Careys New Homes - Terriers Court, HP13
Prices from £650,000 to £675,000
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Terriers Court is located between High Wycombe and Hazlemere, adjacent to pretty tree-lined country roads yet close to amenities and within walking distance of two local inns and a bakery. In the Medieval period, this area was at the edge of Wycombe Heath, a huge open expanse of 4,000 acres that stretched to Amersham.
Across the road a blue plaque commemorates the birth place of Sir Geoffrey de Havilland, a British aviation pioneer and aircraft engineer.
Terriers Court lies at the centre of the 324 square miles of open countryside that is the Chilterns, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Known
for its crisp, clean air and breath-taking scenery characterised by soft rolling hills and lush wooded valleys, the Chilterns are peppered with pretty market towns and some stunning National Trust properties
Contemporary, stylish and practical, the interiors at Terriers Court havebeen designed to complement a busy lifestyle with time and energy saving features, flexible open-plan accommodation, generous storage space and exceptional finishes.
Kitchens are individually designed and supremely practical with intelligent features and stylish appliances that are also chosen for their efficiency.
Finishes have been hand-picked for their elegance and durability;bathrooms are sleek and pristine, yet eminently functional. Energy-efficiency is at the forefront of our philosophy so low energy lighting and external motion sensor controls come as standard. Each home is built using construction techniques and methods that are sympathetic to the environment.
With a diversity of layout and size, yet with the essential qualities of superb design, build and finish, the signature homes at Terriers Court succeed on every level.
Terriers Court sits in a beautiful part of the country with a great mix of untamed and formal open spaces, a choice of sporting activities, superb shopping facilities and a reputation for educational excellence. In contrast to the deep valleys and rolling farmland of the Chilterns, Hughenden Park consists of 25 hectares of beautiful parkland trees with magnificent views across open countryside. There are beech tree walks, summer orchids, wildflower banks and glades full of butterflies. Its centrepiece is Hughenden Manor, owned by the National Trust and once the country home of Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli There are bars, cafés and restaurants as well as a theatre, bowling and a cinema in the thriving market town of High Wycombe. Less than 2 miles from Terriers Court, High Wycombe is home to the Eden Shopping Centre, an entertainment and retail centre with flagship stores M&S and House of Fraser in addition to a kid’s corner and a good selection of food outlets.
The region is acknowledged for the excellence and abundance of its colleges, state and independent schools and pre-schools. The nearby Royal Grammar School, Wycombe Abbey School and the Sir William Ramsay School are acknowledged to be among the regions’ best.
High Wycombe lies almost equidistant between Oxford and central London with fast motorway links making the 30-mile commute to either city entirely viable. Junction 4 of the M40 is around 3 miles from Terriers Court and the M25 is just 12 miles to the south-east. High Wycombe station is a 5-minute drive or a 30-minute walk and it provides fast and frequent services to London Marylebone in as little as 30 minutes. The nearest access to underground services is at Amersham, less than 7 miles away, where the Metropolitan line connects to the London tube network. The proximity of Luton and Heathrow Airports makes overseas travel a pleasure and will facilitate speedy flight departures with a far-reaching and varied choice of destinations.
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