Situated in the 'golden triangle' this three-bedroom apartment in Beaconsfield is on the market for a staggering £2,400,000 - but would you ever spend that much on a flat?

Granted you would get to live in an epic manor house with more floor space than your average house... 

This three-bedroom flat is situated in the rightfully named 'Poshers Court' on Gregories Road in Beaconsfield. 

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The property is set within the 'golden triangle' which is synonymous with London millionaire's fleeing the city for a bit more bang for their buck. 

Approached via a large driveway that sits within the manicured lawns of the property, your jaw would rightly drop as you reach the main house  - especially when you realise that you only get a small share of it for such a huge price.

Outside there are huge communal gardens that can be accessed directly from this ground floor flat. 

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Additionally the property has a large private terrace, plus underground parking for two vehicles and a private storage unit.

Recently developed to a high-specification throughout, everything about this property oozes opulence and luxury.

Shared amenities include an impressive resident's gym with a sauna.

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There's also a basement cinema and media room as well as a huge games room for all of the residents. 

Inside the flat there are three double bedrooms with en suites including a stunning master suite.

The master suite boasts a huge bedroom, enormous bathroom with a jacuzzi bath and walk-in shower as well as a walk-in wardrobe big enough for a collection of Hermes bags to rival the Kardashian's. 

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At the heart of the home is a huge open plan living and dining room with a kitchen and island spanning 29 by 21 feet. 

Finished to an impeccable standard the kitchen and reception rooms are ideal for entertaining with huge bifolding doors which access the spacious sun terrace. 

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There is underfloor heating, air-conditioning and sonos sound system throughout as well as key-less entry locking systems.

Find out more about the property on Zoopla.

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