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Situated in the heart of the attractive Thameside village of Bray. A delightful four bedroom detached period cottage with immense character and considerable charm. Original parts of the property date back to the mid 17th century and have been sympathetically restored to provide magnificently timbered reception rooms and vaulted bedrooms.
In addition to features such as the exposed timbers, the main sitting room affords a double aspect and an impressive open fire with inset log burner. Just beyond is a second sitting / family room which also benefits from a dual aspect and fireplace along with access to the garden via a set of French doors. The adjacent dining room or study features linen fold panelling and views to the front of the property along Bray high street. Located towards the rear of the property is the kitchen / breakfast room which provides access to the rear garden on one side and to an on street parking area at the entrance to St. Michaels church on the other. The kitchen itself consists of a comprehensive range of handmade storage cupboards and drawers with space and provision for integrated appliances.
To the first floor are four good sized bedrooms all of which are beautifully appointed and have the added features of delightful vaulted ceilings giving a sense of space and light. A family bathroom and separate shower room service all bedrooms.
The cottage is positioned in the heart of the picturesque village of Bray with it's fine selection of renowned restaurants including 'The Fat Duck' and 'Waterside Inn'. The nearby town centres of Maidenhead and Windsor offer a comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities and a good selection of private and state schools. The property is well located for road and rail networks with a fast train service from Maidenhead to London Paddington. Maidenhead is set to benefit from the much anticipated Cross Rail, which will increase connectivity directly into the City in 2018/19. The M4 (J8/9) approximately two miles distant.
To the rear of the property is an enclosed cottage style garden which has been well planned for easy maintenance. The lawn is bordered by shaped flowerbeds and the whole is enclosed by a variety of shrubs and mature hedges that give the garden a feeling of seclusion and privacy. Positioned in the corner a former folly has been converted to provide a practical storage solution.
Rear garden with outside storage.
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