Originally comprised of four cottages, with the oldest part of the house thought to date back to 1789, Great House has now been converted into one dwelling which was extensively renovated in 2010. It is a well presented six bedroom family home which retains a wealth of character features which blend seamlessly with more modern finishes. The kitchen /breakfast room is well appointed with a handmade kitchen from Martin Moore in Amersham, granite worktops, integrated appliances and range cooker. It is ideal for modern living, being adjacent to the family room and with doors facing out onto a south west facing patio and the main garden. The attractive open plan sitting and dining room with feature fireplace and exposed beams has doors to the patio and is an ideal space in which to entertain. A further reception room, currently used as a spacious study, looks out onto a picturesque garden area to the back of the property. There is a utility room and stairs leading down to a good sized cellar.
To the first floor, a half landing area lends itself to a further study space and leads on to the smallest of the first floor bedrooms. There is a striking galleried double height landing which leads to three good sized bedrooms, one of which is en-suite, family bathroom and the master suite. The master bedroom is an excellent size with a dressing room and generous well appointed bathroom.
The attic was converted in 2010 to provide a second floor comprising a large double bedroom, shower room and open plan snug / games room. Galleried and naturally lit, this area provides a wonderful further space for the family.
The house is located centrally within the plot and is surrounded by mature gardens, fruit trees and lawned areas on three sides. It is accessed via a gated carriage driveway and pretty front garden area, which also comprises a recently renovated large double garage and original blacksmiths sheds.