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This thoughtfully laid out property has been updated with neutral décor throughout and offers flexible family accommodation with several interconnected reception rooms and a spacious entrance hall with WC. The main sitting room benefits from a feature fireplace and is open to the family room which has double doors to the patio. The kitchen/breakfast room extends to over 20ft and benefits from a range of wall and base units, including a central island with solid wood worktop. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, double fan oven and induction hob. The kitchen has direct access to both the patio and a separate formal dining room. A convenient utility space situated off the kitchen provides direct access to the garage and a study completes the ground floor accommodation.
A contemporary oak and glass staircase leads to the first floor landing where Velux windows create a sense of light and space. The stunning dual aspect master suite boasts a Juliette balcony overlooking the garden, a range of built-in wardrobes and storage options and an en suite complete with bath and separate shower. A second double bedroom has an en suite shower room and three further bedrooms share access to the family bathroom.
Lower Cookham Road is located within close proximity of the River Thames and Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island are situated nearby. There are a number of restaurants in the vicinity and National Trust property Cliveden House is within 4 miles of the property. The amenities of Maidenhead town centre are within 2.5 miles offering an extensive range of shopping and recreational facilities that include an indoor shopping centre and multi-screen cinema complex. Sporting and leisure facilities in the area include golf, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor and rowing at Dorney Lake.
The M4 motorway provides access to London, the West Country and M25 motorway network. Rail access to London Paddington is available via Maidenhead or Taplow Station and the arrival of Crossrail will further enhance commuting to London’s West End and the City.
This detached property is set behind an attractive red brick wall and gates on a pleasant residential road near the Thames. A substantial drive and integrated double garage offer ample private parking space whilst gates at either side of the property lead through to the landscaped, west-facing rear garden which is mainly laid to level lawn with a range of mature hedges and well-stocked beds. Climbing plants such as roses, honeysuckle and clematis adorn the surrounding panel fencing as well as a charming wooden arbour. A sizeable paved patio spans the rear of the property offering an excellent space for relaxing outdoors and entertaining in the summer months.
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