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One of the oldest surviving buildings in Datchet, thought to date from the early 1500's, a charming and historic Grade II Listed two bedroom cottage, conveniently situated close to the heart of the popular Thames side village of Datchet.
Ground floor accommodation comprises an open plan sitting and dining area with features including an exposed brick fireplace, sash windows and original beams. This in turn leads to a well appointed kitchen with wooden units, granite worksurfaces, integrated dishwasher, fridge freezer, space for a washing machine and french doors opening onto the rear garden. The main family bathroom is also situated on the ground floor and comprises a contemporary white suite with inset shower. The first floor houses two bedrooms with the master benefitting from built in wardrobes, exposed beams and dual aspect front windows.
Datchet is a pretty Thameside village to the east of historic Windsor. With a traditional village green, shops for day to day needs, pubs and restaurants, Datchet provides many conveniences. Nearby Windsor provides a comprehensive range of shops, The Theatre Royal, The Castle and St George's Chapel. Communications are excellent with the M4 junction 5 about 1.5 miles away, providing access to the M25 Heathrow, London and the national motorway network. Regular commuter trains run from Datchet (to Waterloo) and from Slough (8 minute drive, to Paddington and Crossrail from 2019). Horton Road is in catchment for an excellent range of well regarded schools.
The property is approached via a mid height picket fence and path to the front door. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and bordered with panel fencing. Garden storage is provided by a timber shed and access to the rear is possible via a gate.
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