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A charming and characterful three bedroom detached property dating back to we believe the mid 1930's. The property is presented in fine decorative order throughout and is available to the market with no onward chain.
Upon entering a welcoming hallway provides access to the main reception room which enjoys a front aspect via a bay window and features an attractive fireplace with inset 'Aga' log burner. The study which lies to the rear of the property is well proportioned and has the potential to be used as a dining room or fourth bedroom. The adjacent family room is a charming reception space with views over the rear garden, a corner fireplace with inset 'Aga' log burner and is located beside a truly impressive open plan kitchen/diner. This delightful room boasts a vaulted ceiling with true arch windows at either end and access via double doors out to a patio creating a superb light and airy entertaining space. The kitchen itself affords a comprehensive range of fitted eye and base level storage units with complementary work surfaces with further space and provision for free standing appliances under. A well appointed family bathroom completes the ground floor. To the first floor there are three bedrooms with the master enjoying a large walk in wardrobe. A second well appointed first floor family bathroom services all bedrooms.
Hurstfield Drive is located on the Bucks/Berks border and is an excellent location for commuters. The A4 Bath Road is close by which provides access to Maidenhead in addition to junction 7 of the M4 motorway. Taplow & Burnham Railway Stations are within 1.5 miles of the property, with both providing links to Paddington, both stations are set to benefit from the future Crossrail expansion estimated to be completed by 2019 providing additional high speed links into central London. There are local stores nearby in addition to a Sainsbury’s store within half a mile. The property also falls within catchment for some of South Buckinghamshire’s preferred primary and secondary schools including Burnham Grammar and St Nicholas. school in Taplow village.
To the front the property is approached over a driveway leading to a single integral garage. To one side of the drive there is a pleasant and well stocked front garden with path to the front door. Stepping out from the property to the rear is a raised patio with a purpose built food preparation area. To the right is a well maintained lawn which leads to a corner summer house. The summer house has the additional benefit of being fully insulated with power and light leading to it and could therefore be converted to be used as a office for those looking to work from home.
Large study/dining room/4th Bedroom
Ground floor bathroom
First floor bathroom
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