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A delightful three bedroom property situated in a beautiful and unique position in the heart of the village with views onto and use of immaculately maintained communal grounds. The property also has its own private patio garden and first floor balcony and is available to the market with no onward chain.
To the ground floor a spacious entrance hallway leads to the equally generous reception room. This bright and airy space enjoys views over the rear garden and access out to it via a French door. The kitchen has been well maintained and offers a range of fitted base level units and one eye level unit along with complementary work surfaces. Space and provisions for the white goods are also in place and a cloakroom completes the ground floor. Upstairs there are three well proportioned bedrooms, with the master having the additional luxury of a balcony which affords delightful and far reaching views over acres of well maintained communal grounds. All three bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom.
The house is situated in the Green Belt adjoining the Taplow conservation area of this very pretty village close to the River Thames, on the western edge of the Burnham plateau. The social life of the village is centred on the village green with the church, primary school, village hall and public house all in close proximity. There is an excellent range of schools available in the area, both state and private. The Herschel grammar school was rated “Outstanding” and St Nicholas’ primary school was rated as “Good” in the most recent Ofsted reports. Sporting facilities in the region are also well catered for, including golf at local first class courses. The surrounding countryside is ideal for walking and riding and the River Thames provides the opportunity for boating and water pursuits. Cliveden House is just over two miles away. Other local features include the Thameside village of Bray which offers a fine selection of world-renowned Michelin star restaurants, including the Fat Duck and The Waterside Inn, along with Maidenhead & Bray cricket club and Bray Lake. Taplow’s location near a mainline railway station, connected to London, remains an attraction for those seeking a semi rural life with access to wide-ranging employment opportunities. The arrival of Crossrail in 2019 and the Elizabeth Line is expected to further enhance commuting, especially into the West End and the City.
The property has the benefit of two private gardens and two garages. In addition to the private garden there are approximately 2 acres of shared communal land which includes landscaped gardens and a copse.
Sitting room open plan to a separate dining room
Three good size bedrooms
2 acres of communal gardens
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