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Situated on a quiet residential no-through road with countryside all around, this delightful three-bedroom family home is well located for access to the amenities of Cookham village and a number of local walks. Built in a characterful style with a brick and mock-Tudor frontage, the house is presented in a good condition throughout. Accessed via an entrance hall with cloakroom and understairs storage, the downstairs features a spacious sitting room to the front with a large bay window providing plenty of natural light. A separate dining room with restored block wood flooring and patio doors leading to a good-size conservatory offers ample space for entertaining. The kitchen features a good mix of wall and floor cabinets, with integrated appliances including a John Lewis double oven/grill, electric hob and under sink water softener. Further space is available in the utility room, which has access to both the front and rear gardens.
On the first floor there are three well-presented bedrooms, two benefitting from built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom features a bay window affording views over the front garden. The bedrooms have use of a family bathroom with integrated bath tub with shower over.
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 and Odney Common. The village High Street benefits from a range of amenities including pubs, cafes and a village store, with a short distance to Cookham Railway Station which services London Paddington via Maidenhead. There is easy access to the riverside town of Marlow and also to M4, M25,M40 and Heathrow Airport.
Local schooling is well supported in both the independent and state sector.
TRAIN SERVICES: Cookham station (1 mile) services London Paddington via Maidenhead in around 57 minutes. The arrival of Crossrail in 2019 is an added attraction and will greatly enhance commuting to the West End and the City of London.
The front of the property is set back from the road behind a tall hedge providing an element of privacy. Off-street parking for several cars is available on a block-paved drive in front of a single attached garage with a manual up and over door. The south-facing front garden is laid to lawn with beech hedges/fencing all around and a central flowerbed feature. To the rear of the house there is a good-sized lawn area surrounded by hedges and fencing with borders stocked with shrubs of various heights and trees to give a sense of seclusion. A stone-paved patio accessed via doors from the conservatory, leading to a versatile workshop/studio with attached storage area. In addition, there is a wooden shed at the rear of the garden.
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