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With excellent proximity to Maidenhead’s town centre and commuter links, this attractive 1940s detached family home with garden and garage, offers potential for modernisation and expansion (stnc), with current accommodation arranged over three floors.
Benefitting from a wealth of striking period features, the house is of a traditional construction with a mix of half-timber and red brick with mullioned windows. Inside wood beamed ceilings, original parquet floors and stained-glass windows provide architectural interest; the sitting room is a particular highlight, featuring a brick fireplace with recessed seating to the sides, wood panelling and a large bay window to the front. On the ground floor there is also a dining room with access to a balcony, kitchen, utility room and cloakroom. The lower ground floor with access to the garden comprises an additional reception room more recently used as a study/family room, together with two further rooms offering potential for many uses.
The first floor houses a single bedroom and three further bedrooms including a master bedroom with built-in wardrobes. Bedrooms two and three have plumbed in basins and all share a family bathroom with separate WC.
The property is situated in a convenient location close to the town centre of Maidenhead (0.8 miles), which includes a variety of shopping and leisure facilities. Nearby amenities include golf, a leisure centre with indoor swimming pool, a multiplex cinema and a variety of pubs and restaurants.
The house is ideally situated for a range of local schools, with St Piran’s Independent Prep School located opposite.
Junction 8/9 of the M4 is easily accessible via the A404(M) or A308(M), providing access to the M25 motorway network, Heathrow Airport, London and the West Country.
SERVICES: Rail services to London Paddington are available from Maidenhead (1 mile). Crossrail, the new high-speed service, is due to begin running in December 2019 and will offer direct services to Canary Wharf in 55 minutes.
A tarmac drive with space for a number of cars is accessed from Gringer Hill, leading to a single detached garage providing useful outside storage.
The pretty west-facing rear garden is on a lower level to the front of the house and is mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and a paved patio area with plenty of space for entertaining.
1 Bathroom (Separate WC)
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