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Situated in the pretty village of Taplow, an impressive 2 bedroom conversion apartment occupying the ground floor of a beautiful Grade II Listed Victorian villa, featuring a blue plaque having being the home of poet and novelist Walter de la Mare.
The building retains the grandeur of the Victorian era with high ceilings, bay windows and period features such as cornicing, wooden floors and large windows. This apartment can be accessed via the communal hallway or it's own entrance through the terrace into the kitchen. The kitchen is appointed with a range of country style painted units with wooden worksurfaces and a breakfast bar. Integrated appliances include an oven, gas hob and extractor with space provided for a dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer.
A notable feature of this apartment is the sitting room which boasts grand dimensions of 18 x 20 ft with two bay windows and is further complimented with wooden polished floors and a fireplace with slate hearth. Providing additional living space as an office, gym or cinema room, illuminated steps lead to a 16 x 15 ft basement room with beamed ceiling, currently in use as a playroom.
Two bedrooms and a bathroom appointed with a traditional white suite including a standalone roll top bath complete the accommodation layout.
Located in a popular residential area occupying a corner plot on Rectory Road within the village of Taplow. Taplow has a charming green surrounded by St Nicolas Church, School and local pub while more extensive facilities are available in the larger centres of Maidenhead and Windsor.
The grounds of the National Trust Cliveden House are located less than 3 miles away offering stunning walks and gardens. Sporting/leisure facilities in the area include many notable golf courses, with riding and walking in Burnham Beeches and numerous sports clubs including tennis, rugby and football, various fitness centres and racing at Ascot and Windsor.
The property is ideal for London airports, with Heathrow approximately 20 minutes’ drive away. Road links are easily accessible via the A308(M) and M4 motorway.
TRAIN SERVICES: Regular services running from both Taplow (1.1 miles) and Maidenhead travel to Reading and London Paddington. The arrival of Crossrail in in 2019 is set to enhance commuting into central London.
This imposing property is approached through a wrought iron gate with path leading through the communal garden to the front entrance. Flat 1 benefits from it's own terrace and a garage with parking.
Client advises that there is a monthly service charge of £200 per month.
Start date of the lease: 2018
Duaration of the lease: 999 years
Unexpired term of the lease: 999
These fees include the building insurance and the ground rent.
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