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A superb Edwardian cottage that has been extended by the current owners, is set within the sought after location of Cookham Dean, with views over countryside to the front. The arrival of Crossrail in 2019 at nearby Maidenhead will greatly enhance the commute to London.
The village of Cookham Dean is set south of the river from Marlow and north of Maidenhead. The location provides convenient access to either of the towns with many shops, bars and restaurants. The village of Cookham is in driving distance of day to day amenities and the local railway station linking at Maidenhead to the Paddington line to the West End and the City of London with Crossrail in 2019. The A404 connects to both the M4 & M40 for commuting. Heathrow Airport is less than 19 miles away. There are wonderful walks in the immediate and surrounding countryside. Primary schooling is in the village with an excellent range of senior schools to choose from in nearby towns.
To the front of the house is a block paved drive providing off street parking, to the side is a small area of lawned garden with shrub border. There is side access through to the rear of the property. The private and enclosed rear garden has a paved terrace adjacent to the rear of the house laid with Indian stone. There is a retaining wall and steps up to the remainder of the lawned garden, which has planted beds and shrub borders.
The front door opens into the sitting room which has a focal point fireplace with an open fire, there is a window to the front aspect. A door to the rear leads through into an inner lobby area, which in turn provides access to the kitchen/dining room, cloakroom, utility and stairs to the first floor landing. The kitchen/dining room is a particular feature of the house and has been extended and fitted out by the current owners, there is a large ceiling lantern above the kitchen area and french doors to the rear of the dining area to the garden, providing additional light into the spacious room. The kitchen has been fitted with an Anthony Mullan bespoke kitchen with a range of wall and base units and central island. There are granite worktops and integrated appliances including Neff fridge/freezer, microwave and two ovens with warming drawer, separate hob with extractor above. There is also a dishwasher and freestanding wine fridge. To the first floor are three bedrooms and the family bathroom which was re-fitted in December 2017. Bedroom one is dual aspect with french doors out to the balcony with views over farmland. Bedroom two has similar views to the first bedroom. Bedroom three overlooks the garden to the rear. All bedrooms have built in wardrobes. The bathroom was recently re-fitted with a white, contemporary suite including a large shower cubicle.
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