A beautifully presented and stylish, contemporary, four bedroom detached house that was built in 2006 to exacting standards. Located on a prime residential lane with far reaching rural views over the rolling Chiltern hills yet convenient for access to mainline rail links and the motorway network, offered with no onward chain.
The front door opens into a magnificent hallway where the staircase opens to a curved galleried landing and is lit by tall, elegant windows. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cream and coffee, gloss units fitted into an elegant curved peninsular unit with a pair of Siemens fan ovens with warming drawers, Siemens hob and an integrated dishwasher, plus two, tall, integrated fridge freezer units. The kitchen features a semi vaulted ceiling to give light and space. There is a generous dining area adjacent to the kitchen with a pair of double doors leading to the vaulted family room beyond. The utility room is fitted with a washing machine, tumble drier and water softener.
The elegant, principal living room is dual-aspect with doors to the terrace and an open fireplace. The dining room is front aspect with a bay window and high ceilings. There is also a study overlooking the front that is fitted with a comprehensive range of office furniture.
The magnificent oak staircase leads to the galleried landing where there are four bedrooms comprising of a master bedroom suite with fitted wardrobes and an ensuite shower room, a guest suite, also with ensuite shower, plus two further double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes. The family bathroom is fitted with a luxury Duravit bath, separate shower, W.C. and vanity unit.
Of particular mention is the underfloor heating throughout the property.
Outside, the mature gardens are southerly and enclosed with mature hedges that offer a high degree of privacy. The hard landscaping includes an Indian Sandstone entertaining terrace and paths around three sides of the property to the front.
Tarragon is approached along a winding private driveway serving just two properties, the drive opens up into a gravelled forecourt with parking for several vehicles and leading to an oak-framed double, car port with log store behind.