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St Mary's Court
Victoria Road


2 bedroom

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Cognatum Property

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Two bedroom end of terrace cottage. On the ground floor is a spacious entrance hall with access to the downstairs shower/cloakroom. A glass panelled door leads into the large, open-plan sitting/dining room which has a feature fireplace with inset electric flame-effect fire. French doors lead out from the dining room to the private rear patio garden. The fitted kitchen is accessed via the dining room and has a range of modern floor and wall units with a built-in electric double oven and hob, integral dishwasher, washing machine/dryer and fridge freezer. There is a small breakfast bar and a part-glazed door out to the rear garden. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes, and a large bathroom which can be accessed from both the master bedroom and the landing. There is underfloor heating to the ground floor and electric storage and panel heating to the first floor, double glazing throughout the property and a partially boarded loft, accessed via a folding ladder, provides useful extra storage.


St Marys Court in Old Beaconsfield consists of 15 apartments, cottages and houses each with a patio or balcony giving views over landscaped courtyard gardens. The layouts are highly individual with 1100 to 1450 square feet of accommodation. The development occupies the site of the former Burnham Hall, a community facility in use until the late 1990s and is close to the weekly market and only a few minutes walk from the shops, restaurants and the historic inns of Old Beaconsfield.

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Beaconsfield New Town area has a Waitrose and a Sainsburys and a mainline railway station to Marylebone, London. The town is surrounded by acres of green belt and beechwoods with excellent walks - Beaconsfield means ‘a clearing in the woods‘ and was once the home of Enid Blyton. There are numerous leisure opportunities with golf, tennis, boating on the Thames and several places of interest nearby including Cliveden.


Beaconsfield is well placed for road and rail communications in the south of England being less than two miles from Junction 2 of the M4 motorway. High Wycombe is six miles and Amersham five miles. Windsor is about six miles and Ascot 18 miles. Central London is about 25 miles. The M25 motorway at Junction 16 is about seven miles. Fast trains to London (Marylebone) take just over half an hour. Heathrow Airport is about 14 miles. Gatwick and Luton are also easily accessible.

Type: Cottage
Year built: 2005
Tenure: Leasehold
Page Views: 390
Ground rent: Peppercorn
Annual service
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Lease length: 150 years from 2005
Managing Agent: Cognatum Property
Contact: Sales Office
Telephone: 01491 821170
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