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This stunning Grade II Listed family home was formerly known as Smewyns Manor and has a history that can be dated back to the 11th Century. It is believed to be the site where Anglo-Saxon goldsmiths fashioned royal regalia. The original moat which surrounds the property on three sides is a listed ancient monument.
On entering the property from the front, a delightful hallway with exposed timber frame leads to all the principal reception rooms. Leading off to the left is a charming family room with wood burning stove housed in a brick fireplace. This in turn leads into a contemporary styled kitchen/breakfast room, overlooking the rear gardens, and features an Aga, Miele Cooker, Amana fridge-freezer, granite worktops and a comprehensive range of storage.
The other principal reception rooms are used as a library with exposed timber frames and an open fire. from here double oak doors open up into the dual aspect sitting room which features a wood burning stove.
The main staircase provides access to the master bedroom with an ensuite and free standing roll top bath. This spectacular room has a vaulted beamed ceiling and views across the gardens and neighbouring fields. Two further bedrooms follow, both with ensuite bathrooms and glorious views. A separate staircase in the property leads up to the fourth bedroom which features wonderful beamed ceilings with an ensuite bathroom.
Situated in a rural setting overlooking the farmland of White Waltham and Waltham St Lawrence, there are excellent transport links with railway services from both Twyford and Maidenhead providing fast trains into London. In 2019 Crossrail services will commence from Maidenhead linking into the City of London. Access to the M4 at junction 8/9 provides connections to the motorway network.
The pretty town of Henley (8 miles) and Marlow (6 miles) are both close at hand. The villages of Waltham St Lawrence and White Waltham also provide local amenities. The larger town centres of Maidenhead (3 miles), Windsor (approx 6 miles) are all accessible and provide more comprehensive facilities.
The delightful gardens and grounds surround the property with well-established trees and shrubs and are mainly laid to lawn which slopes down to one of the main features of the property, the moat. There is a double garage and an annexe with bedroom/living area, kitchenette and a bathroom in the converted granary. The stone and decking terraces provide seating areas for entertaining and outdoor dining and the gardens also feature a Victorian outbuilding (Grade II Listed), now used as a store. Behind the double garage is a separate run of lawn with a vegetable garden.
Master bedroom with ensuite
Guest bedroom/studio with ensuite bathroom
2 Further bedrooms both with ensuite bathrooms
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