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This charming period home, formerly an old stable block, was skilfully converted many years ago and now offers light and beautifully presented family accommodation.
There are two principal reception rooms, both generously proportioned, with the main sitting room enjoying lovely views over the garden, with access to them via patio doors. An attractive feature fireplace provides a focal point to the room. The dining room has a front to back dual aspect and affords access to the first floor. Lying beyond is a large double bedroom, with built in wardrobes, which also enjoys a dual aspect. We feel this room could serve as a further reception room or study if required.
The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of eye and base level wood units and contrasting dark work surfaces. There is an integrated oven and gas hob, dishwasher and space for white goods. Completing the floor is a well appointed four piece family bathroom with separate bath and shower.
To the first floor are two large dormer bedrooms, both of which measure over 20' in length with views over the garden.
Situated on this highly regarded residential road and ideally located for those looking to commute to and from London. Maidenhead mainline railway station lies within approx 1 mile and offers fast services in well under half an hour. The station will form part of Crossrail (2019) and will then afford direct links into the heart of the Capital, including Canary Wharf in 55 minutes. By road, the M4 Motorway is approx 1½ miles distant.
The town centre is under 1 mile from the house and affords an excellent range of shopping and recreational amenities. These include an indoor shopping precinct, a multi screen cinema and a wide selection of bars and restaurants. There are also a number of well regarded primary and secondary schools within a 2 mile radius, notably including the highly sought after Oldfield Primary'.
Nearby Bray village offers a fine selection of world renowned restaurants including the Michelin Star 'Fat Duck' and 'Waterside Inn'.
The property forms one of four within this converted former stable block with an attractive central courtyard leading to each.
The private rear gardens are a real feature of the home, not least given their generous proportions. A large timber deck skirts the full width of the home and provides ample space for a large table and chairs to cater for outside dining and entertaining. This leads out to lawn which is bordered by a variety of planted beds. To the far end is a large garden shed providing useful storage, with a side gate affording access to the single garage which lies beyond.
Oldfield School Catchment
Period family home
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