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In a convenient setting between the towns of Maidenhead and Marlow is this most attractive semi-detached family home, situated on the edge of Cookham village with excellent access to the train station. The property is well-presented throughout and has been significantly updated by the vendors, including a side and rear extension, photovoltaic to the front and rear roofs, rewiring and re-plumbing in 2012 and both a water softening system and rainwater harvesting. The interiors have been thoughtfully modernised and feature solid oak floors and marble tiles with underfloor heating to the kitchen and bathrooms, plus bright, modern rooms with good natural light.
The property is entered via an entrance hall with a cloakroom and three storage cupboards, leading to a family room and a separate open-plan sitting/dining room extending to 21ft. This features a gas fireplace and bi-fold doors opening to the garden, with open access to the modern kitchen where there are further bi-folds. The space is fitted with contemporary wall and base units complemented by granite worktops and has a number of NEFF integrated appliances with space for an American-style fridge/freezer.
On the first floor, the four bedrooms are arranged together around a central landing, with a family bathroom and airing cupboard. The master bedroom is particularly spacious and also benefits from an en suite shower room.
Situated close to the River Thames, Cookham Rise is a semi-rural village close to Cookham train station and a range of useful amenities including cafes, pubs, health centre 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. Schooling is well supported in both the independent and state sector, including Cookham Montessori, Cookham Dean CofE, Holy Trinity, Cookham Rise, Holyport College and St Piran’s. Cookham station (0.3 miles) services London Paddington via Maidenhead in around 57 minutes.
The property is approached via a granite sett drive with space for several vehicles, with privacy afforded to the front garden by a wall topped with high wooden fencing and a lush flowerbed stocked with a variety of shrubs. A secure side gate leads to the rear garden, which is well balanced between a good-size lawn and a spacious stone-paved patio for outside dining. Natural hedging and fencing provide a boundary, with the rear further secluded by tall trees. Keen gardeners will appreciate the well-stocked borders, and the wooden shed with power.
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