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image  George Green Road, George Green, Buckinghamshire, SL3

image Sold

image 5 BEDROOMS
image Sold (Freehold)


 Charming Georgian Home
 Detached Mews House
 Well Presented Throughout
 Set within 3.9 acres

Property Description

A handsome listed Georgian attached family home with its own detached mews cottage, range of outbuildings and greenbelt acreage in total around 3.9 acres. Total Floor area of the house 2686 sqft Outbuildings total 432 sqft Airports Heathrow approx. 9m Luton approx. 33m Gatwick approx. 48m Westmoor House, built in 1798 has been in the same family since 1958 and as time moves on this handsome Georgian property is now available for sale. This unique and well cared for home is an oasis in the midst of urban sprawl surrounded by open greenbelt land, an abundance of wildlife is a tranquil and peaceful setting. The property sits at the end of a no-through private drive that is shared between Westmoor House and its neighbours that were formerly as one and over time have been divided into three magnificent family homes, with later additions and many internal improvements. The property has generous parking to the front for numerous vehicles, patio, garaging, workshop, office and log store. The gardens overlook greenbelt land, paddocks and fields. Previous history confirms the house was the former Rectory to Langley Marish and was the home of the lay rector and owner of the tithes. Distant relations link back to the Nash family the grandfather being a yeoman farmer dating back to the fifteenth century. Later in the middle of the eighteenth century, Richard Nash of Upton Court was a person of substance, and his son William increased this legacy. William who followed him was well to do, inherited enough money to purchase the Langley acres and the tithes. He lived at Langley House. William Nash out of a family of nine, produced four remarkable sons, William, Zachary, John and Henry. It was Zachary who rescued Langley Rectory when it was slipping through William's fingers in the later years. Please call Warren Property Matters on 01753 625 101


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