Refurbished to an impeccably high standard with an excellent use of natural light, this detached family home is only moments from the centre of Bray with its world renowned restaurants. Wonderfully lit by double aspect leaded windows and French doors that open onto the paved patio, a hugely elegant sitting room offers a welcoming feel and an inviting space to relax and unwind. A refined fireplace is a focal point, while the generous proportions open onto the stylish dining area/kitchen creating a great place to entertain. Fully fitted with a wealth of sleek cabinets and granite countertops, the first class kitchen is well-appointed with a range of integrated Siemens and Neff appliances. A central island perfectly delineates the space, and a separate utility room which has space for a washing machine, dryer and a wine fridge, in addition to a range of wall and base units for additional storage. Adding to the easy flowing layout, the richly toned wood floor of the hallway flows into a welcoming family room with charming bay windows. A cloakroom completes the ground floor. The attention to detail and interior design themes continue upstairs in the main bedroom where a walk-in wardrobe and outstanding en suite bathroom with a walk-in shower, recessed bath and countertop basin add a supremely luxurious feel. Three further bedrooms supply an ideal amount of flexible accommodation and share an equally well-presented family bathroom with a contemporary freestanding bath and glass-framed shower.
Charming Bray is an epicurean hotspot, home to two of the highest-ranked restaurants in Britain with three Michelin stars apiece: Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck and the Roux brothers’ Waterside Inn. The riverside village sits on the banks of the Thames and occupies a three-mile stretch of the river between Maidenhead and Windsor, each with their respective train stations, shops and leisure amenities, including golf clubs at The Berkshire and Swinley Forest, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor and rowing at Dorney Lake. Good local schools include Oldfield School, Braywick Court, Eton College. Road links are very accessible via junction 8 of the M4 motorway providing access to the M25, Central London, Heathrow Airport and the West Country. TRAIN SERVICES: Rail access to London is available via Maidenhead (2.5 miles); the future arrival of Crossrail will greatly enhance commuting to London’s West End and the City.
Tucked away in an enviable position on this pretty lane, the walled front garden with its mature foliage combine with the half timbered facade of this family home to produce a lovely first impression and a degree of privacy, while the large gated driveway and garage have off-road parking for several vehicles. At the rear of the property an impressively sized patio generates an enviable amount of space to enjoy outdoor meals with family and friends. Peppered with mature trees an expansive lawn is a fantastic place for children to play.
two bath/shower rooms (one en suite)
gated driveway parking