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Enjoying a sought-after setting to the north of Maidenhead on a short no through lane with just four houses is this handsome detached family home. Believed to have been built in the 1940s, the home features a number of charming character details including exposed brick walls and beams, leaded light windows and doors. With well-proportioned rooms and a mostly neutral style throughout the home enjoys a feeling of light and space. The striking entryway has been designed in an open plan style with a half-height wall with decorative beams separating the formal sitting room from the hall, which is laid with wood flooring. The kitchen is open to the dining room and is fitted with country-inspired wooden units and granite worktops, with an attractive feature brick wall. In addition, there is 21ft living room with two bay windows and a separate study.
On the first floor there are five bedrooms, including a master bedroom with en suite shower room, a guest suite with en suite bathroom and a well appointed family bathroom suite.
Kinghorn Lane is a quiet no-through lane enjoying a leafy setting with access to Maidenhead and local shops at one end, and open countryside to the other. Furze Platt is situated just north of Maidenhead and is popular for its schools strong transport links and proximity to National Trust land at Pinkneys Green. Maidenhead town centre offers a wealth of amenities including high street shopping, a cinema, leisure centre and wide selection of restaurants, with some of the country’s finest dining establishments situated in the nearby village of Bray. The M4 motorway is easily accessed via the A404(M) and A308(M) and links to the wider motorway network, the West Country and Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Train services can be accessed via Furze Platt station (0.6 miles via footpath) which links to Maidenhead centre and Marlow, with fast trains to London Paddington in under half an hour via Maidenhead, which will form part of Crossrail in 2019/20.
With a sweeping drive leading from Kinghorn Lane, the property has a substantial gravel parking area to the front with space for several cars. Tall, mature trees and hedges provide seclusion and there are a number of flowerbeds affording year round interest. The rear garden is equally spacious, enclosed by wooden panel fencing and a variety of trees. The driveway leads alongside the lawn to the rear, where there is a detached double garage and further parking. Adjacent to the property a paved patio area offers a pleasant space for outdoor entertaining.
3 Bath/Shower Rooms (2 En Suite)
Three Reception Rooms
Total of Approx. 2588 Sq Ft.
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