Immaculately presented to a very high standard of finish throughout is this detached family home on the outskirts of Burnham village. The property is believed to date back to the 1930s and retains many of the period features of the time, while being extensively modernised throughout. Premium fixtures throughout include wood and tiled floors, granite work surfaces in the kitchen and underfloor heating.
The property is accessed via an inviting entrance hall leading to the principal reception rooms, which comprises a sitting room with wood burning stove, dining room, family room and very spacious kitchen/breakfast room. The latter is a highlight of the property, fitted with a selection of stunning fitted units in navy and white including a vast central island, with a variety of integrated appliances such as a wine cooler, double oven, fridge freezer and steamer. In addition there is a separate utility room affording additional storage space, a sink and a gas hob.
On the first floor five spacious double bedrooms and a family shower room open off a central landing. The master suite features a dressing room with built-in storage and en suite bathroom with freestanding bath and separate shower, while bedroom two also has a dressing area and en suite bathroom.
In a semi-rural location to the north of Burnham village, the property is conveniently located for Burnham Beeches and the High Street, which provides a range of shops catering for day-to-day needs including cafes and a Tesco Express. Nearby is the popular Burnham Grammar School, with a number of other schools in both the private and independent sectors within easy reach. Further amenities are available in Taplow and Maidenhead, the latter providing a comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities. The property is also well located for the M4, providing access to the West Country, the M25, London and its airports. Rail services to London Paddington and Reading are available from Burnham (1.5miles). Crossrail is due to begin running in 2020 and will offer direct services to Canary Wharf.
The property is accessed via a gated tarmac driveway with electronically operated iron gates. The front garden features a parcel of lawn and a generously sized parking area with space for several cars and is enclosed by manicured hedges providing a high degree of privacy. In addition to the ample off-street parking there is an integrated single garage.
To the rear the house has a very pleasing appearance with three sets of patio doors opening onto a full-width paved terrace, providing ample space for outside dining. The lawn is separated from the terrace by a low brick wall and is of an excellent size, interspersed with a number of tall trees. There is an open-sided wooden shelter on the patio, and a timber shed to the rear.