A detached 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom family home with private parking and a double garage on a superb plot of approximately two thirds of an acre. Elibank Court is located centrally within the pretty village of Taplow and comes to the market with no onward chain.
Offering over 3,000 sq ft of spacious and versatile accommodation with scope to modernise, the ground floor comprises of a superb triple aspect living room with French doors to the garden, a separate dining room with French doors to the garden, a study and a family/living/dining room which also opens onto the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is well appointed with a range of wooden units and appliances and a breakfast bar. A convenient utility room sits adjacent. An entrance hall with two large coat cupboards and a cloakroom complete the layout for the ground floor.
The first floor landing leads to a double aspect master bedroom with built in wardrobes and en suite bathroom, bedroom 2 also with built in wardrobes and en suite bathroom and a further three bedrooms overlooking the secluded rear garden together with a main family bathroom.
Rectory Road is located centrally within the pretty village of Taplow. Taplow has a charming green surrounded by St Nicolas Church, School and local pub while more extensive facilities are available in the larger centres of Maidenhead and Windsor.
The grounds of the National Trust Cliveden House are located less than 3 miles away offering stunning walks and gardens. Sporting/leisure facilities in the area include many notable golf courses, with riding and walking in Burnham Beeches and numerous sports clubs including Taplow cricket club, tennis, rugby and football, various fitness centres and racing at Ascot and Windsor.
The property is ideal for London airports, with Heathrow approximately 13 miles distant. Road links are accessible via the M40 at junction 2 and M4 motorway at Junction 7 leading to central London, the west country and the M25 motorway network.
TRAIN SERVICES: Regular services running from both Taplow (0.7 miles) and Maidenhead travel to Reading and London Paddington. The arrival of Crossrail is set to enhance commuting into central London.
Enjoying an elevated position overlooking its own mature gardens, on a plot of approximately 2/3 of an acre, the property is accessed via iron gates to a sweeping gravel driveway. Parking is provided for several cars in front of an attached double garage and steps lead to the front door. Steps on either side of the property access the two patios and rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn, framed by trees with a number of scattered flowerbeds and is ideal for outside dining.
Family Living/Dining Room