Situated on the outskirts of Littlewick Green is this attractive four-bedroom detached property, believed to have been built in the 1920s and later converted into a family home. Beautifully modernised by the current owner, it offers high ceilings and large windows throughout. The bright and airy home is further enhanced by a very high standard of contemporary interior decoration, much of it completed in recent years including a new fireplace, engineered wood flooring to the ground floor and carpeting on the first floor, and a new kitchen.
Accessed via an internal porch, the hallway with cloakroom then leads to the largely open plan living spaces, including a stunning kitchen/dining room with cornicing and an exposed brick wall. The kitchen is fitted with a bespoke Woodwise kitchen including wooden wall, base and breakfast bar units complemented by Silestone work surfaces, and includes a variety of fitted NEFF appliances such as a dishwasher, double oven and gas hob, with space for an American-style fridge/freezer. There is also an area for a dining table, creating a lovely room well-suited to both day to day family life and entertaining. Adjacent is an impressive 18ft sitting room leading to a conservatory, and a study with built-in shelving.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms, including an impressive master bedroom benefitting from a dressing room and en suite bathroom with bath and shower. The three further bedrooms have lovely views over the surrounding semi-rural area and share a family bathroom with separate wc.
Located a few miles west of Maidenhead, the property is situated down a short track just off the convenient Bath Road, close to the attractive villages of Littlewick Green, Woolley Green and Burchett’s Green, each with their respective pubs and walking routes; the latter also has a good primary school. More facilities are available in nearby Knowl Hill and White Waltham with more extensive services available in Maidenhead, Windsor and Marlow, such as a range of good schools, superstores and a thriving town centres. An abundance of sporting and leisure facilities are available in the region, including golf at Bird Hills Golf Centre, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor and walking and cycling in Windsor Great Park. The M4 motorway links directly with the M25 and provides access to Heathrow, London and the West Country and is easily accessed via the A404(M), as is the M40. Rail services to London Paddington are available from Maidenhead (3.3 miles) with Crossrail predicted to begin running in December 2019.
The handsome property is approached via a wooden-five bar gate opening to a gravel parking area; there is a separate parking area at the rear where there is further space for several cars, also secured by a five-bar gate. To the front a parcel of lawn and a number of well-established trees and shrubs provide colour, with a paved path running alongside the house leading to the front door. The rear garden is a delight, mainly laid to lawn with a patio area adjacent to the house and a second paved area enclosed by a variety of flowering plants, creating a secluded spot for outdoor dining. The garden enjoys a good degree of privacy from mature hedging and a number of trees. The garden also benefits from a wooden shed.
Master with Ensuite & Dressing Room
3 Further Bedrooms