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£1,350,000 Guide Price

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale

Curzon House The Row, Lane End, High Wycombe


Key Features

  • Detached Family Home
  • Character Features
  • Detached Garage & Outbuilding
  • Multiple Reception Rooms
  • Centre of Village
  • 10 Minutes From Marlow
  • Potential to Extend


This absolutely stunning red brick and flint detached house would make a fantastic family home, and it could be yours! Situated in the centre of Lane End village, directly opposite the village pond, it is ideally positioned for the village amenities and only a 10 minute drive from both Marlow and High Wycombe.

The accommodation on offer is both substantial in size and versatile in use, with 4 bedrooms upstairs, numerous rooms downstairs, and the potential to create 2 or 3 more bedrooms in the loft space. As well as that, part of the former village bakery is located in the garden and is ripe for renovation and conversion into further living space. 

The property was completed in 1880 and is constructed from red brick and knapped flint that was salvaged from the old prison in Aylesbury. High ceilings, pretty fire places, ornate cornices, sash windows and a large cellar are just some of the character features you will discover in this property, which also has a beautiful contemporary kitchen and modern bathrooms, including two en-suites.

The house was recently refurbished with new plumbing, boiler and electrics, and is neutrally decorated throughout, providing a blank canvas for the future owner

A pathway through the pretty front garden takes you to the front door of this gorgeous house. The entrance hallway is not huge but the high ceiling and neutral decoration gives just a hint of the grandness that you are about to experience. To the left is the first of several reception rooms. This one has a feature fireplace and lovely sash windows that provide a view of the lovely cherry tree in the front garden and the village pond beyond. Opposite this reception is another reception room, also with a feature fire place and also benefitting from those same views. Either of these rooms could be used as bedrooms if desired.

At the end of the hallway, you come to the impressive kitchen / dining room. This is a huge space with a very large dining space and a kitchen that has both character features and a contemporary finish. Fitted with wood laminate flooring, the kitchen has a range of cream and grey wall and base units, an integrated double oven, integrated fridge freezer, a combination of granite and wooden worktops and a double Butler sink. It is just stunning. You can just imagine the whole family sat around a dining table enjoying quality time together in this room. Truly the heart of this home, flooded with light from the enormous windows.

From the kitchen, there is a door to a large utility room and then the all important downstairs cloakroom. Meanwhile a door from the dining area leads down into the cellar which is perfectly dry and excellent for storage. 

Another door from the kitchen takes you into yet another reception room that could be used as a formal dining room. This room boasts another fireplace, this one even more impressive than the last. Off this room is the garden room that is substantial in size, south facing and boasts lovely views over the rear garden. We can see this room being used as a games room, or just somewhere to sit, read and potentially enjoy an afternoon doze!

A staircase in the entrance hall takes you up to the first floor. At the front of the house there are two very large double bedrooms, both dual aspect and enjoying views of the village pond and both benefitting from an en-suite shower room.  There is a third large double that is again dual aspect, a 4th small double bedroom and a large dual aspect family bathroom that has a bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin.

On the landing there is a hatch providing access to the loft. Thanks to the high pitch of the roof, this is a cavernous space which, subject to obtaining the necessary consent, could be converted to provide at least 2 or 3 further bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.

The gardens are a real feature of this house. There is a pretty front garden mainly laid to lawn, and a large and enclosed rear garden. A gate to the side of the house provides vehicular access to a long gravel driveway leading to a double garage as well as the attached former bakery.

The potential for this building is huge. It is already supplied with power and electric and, subject to gaining consent, it could be renovated and converted into a granny annex or maybe a space for an older child to call their own. The building may look a little wonky, but it has looked like that for years and offers so much potential. Please note that the Old Bakery measurements on the floorplan are only approximate.

Lane End is a village with many amenities, surrounded by gorgeous open countryside and situated equidistant from the historic riverside town of Marlow and the larger town of High Wycombe. Marlow offers a plethora of pubs, eating establishments and boutiques as well as access to the River Thames, whilst High Wycombe gives you access to a wide range of High Street shops, leisure facilities and a train station from which you can reach London Marylebone in just 20 minutes. The M40 can be reached in around 15 minutes and the M4 within about 20 minutes.


