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Built in the late 1800's and situated centrally within the pretty village of Cookham, a charming 2 bedroom mid-terrace cottage with character and period features, offered to the market with no onward chain.
Beautifully presented, this property has been updated and modernised to a contemporary finish by the current owner. Throughout the principal reception rooms, hallways and bedrooms, wooden flooring is complemented by neutral walls and features include bespoke hardwood front and rear doors, wooden sash windows, cast iron fireplaces in the sitting room and front bedroom and a multi-fuel stove in the dining room.
Accommodation is arranged over two floors with the sitting room leading to the dining room and kitchen. The latter features a range of wall and base units and integrated appliances including a single oven and Smeg gas hob. Under the stairs is a storage cupboard.
Two bedrooms are housed on the first floor, one with a storage cupboard, together with a bathroom appointed with a traditional white suite, including bath with inset shower. From the rear first floor windows are far reaching views.
Fair View Cottages is ideally located within easy reach of Cookham’s amenities and just 0.3 miles from the train station. The village of Cookham is well connected to the local area via useful road links and is a popular site for walks along the Thames Path and across National Trust properties to Cliveden and Odney Common.
The Cookhams benefit from a range of amenities including pubs, cafes, doctors, library, post office and a village store to name a few, with Cookham Train Station located centrally servicing London Paddington via Maidenhead.
The A404(M) provides fast access to the M4, leading to the M25 motorway network and Heathrow Airport.
Schooling is well supported in both the independent and state sector.
Fair View Cottages is an attractive terrace of similar properties and number 6 enjoys a pleasant setting in the middle. To the front there is street parking on High Road and a small front garden laid mainly to gravel. Pedestrian access for residents runs along the rear of the property, with a private gated garden beyond. This charming garden features a paved patio area with space for garden furniture, a lawn, mature flowerbeds and a timber shed.
Renowned Cookham artist Sir Stanley Spencer lived in the house opposite for several years towards the end of his life.
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