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The communal entrance to the apartment is found to the left of this impressive period mansion, as you approach it from the driveway. This particular apartment is located on the second floor towards the rear and as such enjoys superb views over the landscaped communal gardens and River Thames.
Upon entering the apartment, a light and spacious hallway affords access to all rooms. The delightful sitting room is well proportioned with a door opening out to a private balcony enjoying stunning views. The kitchen has been fitted with contemporary high gloss eye and base level units, complimented by a porcelain tiled floor. There is an integrated oven, hob and dishwasher with space available for a washing machine. Both bedrooms are generously proportioned double rooms with the master boasting a working feature fireplace and private balcony with the same lovely views over the grounds and River. The main bathroom and separate shower room have been luxuriously fitted with the former boasting a bath and separate shower cubicle.
The building is approached via a long shingled driveway which leads to a residents parking area, where the owners inform us they have two allocated spaces. The majority of the communal grounds lie to the rear and consist of a large expanse of lawn with mature tree and shrub borders and views towards the River Thames. There is gated access from the gardens to the towpath where some delightful walks can be enjoyed. Of note the apartment is sold with the benefit of a shed, which provides practical storage.
The property is situated in a highly sought after residential location, with the Thames towpath directly accessible from the garden. There are some delightful walks along this particular stretch with views of Cliveden and the Berkshire / Buckinghamshire borders. Boulters Lock, nature reserve and Boulters Inn restaurant are all within close proximity. Maidenhead town lies approximately 2 miles distant, offering an excellent selection of shopping and recreational facilities including an indoor shopping precinct, multi screen cinema and several leisure centres. Commuter links are excellent, with the mainline railway station providing fast trains to Paddington in well under half an hour. Of note the station will form part of Crossrail (2018) and will then afford direct services into the heart of the Capital, including Canary Wharf. By road, the M4 at Junction 7 affords swift vehicular links to London and the M25 motorway network.
Parking for two cars
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