Guide price £1,550,000
A contemporary family home finished to a very high standard and enjoying a rural position. This impressive country residence offering over 5,300 sq. ft. of internal accommodation was built in 2006 and benefits from a wonderful elevated position lying between the villages of Great Horwood and Little Horwood. The house is presented to a very high standard and is ideally suited for small and large scale entertaining both inside the property and within the grounds. Under the guidance of the current owners great attention to detail went into the design and specification of the house, which can only be fully appreciated on viewing. Modern technology has been incorporated with ground source heat pump providing heating to the multi-zone underfloor heating to two floors, hard wired data network to all principal rooms, along with 6 zone audio system and central distribution point for TV and satellite. THE ACCOMMODATION A panelled solid front door with glazed sidelights opens into reception hall with solid oak staircase rising to the upper floors and all reception rooms radiating off. The split level sitting room enjoys the perfect proportions for entertaining with brick feature fireplace and picture windows featuring French doors, open on and provide views over the rear garden and rolling countryside beyond. Adjoining is the study and opposite lies the plant room housing the heat pump, Beam central vacuum system and security infrastructure. The main cloakroom lies across the hall and beyond is the stunning kitchen/breakfast/family room accessed via a pair of part glazed double doors. The bespoke kitchen is by Underwood Kitchens featuring an extensive range of base and wall levels units in polished American Oak and painted, along with matching island unit. Worksurfaces are Ubatub Stone and a black four oven electric AGA enjoys pride of place, framed by oak units. Appliances include a full height Miele fridge freezer and Miele dishwasher. The breakfast room enjoys a rural outlook with family room on a higher level and lying beyond is the fitted laundry room, second cloakroom and boot room with vanity unit and fitted coat cupboards. FIRST FLOOR The master bedroom suite enjoys fine views over the open countryside from the full height picture windows and benefits from fitted dressing room, fully tiled bathroom with wet room and stairs rise to another room providing further dressing room, gym or study depending on one's requirements. Five further double bedrooms lie on this floor and all have access to en suite shower rooms albeit four of the bedrooms share two ''Jack and Jill' shower rooms. The landing provides access to communication cupboard and underfloor heating manifolds. SECOND FLOOOR An oak staircase gently rises to two separate areas currently being utilised as a games room and cinema room, but easily adaptable to provide additional bedroom accommodation if required. OUTBUILDINGS A pair of electric remote controlled hardwood gates open onto the surface dressed drive providing off road parking and access to the oak framed triple car port, of which one bay is enclosed and used as a workshop. A run of single storey outbuildings currently provide three stables and a tack room with separate secure garden store and outside W.C.. Attached on the outside is a Rolec electric car charging point. Across the drive is a further annexe building, a weathertight shell (with power, water and electricity) which could provide additional outdoor home office or gym facilities depending on one's requirements. GARDEN AND GROUNDS The front garden is partly enclosed behind a brick wall and is laid to lawn with pathway meandering up to the front door. Picket gates lie either side of the house allowing access to the rear garden. Running along the rear of the house is an area of hard landscaping with two feature ponds and a paved seating area between. The terrace overlooks the rear lawn and down to the Ha Ha and open countryside beyond. A raised gravelled entertaining area overlooks a filtered pond with maturing willow offering dappled shade. LOCATION The picturesque village of Great Horwood offers a combined first and middle school, places of worship, a garage and two public houses, together with football and cricket clubs. More comprehensive facilities can be found in Milton Keynes including mainline railway service to London Euston. Winslow includes the site of a proposed railway station and provides for most day to day needs. The village is in the catchment area for The Royal Latin Grammar School in Buckingham. A wealth of schools, colleges, both state and independent are available including university in nearby Buckingham. PROPERTY INFORMATION Services: Mains water and electricity. Klargester septic tank drainage. Ground source heat pump. Local Authority: Aylesbury Vale Council. Tel: 01296 585858 Outgoings: Council Tax Band "H" Tenure: Freehold. EPC Rating: "B" Viewing: Strictly by appointment through the sole agents Jackson-Stops. 1 Market Place, Woburn, MK17 9PZ. Tel - 01525 290 641 Additional Land - Additional land could potentially be available subject to negotiation. DIRECTIONS MK17 0NZ From Milton Keynes follow the signs to Buckingham on the A421. After negotiating the Whaddon roundabout take the next turning on your left signed to Little Horwood. Just before you enter the main part of the village, take the turn on your right and after negotiating a sweeping left hand bend the drive to Sunny Hill House will shortly appear on your left.
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