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The entrance to this attractive character home is situated at the side of the property opening into a hallway from which the front sitting room is accessed to the right which benefits from a beautiful bay window with shutters and period features such as fireplace and picture rails. To the left of the hallway lies the kitchen/dining room with it's modern units and appliances, granite worktops and range cooker. The dining area benefits from another period fireplace and leads into a good sized utility room with cloakroom and staircase leading up to a double bedroom. The utility flows into a light and spacious conservatory with built in storage.
From the hallway, a staircase leads to the first floor and the landing leads to a family bathroom and separate w.c. At the front of the house lies the master bedroom which period fireplace. Bedroom 2 is accessed from the other side of the landing and adjoins bedroom 4. Both are double bedrooms and have period fireplaces.
The front garden is laid to lawn and to the rear is a generous sized low maintenance garden with a circular paved patio area. Allocated parking space for 1 car situated in opposite car park - 2nd space available at tenants own cost.
Bourne End is a thriving Thameside village and provides a variety of independent shops (including a family-owned greengrocer and butcher) as well as some high-street names. There is a fantastic selection of well-renowned restaurants and pubs both in the village itself and nearby, and there are beautiful countryside walks to be enjoyed in the area. Bourne End also has a marina with the recently opened Riverlight restaurant. The popular Bounty pub is located on the opposite side of the river and can be accessed via footbridge or boat! Bourne End railway station offers both local services to Maidenhead and mainline to London Paddington.
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