This home includes:
  • 1 - Entrance Hall

    Stairs to first floor. Doors to living room, another reception room and kitchen / dining room.

  • 2 - Living Room

    4.27m x 3.96m - 14'0" x 12'12"
    Feature fire place. Beige carpet. Window overlooking the front garden.

  • 3 - Reception Room / Bedroom 5

    4.27m x 3.89m - 14'0" x 12'9"
    Beige carpet. Feature fire place. Window overlooking the front garden.

  • 4 - Kitchen / Dining Room

    8.63m x 3.66m - 28'4" x 12'0"
    Superb kitchen / dining room with a modern kitchen and ample space for a large dining table and chairs. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units in cream and grey, granite work tops and integrated appliances as well as an old Rayburn (not currently working but could be restored). Windows overlooking the garden. Doors to the utility room, cellar, formal dining room, garden room and garden.

  • 5 - Utility Room

    2.64m x 2.35m - 8'8" x 7'9"
    Space for all your appliances. Window to the side elevation.

  • 6 - Cloakroom

    WC and sink. Large storage cupboard housing the boiler.

  • 7 - Formal Dining Room

    3.96m x 3.66m - 12'12" x 12'0"
    Stunning feature fire place. Two large storage cupboards. Glazed double doors out to the garden room.

  • 8 - Garden Room

    5.54m x 4.95m - 18'2" x 16'3"
    Large garden room / conservatory. Fully glazed and offering views over the garden.

  • 9 - Landing

    Carpeted staircase and landing. Doors to all the bedrooms and family bathroom. Hatch to loft.

  • 10 - Master Bedroom

    4.27m x 3.96m - 14'0" x 12'12"
    Large double bedroom. Dual aspect, providing an abundance of light and views over the front garden and pond beyond. Door to en-suite shower room.

  • 11 - Ensuite Shower Room

    White tiled walls. Shower, WC and wash hand basin.

  • 12 - Bedroom 2

    4.27m x 3.89m - 14'0" x 12'9"
    Large double bedroom. Dual aspect with views over the front garden and pond beyond. Door to en-suite shower room.

  • 13 - Ensuite Shower Room

    White tiled walls. Shower, WC and wash hand basin.

  • 14 - Bedroom 3

    Another large double bedroom with yet another feature fireplace. Dual aspect with views over the rear garden.

  • 15 - Bedroom 4

    3m x 2.67m - 9'10" x 8'9"
    Smaller than the others but still a small double bedroom. Views over the garden.

  • 16 - Family Bathroom

    2.72m x 2.7m - 8'11" x 8'10"
    Neutrally decorated with a window to the side and to the rear. Bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin. Two heated towel rails. Large airing cupboard.

  • 17 - Outbuilding - The Old Bakery

    4.7m x 4.69m - 15'5" x 15'5"
    Over two floors, this building is currently close to derelict but has bags of potential, subject to gaining consent for the refurbishment,

  • 18 - Double Garage

    5.79m x 5.51m - 18'12" x 18'1"
    Double garage with up and over door and a window to the side elevation. Door into the Old Bakery.

  • 19 - Cellar

    5.79m x 4.14m - 18'12" x 13'7"
    Large space, ideal for storage or, preferably as a wine cellar! Accessed from the kitchen / dining room.

  • 20 - Outside WC

    WC accessed from the garden.

  • 21 - Front Garden

    Mainly laid to lawn with a gorgeous cherry tree. Path leading to the front door. Surrounded by a lovely wrought iron picket fence. Enjoying views over the village duck pond.

  • 22 - Rear Garden

    The rear garden is a good size and mainly level. Mature trees and shrubs. Fully enclosed and very private. Beautiful.

  • 23 - Driveway

    The gravel driveway is gated and provides parking for several vehicles.

Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.


Additional Information:

  • Council Tax: Band F