Located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is this Grade II listed mansion with breath-taking views over Hughenden Valley. The property is being sympathetically renovated to provide high specification contemporary living - with many apartments in the mansion house retaining the traditional features. The development offers a mix of apartments and duplex apartments, all designed for modern living. Each apartment has allocated parking and access to the communal grounds.
Situated in the Grade II listed mansion house, this three double bedroom apartment retains many traditional features including high ceilings and feature bay windows. The property is accessed via a private external staircase. The accommodation comprises open plan kitchen/dining room/sitting room, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Ideally placed for the commuter, Uplands is just 1.5 miles from High Wycombe train station with trains to London Marylebone in approximately 27 minutes, whilst Junction 4 of the M40 provides access to the national motorway network and Heathrow airport. Uplands is located within the village of Cryers Hill, which benefits from a local post office and shop, and public house. Further local amenities can be found at Hazlemere Parade, including a Co-Op Foodhall, butchers, fish & chip shop, florist and other independent shops. Nearby villages such as Hughenden Valley, Great Kingshill, Prestwood and Widmer End all provide further amenities for daily needs, and High Wycombe offers more comprehensive shopping, leisure, cultural and business facilities.
Whilst being in such an accessible position, protected open countryside and parkland is nearby. Disraelis former estate at the National Trust owned Hughenden Manor is just over two miles away. The property is within catchment for nationally regarded schools in both the public and private sectors for children of all ages, including nationally renowned Grammar schools, Godstowe, Wycombe Abbey, and Pipers Corner.
Set within approximately 18.5 acres, the Victorian mansion was originally built in 1859 as a private family home. The property was further extended in the 1980s when it was transformed into a conference and training centre for Nationwide Bank and then a 4* hotel. The property was awarded Grade II listing in 2014 as it has much local historical importance.
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