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This charming, spacious family home is set centrally in a private walled plot of approximately two thirds of an acre in a semi-rural location. Its attractive character elevations and the use of recovered materials such as stock bricks and oak timbers belie its modern features of damp proof course, insulated cavity walls and leaded double glazed windows. A welcoming entrance hall leads to generously sized reception rooms with garden views. The drawing room and dining room have open fireplaces with distinctive fireplace surrounds recovered from large country houses. Beyond the drawing room lies a well planned conservatory with thermal reflective glazing, temperature controlled automatic windows with rain sensor and space heating, able to be enjoyed year round. A kitchen/breakfast room with utility room, TV/study and cloakroom complete the downstairs accommodation. To the first floor are four good sized bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom and large dressing room with spacious additional storage and could double as a nursery/office.
The property is located within Maidenhead Borough approximately 4 miles from Maidenhead. The towns of Windsor, Ascot and Bracknell are within easy reach and offer an excellent range of shopping facilities and leisure amenities. Rail links to London Paddington and soon Cross Rail are available from Maidenhead and to London Waterloo from Bracknell or Ascot. Road communications within the area are good: the M4 motorway (4 miles) with a direct connection to the M40 gives good access to Central London, Heathrow, the M25 and the Midlands. The M3 (7 miles) gives easy access to Gatwick, via M25, and to the South. There is access to a wide choice of good private and state schools. Sporting and recreational facilities in the area include horse racing at Ascot and Windsor, polo at the Royal Berkshire Polo Club and Smiths Lawn, golf at Sunningdale, Wentworth and Maidenhead, as well as more locally at Hawthorn Hill and riding in Windsor Great Park and the surrounding countryside.
Remote controlled electric gates give access to a gravel driveway leading to the house and two garages, one integral double and one detached single garage. A brick woodshed provides convenient storage for wheelie bins, firewood and a potting area. The gardens are primarily laid to lawn with the external wall and hedging providing privacy. Mature planting and specimen trees give a landscaped appearance. At the rear of the property is a sheltered paved terrace and three individual lawns divided by hedges.
Master bedroom with dressing room and ensuite
Three further double bedrooms
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