Fabric

Fabric is an impressive collection of luxurious one and two bedroom apartments perfectly located on the outskirts of Maidenhead. This brand new development of highly specified apartments is set within six individual apartment buildings and features an attractive central courtyard of landscaped green space.

Apartments

Apartments

Each of the 51 apartments have been individually designed to be both aesthetically pleasing and functional. Created with a great attention to detail, each home benefits from premium materials, fittings and appliances. The elegant kitchens include integrated Smeg appliances, while the bathrooms and en-suites feature contemporary Roca and Hansgrohe fittings and sanitaryware. A combination of porcelain and laminate floor tiles and carpeting is provided throughout, along with underfloor heating to all rooms, as well as fitted wardrobes to the bedrooms. Furthermore, the majority of apartments benefit from their own private outdoor space in the form of a balcony or terrace, with a centralised open green space for residents to enjoy. Developer Oakford Homes is a member of the UK Green Building Council and is focused on making sustainable living one of the most important factors when building new homes. So not only are the homes at Fabric beautifully designed, they are also environmentally positive.

Location

Location

Set in the sought-after Furze Platt area of Maidenhead, Fabric will offer residents the best of everything. Along with access to a number of local amenities including a Tesco Express, shops and schools, plus a mainline train station with direct access into London Paddington, Fabric is located just two miles (approx.) from Maidenhead town centre. Long considered one of the most popular commuter towns, Maidenhead is a large market town in Berkshire that occupies a fantastic position on the western banks of the River Thames and offers a whole host of amenities to those lucky enough to call it home. It is surrounded by charming villages, including the foodie haven of Bray and traditional Cookham which is well-placed for walks across National Trust land, including the grounds of the stunning 17th century Cliveden House. The charming town of Marlow is also just over 4 miles away (approx.) and boasts boutique shopping, restaurants, high end cafes and bars.

Transport

Transport

Situated around 30 miles to the west of London, Maidenhead is ideally positioned for commuters and residents benefit from strong transport links. A journey into London is under 30 minutes by train. With the advent of Crossrail in Maidenhead, the Elizabeth line will provide even easier access, with direct trains to stations such as Paddington and Liverpool Street, through to Canary Wharf in the city. With Crossrail fully integrated into London’s existing transport network, rail travel has never been better. There are also excellent road connections from Fabric. The M4 and M40 (both of which connect to the M25 and beyond) are easily accessible via the A404. For international connections, you are only 16 miles from Heathrow Airport, so within 25 minutes by car or train, when Maidenhead’s Crossrail network is fully operational.

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