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This outstanding Tudor style house, built in the 1930s has now undergone restoration and extension under the present ownership. It offers a hugely stylish and contemporary interior, which sympathetically enhances the original house, whilst
affording some striking spaces focused around family life and entertaining. Entry to the house is via a lovely reception hall, with stone fl oor and newly constructed staircase, which leads through
to the rear of the house. The 50’ combination of the drawing room leading into the dining room is impactful, not least for the double height vaulted ceiling above the dining room. This impressive
entertainment space features a timber lined ceiling, stone fl oor, zinc topped bar with fridge and freezer, integrated fitted unit (housing TV and control units) and a feature fi replace with log
burner, leading to the vaulted dining area with under fl oor heating. The dining room double doors open onto a raised deck area. The 32’ ‘home hub’ of the combined kitchen/breakfast/family
room has woodblock fl ooring and a bespoke kitchen, designed and installed by Ham Interiors in 2013 featuring: two glass fronted wine stores, electric AGA with companion double oven and 4 burner gas hob, two Miele dishwashers, SubZero fridge/freezer, black granite worktops, butlers sink, hot/cold filtered water tap and fi replace with log burner. The glass fronted pantry has been matched to the kitchen and contains a Miele oven and microwave, Scotsman icemaker and a black granite work top to the storage unit. A generous utility room houses a Miele washer/drier, water softener and leads into the stylish cloakroom with
feature copper sided basin. The wood panelled study reflects a period style with bespoke joinery and fi replace, with the snug being fitted with surround sound and an integrated cupboard
for the TV controls and security cameras. The rebuilt staircase curves up to the partially galleried landing. The guest suite is presently used as the master bedroom, has a hard wood floor, air conditioning and an en suite shower room with under floor heating. To the rear of the house is the second master suite, also with air conditioning and en suite bathroom with under floor heating and joinery by, Mark Wilkinson. Three further double bedrooms, share a Mark Wilkinson family bathroom with under floor heating.
The property is conveniently located on the south eastern fringes of Maidenhead and borders the picturesque Thameside village of Bray. Local features include Michelin Star restaurants ‘The Fat Duck’ and ‘The Waterside Inn’ , Maidenhead & Bray cricket club, and Bray Lake. Commuter services are excellent with Maidenhead’s mainline railway station providing services to Paddington, with the much anticipated Cross Rail, directly into the City in 2018/19, whilst Windsor & Eton riverside affords services to Waterloo.
The gardens are a particular feature of the property, within level grounds of over three quarters of an acre. The front gardens have a pair of solid oak gates, leading to generous driveway parking. The rear gardens incorporate a detached double garage, with its gym, cloakroom and studio above, the large separate summer house, with fi tted kitchen and en suite shower/changing room and separate pool house. Great thought has gone into matching the design of these three outbuildings to the original house, to give a wonderful symmetry. The heated swimming pool is surrounded by generous terracing, which aff ords wonderful opportunities to entertain and enjoy this secluded setting.
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