Quainton Road, Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire, HP18

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A rare opportunity to acquire this beautifully presented, double fronted four bedroom detached period home, offering outstanding uninterrupted countryside views to the rear. The property, which originally dates back to 1913, retains many original features including sash windows, solid fuel fire places, stripped pine doors and wooden floorboards. It offers spacious accommodation with tall ceilings throughout the house, giving a genuine period feel. There is also a home office /double study in a converted stable at the bottom of the garden.

Accommodation on the ground floor comprises of:

·         a superb size double aspect sitting room  with French doors leading to the rear garden,

·         a formal dining room,

·         an open plan kitchen / breakfast room with French doors leading to the rear garden,

·         a separate utility room and downstairs toilet with doors leading to the rear garden

The first floor offers two spacious double bedrooms, whilst the third and fourth smaller bedrooms can also accommodate double beds. There is a well presented family bathroom and a separate shower room, both with windows.


To the front there is a gravelled  drive with a parking space for two cars, and a gated access to the rear.

An extremely private garden to the rear affords bucolic views  over open meadows (designated as a local green space in the "Waddesdon Neighbourhood Plan") and comprises of a patio sitting area, as well as a generous size grassed area with attractive mature planting. 

An oak framed stable at the bottom of the garden which predates the house has been sympathetically converted into a double study / home office but could also be used as a music room or an artist’s studio. The building has electricity and telephone connections and is fully wired for the internet. It boasts Velux skylights, four casement windows (two in each room) and large double glazed picture windows, each end of the building under the eaves.

Behind the stable there is a lean-to shed suitable for the storage of garden utensils and DIY tools.

Other benefits to this lovely character home include being within walking distance of local amenities including outstanding Waddesdon schools and churches, surgery, dentist, veterinary surgeon and a local shop.


Drainage, electricity, gas, and mains water supply.

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