Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
Enjoying a convenient position within this tree lined road on the outskirts of Maidenhead town is this selection of four individually designed one and two bedroom flats with the benefit of parking. Formerly a double fronted Victorian town house, the property has been intelligently converted to offer both duplex and conventional style flats all with en suite facilities.
Accessed via the communal entrance hall this delightful two double bedroom, two bathroom comes complete with a fully fitted kitchen with a range of integrated appliances, parking for one car plus visitors and also benefits from a share of the freehold.
St Luke’s Road is a popular residential road situated within close proximity to Maidenhead town centre, which offers comprehensive shopping facilities, a leisure centre, a multi-screen cinema and a wide selection of bars and restaurants. The area is also well served for schooling, recreational and sporting facilities.
Walking and cycling along the Jubilee River to the
historic towns of Windsor and Eton, or along the
Thames towpath to Cookham & Marlow can be
easily accessed and enjoyed from this location. The property also lies within two miles of the picturesque Thameside village of Bray, renowned for its excellent Michelin restaurants, including The Waterside and The Fat Duck. For the commuter, the town’s mainline train station provides frequent
services to London Paddington with fast trains taking under half an hour (currently 22 minutes).
The station will also form part of the much anticipated Crossrail expansion (scheduled for completion in 2019), and will then offer direct links into the heart of the capital, drastically cutting journey times to the West End, City and Canary Wharf.
For international travel, Heathrow Terminal 5 is situated just 12 miles away.
Master bedroom with ensuite shower room
Guest shower room
Second double bedroom
Share of Freehold
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