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A splendid former lodge house, situated within the highly desirable river area of Maidenhead, offering many beautiful period features.
Upon entering, a spacious hallway affords access to all rooms which include the sitting room, study, cloak/utility and kitchen/dining room.
The latter is a super feature of the home being a large, light and airy open plan space. It offers an excellent range of fitted units and work surfaces, including a central island, and also shares a wood burning stove with the adjacent sitting room.
To the first floor are four well proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The Coach House at the foot of the garden is a fabulous addition to the property which we feel could serve a number of purposes, including use as a home office. It is a lovely light space with velux window, bespoke fitted furniture and Jon Cullen lighting. It also enjoys a practical shower room the the ground floor, adjacent to the single garage.
The property is situated in a pleasant residential location, with the Thames towpath within close proximity. There are some delightful walks along this particular stretch with views of Cliveden and the Berkshire / Buckinghamshire borders.
Maidenhead town lies approximately 1 mile distant, offering a good selection of shopping and recreational facilities that include an indoor shopping precinct, multi screen cinema and several leisure centres.
Commuter links are excellent, with a mainline railway station providing fast trains to Paddington (fast trains well under half an hour), whilst the M4 at Junction 7 affords swift vehicular links to London.
Of note the station will form part of the Crossrail project 2018/19 and will then offer direct services into the heart of the Capital, including Canary Wharf in 55 minutes.
The property is approached via a pair of wrought iron gates opening to a driveway which also provides access to a neighbouring residence. The front garden has a high brick wall and gated access to the front. The rear garden extends to a depth of about 90ft and is bordered by mature hedging and trees. In addition to the garaging, there are three parking spaces.
The property has the benefit of a planning consent granted on 29 April 2016 for a part two storey and part single storey front extension together with a new dormer to the side elevation and first floor rear extension over the existing porch (planning reference 16/00817/FULL). Further details and plans are available on Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead’s website.
Fitted Kitchen/Dining Room
Coach House With Garage
Planning To Extend 16/00817/Full
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