Behind its attractive red brick exterior a hugely sociable layout combines an impressive sense of style with an excellent use of natural light to create a notable family home.
Beautifully light and bright, the proportions of the double aspect sitting/dining area combine with an adjoining kitchen to create an open plan feel that's perfect for entertaining. A grey and white colour scheme and richly toned floor produce a tasteful backdrop to the focal point period fireplace, while sliding doors open onto the paved patio of the rear garden making it easy to step outside. Fully fitted with Shaker-style cabinets and modern countertops the kitchen has ample storage and workspace along with plenty of room for a range of freestanding appliances. Well-appointed with an integrated oven and hob, its wide window offers views of the garden, and a demi-glazed door gives side access. An inviting family room generates additional versatile space.
The flow of natural light and heritage tones continue upstairs in each of the three equally well-presented bedrooms. The main bedroom benefits from tasteful fitted wardrobes and eaves storage, whilst two further bedrooms provide an ideal amount of family accommodation. Supplying plenty of convenience for today's busy households, this home features a modern bathroom on the ground floor along with a first floor shower room.
Located within one of Maidenhead’s most popular residential areas, west of the town centre and convenient for commuters, a short drive from the Thicket Roundabout on the A404(M) which links the M40 and M4 motorways. Locally are many walking trails, just over one mile from the National Trust woodland at Maidenhead Thicket and Pinkneys Green. Nearby amenities include golf, indoor swimming pool and leisure centre, multiplex cinema and a number of pubs and restaurants. Schools can be found nearby, both in the independent and state sectors, including St Piran’s and Sir William Borlase Grammar. TRAIN SERVICES: Rail services to London Paddington are available from Maidenhead (2.2 miles). The future arrival of Crossrail will greatly enhance commuting to London’s West End and the City.
With a large private driveway and wonderfully planted walled front garden, this semi-detached property has kerb appeal and off-road parking for several vehicles.
Step out from the dining area onto a broad paved patio, ideal for enjoying meals. A charming path leads you down along the side of an established lawn to the raised terraces of a summerhouse surrounded by greenery that lends itself as a retreat, gym or home office. Cleverly converted, the garage is a utility room with a great amount of storage.
Sitting Room/Dining Area