With a sought-after setting close to the river Thames, this detached property offers flexible accommodation with light and neutral décor throughout. The property is accessed via an inviting entrance hall with stylish black and white tiles which leads through to the open plan living space; a formal dining room flows through an open archway to the main sitting room, both with elegant wood flooring. A gas fireplace encased by glass provides the living space with a striking focal point. The sitting room is completely open to the modern kitchen creating a superb space equally suited to relaxing with family or hosting dinner with friends. The kitchen benefits from a central island with basin, a good range of storage units finished with granite worktops and integrated appliances such as a fridge/freezer, microwave, oven and separate 5 ring electric hob. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a separate utility space, a WC and a boot room with external door to the side.
On the first floor three generously proportioned double bedrooms open from a central landing complete with extensive built-in shelving for a library/study. The substantial master suite has the feel of a boutique hotel, offering a separate dressing room and a contemporary bathroom. The two further bedrooms share access to a sleek family shower room. There is opportunity to create bedrooms 4 (& 5) from the library and dressing room, if desired.
The property is located close to the river Thames, with Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island situated nearby. There are several outstanding restaurants in the vicinity and the fabulous National Trust property Cliveden House is within a short drive. The plentiful amenities of Maidenhead town centre offer an extensive range of shopping and recreational facilities that include an indoor shopping centre and multi-screen cinema complex. Sporting and leisure facilities in the area include golf, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor and rowing at Dorney Lake. The M4 motorway provides access to London, the West Country and M25 motorway network. Rail access to London is available via Maidenhead or Taplow Stations and the future arrival of Crossrail will further enhance commuting to London’s West End, the City & Canary Wharf.
The property is set behind a brick paved driveway offering parking for several cars and has excellent kerb appeal, with attractive mock Tudor features. A side gate leads to the south-west facing rear garden, which is mainly laid to level lawn with gravel borders stocked with shrubs and panel fencing to either side. A spacious patio area wraps around the back of the property with steps leading up to the open plan sitting room/kitchen, creating an ideal space for entertaining in the summer months. At the back of the garden is a charming wooden summerhouse equipped with power and a decked terrace.
2 Dressing Rooms