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Ready to put your own stamp on a house with great bones? This Edwardian family home on a pretty corner plot in Gerrards Cross has potential in spades – but can you guess how much it costs?

Built around 1909, Hillsborough Lodge has an impressive level plot – hello, light-filled corner with long driveway! – with plenty of space to expand and create your dream home. Inside, you’re looking at over 2,500 square feet of space to play with, and a blank canvas to add your own decor personality to.

Downstairs, there’s a large kitchen with massive windows (to best take advantage of that gorgeous green view, naturally) and an attached utility room. With built-in appliances, neutral cabinetry and decor, it’s ready to use ASAP.

On the other side of the large hallway, you’re looking at three reception rooms – a family living room and light and airy dining room, each with their own fireplace, and a study that the current owners are using as a music room with great views of the garden.

Upstairs, there are four bedrooms that are ideal for a family, all beautifully finished in neutral tones (although I think a pop of colour or statement wallpaper would work perfectly). There’s also a large family bathroom with a bath, and another bathroom with separate loo (ideal if you want to designate one for kids, one for adults).

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Now you’ve whet your whistle, how much do you think it costs? Drop your guesses in the comments below, and then head to the Strutt & Parker website to see if you’re right (no peeking!).

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