Situated close to the centre of Maidenhead on an attractive no-through road, this well presented terraced house combines original period features with modern finishing touches to create a charming home. The cottage-style property dates back to 1901 and has been thoughtfully updated in a calming colour scheme, incorporating period detailing such as ceiling roses, a bay frontage and feature fireplaces.
Internally the property feels bright and spacious, with an internal porch leading to a good size sitting room, separate dining room with French windows opening to the rear garden and a delightful modern kitchen in shades of duck egg blue. The bright and airy space is well fitted with wall and base units and includes an integrated Miele dishwasher and fridge, and a range of Neff appliances comprising an oven, gas hob, microwave and washing machine. A shower room with walk-in shower completes the downstairs accommodation.
The three bedrooms are arranged together on the first floor, comprising two large double bedrooms and a third at the rear which could be equally used as a study or nursery.
The Boyn Hill area of Maidenhead is situated to the western edge of the town centre and is ideally located close to the train station (within approx 1 mile) and the A404(M) motorway which links to the M40 and the M4, both accessing London, the wider motorway network and the West Country. Nearby amenities include golf, an indoor swimming pool and leisure centre, a multiplex cinema and a number of popular pubs and restaurants. Excellent schools can be found nearby, both in the independent and state sectors. Rail services to London Paddington are available from Maidenhead station. The future arrival of Crossrail will greatly enhance commuting to London’s West End and the City. Marlow, Cookham and Bray village are all close by with the latter home to world renowned Michelin restaurants 'The Fat Duck' and 'Waterside Inn'.
The property is set behind a small front garden bounded by a low brick wall topped by an attractive Japanese acer. At the rear there is a delightful sunny garden, enclosed by wooden panel fencing and beautifully landscaped with a variety of mature shrubs, which provide splashes of colour and interest throughout. Adjoining the house there is a paved patio ideal for entertaining in the warmer months, which leads onto a lawn followed by an area of gravel and a wooden shed and greenhouse. There is pedestrian rear access.
Total of approx 1003 sq ft