Set back from the road behind a neat front garden and driveway, this detached 1960s property has been modernised to create the ideal family home. The property extends to over 1500 square feet and has been subject to a number of improvements over the years, including the partial conversion of the garage into an office space/gym, although it could easily be restored to a formal garage facility. Internally the property is well presented in neutral tones, giving the new owner the opportunity to personalise to their own tastes.
The ground floor is accessed via an open porch leading to an entrance hall. Here, doors lead to a spacious 22ft sitting room with triple aspect, parquet floor and open working fireplace. Continuing down the hall, there is the office space/gym with telephone and broadband connection points, separate side access, heating and power. There is a cloakroom and dining room connecting to a kitchen at the rear. The kitchen is installed with underfloor heating and has a fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The four bedrooms are arranged together on the first floor, each of them a double size with one of the bedrooms at the rear having an en-suite shower room. Bedrooms 1-3 have built-in wardrobes, while Bedroom 1 also has fitted wardrobes offering plenty of further storage. All bedrooms include TV aerial points. In addition there is a modern and well equipped family shower room. The property also benefits from a partially boarded loft, with power.
The property enjoys a convenient location in a quiet and leafy residential road just west of Maidenhead town centre, ideal for commuters being only half a mile drive from the Thicket Roundabout on the A404(M) which links the M40 and M4 motorways. Direct rail services to London Paddington are available from Maidenhead (approx. 2 miles); the future arrival of Crossrail will further enhance commuting to London’s West End, the City & Canary Wharf. Nearby amenities include golf, an indoor swimming pool and leisure centre, a multiplex cinema and a range of pubs and restaurants. The local area also has many walking trails, including the National Trust woodland at Maidenhead Thicket, and Pinkneys Green beyond. Excellent schools in both the state and independent sectors are to be found nearby.
The property is approached over block-paved driveway with space for a number of vehicles. To the front, a small front garden comprises a parcel of lawn, while the rear garden – accessed via a side gate – is laid to lawn with a paved patio shaded by a lean-to shelter, creating a delightful space to sit and enjoy the fresh air. The rear garden has a favourable south-facing aspect and is enclosed by wooden panel fencing, with raised borders along the rear boundary. The garden also features a useful timber shed which is tucked to the side of the home, with power making it ideal for use as a gym/utility room/workspace. Built in to the side of the property is a small cupboard with a water softener.
2 Shower Rooms (1 En-Suite)
Approx. 1565 sq ft