Beautifully presented throughout to an impressively high standard, the generous proportions of the central entrance hall immediately create an impressive sense of space that is echoed throughout all rooms.
Offering a superb place to relax, a sitting room and study area combine with the adjoining conservatory to provide a wow factor. A warm colour scheme gives a tasteful backdrop to the fireplace and log burner, while the French doors of the conservatory open onto the garden. Across the hall a formal dining room with bay windows is suited for meals and entertaining. The free flowing feel of the ground floor continues in the kitchen and breakfast area where elegant painted wood cabinets and quartz countertops give ample storage and workspace. Well-appointed with a Falcon range cooker, American fridge-freezer and an array of integrated appliances, its central island delineates the space, and the breakfast area opens once again onto the greenery of the rear garden. A cloakroom completes the extensive ground floor accommodation.
With subtle patterns, dressing room and en suite, the principal bedroom generates a first class retreat. Equally well-presented, two further double bedrooms benefit from fitted wardrobes, whilst a single bedroom leads into a third creating a host of possibilities. Arranged in a refined stone tile setting, the contemporary suite of the family shower room includes a sleek walk-in rainfall shower and a wall-hung basin.
Braywick Road is an enviable location situated between Maidenhead town centre and the outskirts of Bray, home to two of the highest-ranked restaurants in Britain with three Michelin stars apiece: Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck and the Roux brothers’ Waterside Inn. The house sits opposite Bray Wick Park and is a short distance from the River Thames and central Maidenhead and Windsor, each with train stations, shops and leisure amenities. Sporting and leisure facilities in the area include golf, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor and rowing at Dorney Lake. Schools include Oldfield School, Braywick Court and Highfield Prep. Road links are accessible via junction 8/9 of the M4 motorway providing access to the M25, Central London, Heathrow Airport and the West Country. TRAIN SERVICES: Rail access to London is available via Maidenhead (0.9 miles); the future arrival of Crossrail will greatly enhance commuting to London’s West End and the City.
Set back from the road, this family home offers plenty of kerb appeal with tall hedging, firs and vibrant shrubs, while a large gravel driveway and garage give private off-road parking.
At the rear of the house a broad paved patio is a marvellous place to enjoy outdoor meals, and the perfect vantage point to admire a truly idyllic south/west facing garden with its large established lawn, majestic trees, topiary and flowerbeds.
two bath/shower rooms (one en suite)
sitting room/study area
large south/west facing garden