can step into a generous study, the main hall, and the reception room. Also located off the kitchen is the second hallway with a stable door leading out to the garden, and into the utility/boot room and garage. The reception room has been designed to either be open plan or divided with sliding "pocket" doors, each area has a wood burner and in the front section a stylish recessed library area.
Upstairs, all the bedroom are generous, the main bedroom suite has a dressing room and ensuite shower room, there is a second bedroom suite and two further bedrooms sharing the family bathroom.
Overall the house is light and bright, with impeccably presented and stylish decor.
Lowlands House is entered through automated gates onto a generous drive, leading up the house and the double garage. The borders are mature with specimen planting and a sweeping lawn. The rear garden has been curated to be a peaceful haven stepping out from the kitchen and living room with ornamental shingle, paving, a small lawn lawn and a patio area overlooking the rolling fields beyond. There is a substantial garden cabin (installed by our client as an art studio).
Of course, the overall features of the grounds are the epic views across the Hambleden Valley, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and there is no doubt Lowlands House is perfectly positioned to enjoy it.
Lowlands House is situated on the edge of the idyllic village of Fingest , often described as an example of an unspoilt Englsih village, centered around St Bartholomew's Church famed for its Norman origins and outstanding natural beauty, There is a local public House, The Chequers which enjoys an excellent reputation. The village enjoys a wonderful selection of footpaths and bridleways connecting the village with nearby Hambleden (with a local store), Turville, Ibstone, and Skirmett. The larger centres of Henley on Thames and Marlow are within easy reach as is the M40 (J5) and for rail, High Wycombe connecting London Marylebone.
Mains services: Electricity / water / private drainage, oil fired central heating
Council Tax: Buckinghamshire Council
Band G, £3,373.65 2022/2023
EPC Rating: E
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