In a convenient setting close to the centre of Cookham village is this handsome period home, which has a striking appearance with its twin chimneys and attractive tile-hung front elevation. The property occupies a spacious corner plot within easy reach of renowned Holy Trinity C of E Primary School (rated Outstanding by Ofsted) and pleasant walks along the Thames Path. The property has been extensively modernised in recent years, including a new kitchen and bathroom with underground heating, double glazing and landscaping to the exterior, though retains many period features. Ceiling roses, coving, picture rails and stained-glass windows have been sympathetically preserved.
The detached property has well-proportioned rooms throughout and is entered via a welcome hallway, with doors to a large sitting room and a separate family room. A highlight of the property is the 24ft kitchen/dining room to the rear, which features a large central island, two sets of bi-fold doors to the garden and ample kitchen storage and worktop space. The kitchen features a number of integrated appliances and also has space for a range cooker. Separate to this is a utility room and cloakroom, which completes the ground floor.
On the first floor there are four double bedrooms arranged together around a central landing with a spacious alcove used as a study area. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room, while the three further bedrooms (two with fitted storage), share use of a recently refitted family bathroom with Villeroy and Boch whirlpool bath, shower and Bidet.
Situated close to the River Thames, Cookham is a semi-rural village close to Cookham train station and a range of useful amenities including cafes, pubs and a village store. The village is well connected to local road links, with the A404(M) providing fast access to the M4, leading to the M25 motorway network and Heathrow Airport. Local attractions include the magnificent Clivedon House, the restaurants of epicurean Bray including The Fat Duck, and boating on the river Thames. Schooling is well supported in both the independent and state sector, with Holy Trinity C of E just a few hundred metres away and Cookham Montessori, Cookham Dean C of E, Cookham Rise, Holyport College and St Piran’s also convenient. Cookham station (0.8 miles) services London Paddington via Maidenhead in around 57 minutes.
The property has a secluded appearance from the road and is approached via a generous gravel driveway with space for several vehicles in front of a detached garage. To the front there is an attractive parcel of lawn bordered by mature shrubs and trees, affording privacy. The rear garden has been landscaped to include a striking stone patio adjoining the house, a mostly level lawn and well-established trees and bushes.