Mead Farm is ideal for those who are tired of city life, but want to stay close to the capital.
Grade II-listed Mead Farm is something of a picture-postcard property in the heart of the Buckinghamshire village of Farnham Common — not to be confused with Farnham, Surrey — ideal for those who are tired of city life, but want to meet their neighbours and stay close to the capital. Mead Farm is listed with Knight Frank for £1,295,000.
Underneath the wisteria cladding is a red- and grey-brick home of some five bedrooms and the property also includes a detached two-storey studio/home office, perfect for those looking to keep on home working post-pandemic.
The sitting room has a beamed ceiling and an inglenook fireplace with a wood-burning stove, along with a bay window with French doors opening to the garden.
The gardens extend to just over a quarter of an acre and are landscaped to a cottage-garden style, with an expansive area of lawn interspersed with well-stocked beds.
Furthermore, a large carp pond with a water cascade and bridge could inspire any owner to try their hand at becoming the next Monet.
Farnham Common, Buckinghamshire: What you need to know
- Location: Farnham Common is three miles north of Slough and three miles South of Beakonsfield. Both villages are bordered by Burnham Beeches.
- Atmosphere: The Buckinghamshire village has a small high street with a handful of shops and restaurants, as well as a selection of pubs.
- Things to do: Burnham Beeches and its 540 acres of ancient woodland is popular with walkers, cyclists and riders. Farnham Common is close to Beaconsfield, around five miles away, a pretty market town close to Slough and Windsor.
Schools: Farnham Common has excellent primary schools as well as nearby Burnham Grammar School.
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