In a great location for commuting is this detached late 1960s property, situated in a pleasant cul de sac with deceptively spacious and modern interiors. The vendor has embarked upon a full renovation project of the property, including installing a new kitchen and bathroom, replacing the central heating, complete rewiring and re-plastering the interiors. The result is a very attractive family home which features all the necessary modern comforts while incorporating part of the original design of the property, such as the original oak parquet flooring throughout much of the ground floor. The standard of décor is very high and the house is exceptionally well presented, having been repainted in a neutral theme and featuring new wood doors and a wood burning stove.
The property’s flowing layout is entered via an internal porch with storage cupboard and cloakroom, leading to the vast open plan living space. This comprises a spacious kitchen/dining room and a separate 20ft sitting room with large windows and access to the garden. The kitchen is a particular highlight, fitted with modern white gloss units and complementary surfaces, with a variety of Siemens integrated appliances including a fridge freezer, dishwasher, double oven and electric induction hob. There is a double bedroom on the ground floor which could equally be used as an extra reception room if required.
On the first floor there are two spacious double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a well-proportioned bathroom featuring both a bath and a separate shower.
The Altwood area of Maidenhead situated to the western edge of the town centre and is ideally located close to the train station (1.9 miles) and the A404(M) motorway which links to the M40 and the M4, both accessing London, the wider motorway network and the West Country. Nearby amenities include golf, an indoor swimming pool and leisure centre, a multiplex cinema and a number of popular pubs and restaurants. Excellent schools can be found nearby, both in the independent and state sectors. Rail services to London Paddington are available from Maidenhead station. The future arrival of Crossrail will greatly enhance commuting to London’s West End and the City.
The property is approached via a tarmac driveway with space for two cars in front of a double garage with automated door. There is a compact front garden with two flowerbeds, with a pedestrian gate leading to the garden, which is enclosed by a walled garden and fencing, with a favourable aspect. The garden is mostly laid to lawn though also features a paved area, a portion of decking and a number of mature borders stocked with a variety of plants. The garden also benefits from a wooden shed.