Seemingly perched upon the hillside, with unrivalled views over the Thames Valley and as far as Ascot, this is a majestic family home offering generous accommodation and stunning aspects from every space. Recently refurbished and substantially extended, the property is approached via electronic gates and a gravel driveway, and has been thoughtfully arranged to showcase what surely are some of the most beautiful and extensive vistas of the region. The entrance hall on the ground floor leads through to excellent, flexible living space, with 4 reception rooms (currently including a media room and music room) and a fantastic living room with double doors giving access to the expansive Yorkstone terraces to the front of the property. The bespoke kitchen with granite surfaces leads through to a triple aspect dining room, and a further wing encompasses a utility room, shower room, ample storage and large family/games room. Upstairs, the master suite with en-suite shower room and separate dressing room has not only dual aspect windows, but double doors leading to a sweeping balcony. Two further bedrooms also have doors to this balcony, with a third bedroom, 2 shower rooms, and a family bathroom accessed from the landing. A guest suite comprising 2 bedrooms and a shower room is found in the East wing of this floor. A further balcony wraps around these rooms, and this part of the property can be accessed by an external staircase, making it an ideal space from which to run a business or home office. Here one can easily blend indoor and outdoor living; with open terraces, a large swimming pool with Yorsktone surround, a Macadam porous surface tennis court and landscaped grounds in excess of 2 acres. The Poolhouse currently comprises a gym, office and store room, and at over 68 square metres is truly an exceptional addition to the main house. Council tax band H - 2012/13 £2934.44. Local Authority- Wycombe District Council Directions: From our offices in Hart Street, Henley on Thames take the A4130 towards Hurley for approx 3.5 miles. Keep left on to Hurley Lane. Join the A404 and continue heading north. Turn off at the Marlow/Bourne End exit. Take the third exit onto the A4155 towards Bourne End for approx 1.8 miles. Turn left in Elm Lane and continue up the hill. Elm Lane runs into Chapman Lane and Westwinds will be found on the right hand side. The property is situated within easy reach of many local schools and amenities on the outskirts of Bourne End on the River Thames, The river is located only a few minutes walk from the house. Bourne End has and array of shops and restaurants as well its own railway station that connects to Maidenhead with mainline access to London Paddington. Beaconsfield Station is 5.2 miles distant and provides mainline access to London Marylebone. The M40 and M4 motorways give ready access to London, Heathrow Airport and the M25. Westwinds has the best of both worlds being situated in a quiet, commanding rural location with breathtaking views, yet near to London and all local schools and amenities.