Leighton Road, Wingrave, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP22

A substantial Victorian house set in wonderful gardens and grounds of just over two acres, situated on the edge of this popular Buckinghamshire village<br><br>House: Entrance hall &#124; Drawing room &#124; Dining room &#124; Sitting room &#124; Study &#124; Kitchen/breakfast room &#124; Utility/boot room &#124; Master bedroom with en suite shower room &#124; 5 Further bedrooms, one with en suite shower room &#124; Family bathroom &#124; Roof terrace &#124; Large eaves storage room &#124; Garage &#124; Parking &#124; Wood store &#124; Gardens &#124; Hard tennis court &#124; Paddock<BR /><BR />Annexe: kitchen, sitting room, bedroom and bathroom<BR /><BR />In all about 2 acres<BR /><br>The Hollies is a traditional red brick Victorian farmhouse constructed of brick under a slate tiled roof and is believed to date back to 1846. Over time it has been extended and now provides wonderful well-proportioned family accommodation over two floors with the benefit of a separate annexe if required.<BR /><BR />The interior is elegant and light and the ground floor accommodation flows well. There are many period features including oak floors, sash windows, high ceilings, deep skirting, dado rails and open fireplaces. The entrance hall has original Victorian floor tiles and accesses the three receptions rooms and the kitchen. The drawing room and dining room are situated to the front of the house both with lovely sash bay windows. An arched door from the drawing room leads through to a spacious sitting room with windows and French doors along one wall providing an abundance of light. Set just off the sitting room is a small study which links to the annexe accommodation.<BR /><BR />The kitchen/breakfast room has been fitted by Howden with a range of ivory wall and base units, complemented by a butler’s sink and integral appliances. There is also a white 4-oven Aga and a useful full height pantry. Adjacent to the kitchen is a useful boot room and utility with a door to the outside, plus a cloakroom. A second staircase leads upstairs.<BR /><BR />On the first floor there are six bedrooms, two with en suite facilities and one benefitting from a large roof terrace offering views out over the gardens. There is also a family bathroom and a spacious eaves storage room.<BR /><BR />The Annexe is attached to the main house with separate access and provides a fitted kitchen, sitting room, double bedroom and bathroom. <BR /><BR />House: Entrance hall &#124; Drawing room &#124; Dining room &#124; Sitting room &#124; Study &#124; Kitchen/breakfast room &#124; Utility/ boot room &#124; Master bedroom with en suite shower room &#124; 5 Further bedrooms, one with en suite shower room &#124; Family bathroom &#124; Roof terrace &#124; Large eaves storage room &#124; Garage &#124; Parking &#124; Wood store &#124; Gardens &#124; Hard tennis court &#124; Paddock<BR /><BR />Annexe: Kitchen &#124; Sitting room &#124; Bedroom and bathroom<br><br>The Hollies is approached through a pair of original wrought iron gates with railings running along the front. The driveway leads up the side of the house to a detached garage and a workshop/log store.<BR /><BR />The delightful gardens surround the house and are well kept with mature shrub and flower borders and rose beds. There are two separate terraces, one east facing and the other south facing, ideal for outdoor dining. The expansive lawns are interspersed with many established trees and there is also an orchard with a variety of fruit trees. At the rear of the garden is a hard tennis court as well as a grass paddock from where wide countryside views can be appreciated. <BR />

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