A well-presented 4 double bedroom detached family house conveniently occupying a sought-after position opposite National Trust land at Pinkneys Green. The property is situated on a spacious and secluded plot within easy reach of local footpaths over the common land at Maidenhead Thicket, while being just over 2 miles from Maidenhead station with its direct links to London and Reading.
The property extends to over 2300 square feet and has a spacious layout that lends itself well to both family life and entertaining. Internally the house is well presented and retains much of its original features, including wood paneled walls and ceilings and a brick faced fireplace. The property would benefit from some modernization and cosmetic improvements, and in turn offers excellent scope for development.
The ground floor accommodation is set around an entrance hall and comprises a 24ft double aspect sitting room, separate dining room/conservatory, kitchen with adjoining utility, study and bathroom with w.c.. The ground floor also has internal access to the garage and there is an additional storage room which can be accessed from the exterior.
On the first floor there are four good-size double bedrooms, all with fitted storage. The principal bedroom has an en suite bathroom and there is a further shower room.
Pinkneys Road is a popular residential road, just west of the town centre and close to hundreds of acres of National Trust Land at Pinkneys Green. The property is ideal for commuters being a short drive to the Thicket Roundabout on the A404(M) which links the M40 and M4 motorways. Rail services to London Paddington are available from Maidenhead, and with the arrival of Crossrail in 2021, will then offer direct services to Bond Street in 46 minutes and Canary Wharf in 55 minutes. The local area has many walking trails, including the National Trust woodland at Maidenhead Thicket and Pinkneys Green. Nearby amenities include golf, an indoor swimming pool and leisure centre, a multiplex cinema and a number of pubs and restaurants. Excellent schools can be found nearby, both in the independent and state sectors, including St Piran’s and Sir William Borlase Grammar in Marlow.
Facing Pinkneys Green to the front, the property is well enclosed by high walls and is accessed via electronically operated automatic gates. To the front there is a parcel of lawn bordered by mature trees, with an expansive tarmac driveway providing parking for several vehicles. The garage is also operated by an electric door. The rear garden is of an excellent size and features a large paved patio inset with a swimming pool, a lawn area, timber summerhouse and a geodesic greenhouse.