This unique two-storey split level character home is the original orangery forming part of this prestigious development of a converted Edwardian mansion by Sir Edwin Lutyens, set in 17 acres of private grounds & woodland.

  • 3 Bedrooms

  • A two-storey split level character home forming part of this prestigious development of a converted Edwardian mansion by Sir Edwin Lutyens, set in 17 acres of private grounds & woodland.

  • Enjoying the great security & privacy of the development whilst enjoying its own private entrance and outside space with three terraces.

  • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms including principal suite, 2 reception rooms with galleried dining room, fitted kitchen

  • Garage in resident's compound plus two private spaces adjoining, communal facilities including swimming pool, tennis court & gymnasium.

  • Management fees paid up to July 2023




An imposing split level property forming part of an exclusive Grade II* listed character development created about 25 years ago by the conversion of a former Lutyens mansion house set in around 17 acres of private woodland, and formal grounds with communal swimming pool, tennis court and gymnasium. Built in 1908, Nashdom has previously been used as a private country house for a Russian Princess and later as a Benedictine Monastery and this intriguing property was originally the Orangery of the main house adjoining. Arranged over two floors with a flexible arrangement with three private outside terrace areas and a private entrance. The property enjoys a garage with electonic door in the adjoining gated residents compound, and two private spaces adjoining the property.


Situated in a tranquil location close to Cliveden, one of the great country houses of England., steeped in history but now owned by the National Trust , incorporating a high class hotel and The Cliveden Club with Spa, Gymnasium & Tennis centre.The village of Burnham is just over 1 mile, the village of Bourne End just over 2 miles, with stations to Central London Paddington from Taplow on the Elizabeth Line the with main towns of Marlow, Maidenhead and Beaconsfield all within 5 miles. The M4 motorway at Junction 7 Slough West and M40 motorway at Junction 3 Wycombe East are both within 3 miles.

Local recreational facilities also include golf at Lambourne, Burnham Beeches & Temple


From the centre of Marlow proceed east from the obelisk at the top of the High Street towards Bourne End. Cross the mini-roundabout into Chapel Street continue into Little Marlow Road. Pass out of the town, cross the A404 Marlow bypass and continue for a further 2 miles into the village of Bourne End. At the top of The Parade turn left with Brittons Solicitors office on the left hand corner into Cores End Road towards Wooburn Green. At the end of Cores End Road take the 2nd exit at the mini-roundabout and bear sharp right into Hawks Hill, Climb the hill, and at the T junction at the top turn right towards Cliveden and Burnham, shortly after The Feathers Pub/Restaurant which is almost opposite the main entrance to Cliveden House fork left into Taplow Common Road, and Nashdom will be found on the left hand side after approximately ½ mile on the corner of Nashdom Lane.

Alternatively leave the M4 at Junction 7 Slough West, turn left on to the A4 Bath Road towards Maidenhead, pass through the traffic lights at Huntercombe, continue to the next major roundabout, turn right into Lent Rise Road, pass under the railway bridge. Continue north, cross the roundabout into Taplow Common Road, continue for a further ¾ mile where Nashdom will be found on the right hand side.