This detached 1940s property is situated in the desirable area of Furze Platt, close to the train station and only a few miles from the shops, restaurants and leisure facilities of Maidenhead town centre. Requiring some modernisation internally, this property would offer the perfect opportunity for a buyer looking to add their stamp. The ground floor accommodation comprises a spacious sitting room and separate dining room, which has glass doors opening onto a conservatory. There is a bright, good-sized kitchen with plenty of storage and space for appliances, as well as a convenient ground floor WC.
Three bedrooms are arranged around a central hallway on the first floor and share access to a family bathroom with integrated bath and overhead shower. Two double bedrooms with built-in storage overlook the garden and there is a further spacious single at the front.
Set on a popular residential road in the desirable area of Furze Platt on the northern outskirts of Maidenhead, the property is close to the delightful village of Cookham, National Trust property Cliveden House and a wealth of open countryside. Furze Platt has a number of amenities including junior and senior schools, local shops and a mainline train station. The extensive shopping and leisure facilities of Maidenhead are within easy reach, with nearby leisure pursuits including a multiplex cinema, an indoor swimming pool and sports centre. The M4 is easily accessible via the A404(M) or A308(M), providing access to the M25 motorway network, Heathrow Airport, London and the West Country. Rail services to London Paddington are available from Furze Platt station (0.3 miles) and Maidenhead (1.7 miles). The future arrival of Crossrail will greatly enhance commuting to London’s West End and the City.
This attractive property is adorned with ivy and set back from a quiet residential road behind a pleasant front garden stocked with a good selection of trees, shrubs and hedges. A private gravel driveway leads to a single attached garage which has a door offering direct access to the sizeable rear garden and there is a further side gate on the other side of the property. The garden is laid to level lawn with surrounding panel fencing, hedges and trees which provide a sense of seclusion. Stepping stones span the length of the garden leading down to a wooden potting shed.