Nash End Farm
Nash Road, Thornborough, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18 2DU
- Victorian equestrian property
- Five double bedrooms
- Five reception rooms
- Converted barn with cinema & gym
- Outbuildings, swimming pool, parking & garage
- Stables & paddocks
- 11.68 acres
- Village location
A Victorian five bedroom equestrian property with attached converted barn, 11.68 acre plot, a range of outbuildings, an outdoor swimming pool, gardens, garage and parking
This property has 6,550 sq. ft. of accommodation which includes a main house with four reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, boot room and cellar. One of the five double bedrooms has an en suite shower room and there is also a family bathroom. A further reception room links the house to the attached barn which includes a central open plan area, a cinema room, a gym and a first floor with two office/studios. The property also has stables, a tack room, a further outbuilding, landscaped gardens, fenced paddocks, an outdoor school and a heated outdoor swimming pool.
There is underfloor heating to the entrance hall, study, family room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and cloakroom.
Entrance Hall, Inner Hallway, and Utility Room
The entrance hall has tiled flooring, stairs to the first floor and a door to the inner hallway. This has a door and steps leading to the cellar and a door to the two piece cloakroom. The utility room has a butlers sink, a range of storage units with granite work surfaces, and space for appliances. There is also a boot room.
The sitting room and the dining room both have a fireplace with a marble hearth and surround. There is also a study and a family room with built-in storage.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room and Garden Room
The kitchen/breakfast room has a double stainless steel sink set into a base unit, a further range of units and granite work surfaces. There is an oil fired Aga, an integrated electric oven with a ceramic induction hob over, an integrated dishwasher and space for an American style fridge/freezer. The kitchen/breakfast room leads into the garden room which has a vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and beams, a wooden floor, a feature covered well and a door leading into the attached converted barn.
The galleried landing has doors to all five bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom has a fireplace, a dressing room with built-in wardrobes and an en suite with a WC, a wash basin and an extra sized shower cubicle. There are four further double bedrooms, two of which have built-in wardrobes and one of which has a fireplace. There are also wash basins in two of the bedrooms. The family bathroom has a wash basin set into a vanity unit, a WC, a bath and an extra sized shower cubicle.
The barn was converted circa 2005 and is used as a leisure complex. There is a room housing a Jacuzzi, a steam room and an extra size shower. This leads through to the main part of the barn which has a vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers, beams and stonework, and a wood burning stove. On each side of the barn are stairs leading to two versatile areas, each of which is currently being used as an office/studio. A further doorway in the barn leads to the cinema room and gymnasium.
The property has a plot of 11.68 acres of which 1.1 acres are formal gardens, 7.05 acres are paddocks and 2.8 acres are woodland. Gated access leads to a block paved area which extends to the side of the property, provides parking for a number of vehicles and leads to a detached timber garage and a storage area. A five bar gate opens into the stable yard where there is a hardstanding area providing further parking, stables - with water and electricity connected - a tack room and feed store, and a gate to the manège. A further gate leads to the post and rail paddocks which extend down to a copse area which is also owned by the property. The garden area is laid principally to lawn and has a range of mature planting and an outdoor swimming pool which is heated by an air source heat pump. There is also a raised decking area, a pergola, an open summerhouse with a thatched roof, and a putting green.
Situation and Schooling
The village of Thornborough has a church dating back to 1237 and a medieval bridge dating back to the 14th century. It is surrounded by countryside providing opportunities for walking and riding. There is also a public house, a primary school which is rated outstanding by Ofsted, a village hall, a sports field and a cricket club. Thornborough is in the catchment area for the Royal Latin Grammar School in Buckingham. There is also a range of private schools in Stowe, Thornton, Swanbourne, Beachborough, Akeley Wood and Brackley.