3 acres of land
Excellent equestrian facilities
Principal bedroom with dressing area and luxury en suite
Open plan kitchen and dining area
Triple aspect drawing room
Extensive driveway parking
Set in three acres of stunning gardens and grounds, this Grade II listed farmhouse oozes charm and character in a semi-rural setting, yet within easy reach of the amenities that both Windsor and Ascot offer. Built in 1829 by Lewis Rose, the property has been thoughtfully renovated over the years to offer an elegant and spacious family home in keeping with its original features. What’s more, Buck Farmhouse boasts excellent equestrian facilities.
The property is accessed via electric metal gates leading past the stables and paddocks to the farmhouse and paved driveway, offering plenty of space for vehicle parking.
The welcoming reception hallway leads to all the principal ground floor accommodation, including a spacious triple aspect drawing room with wonderful views of the grounds and two stunning feature fireplaces, and an impressive open plan kitchen/dining/oak room with comprehensive cabinetry, breakfast bar, wood flooring, integrated appliances and Aga. The Oak room offers panoramic garden views, a beamed vaulted ceiling, wood burner and garden access through French doors. There is also a cloakroom, utility room and boot room.
The upstairs accommodation comprises of a beautiful principal suite with fully fitted dressing area, en-suite bathroom and double aspect garden views. A further four double bedrooms (all with fitted wardrobes and dressing table), family bathroom with free-standing bath, and separate shower room complete the first-floor accommodation.
The stunning rear gardens are mainly lawn but there is a paved terrace that adjoins the farmhouse - ideal for alfresco dining and enjoying the summer sun. The property is further complemented by impressive equestrian facilities which is made up of six stables (two of which are foaling stables), 2 tack rooms, one with WC, hay store, three fenced paddocks (two of which have 10ft x 12ft field shelters) and a 40m x 20m manege.
Buck Farmhouse is ideally located for the array of boutiques, bars, brasseries and country pubs in nearby Ascot, Windsor, Virginia Water., Wargrave and Henley. The area also boasts some of the finest restaurants with Coworth Park in Ascot, as well as the Michelin starred Waterside Inn, Fat Duck and Hinds Head in Bray.
There are excellent transportation links as the property is 10 minutes from Twyford station, which is the Elizabeth Line, offering access to Paddington (25 minutes) and Tottenham Court Road (Soho, 23 minutes). By road Buck Farmhouse is convenient for the M4, M25, M3 and Heathrow Airport.
A number of renowned schools are also within easy reach, including Eton College, Lambrook, Heathfield, St George’s and St Mary’s Ascot as well as Wellington College.