A well-proportioned detached single storey family home with lovely gardens, situated in the popular village of Bray facing open fields, within easy reach of two of the highest ranking restaurants in the country and the banks of the River Thames, close to good local schools and road links.
Well-presented and maintained throughout the property offers a great opportunity to be developed into a modern family home. Set back from the pretty lane behind beautiful attractive gardens, there is scope to extend this property if desired (subject to necessary consents). Featuring a soft pastel colour scheme and flow of natural light throughout, this property also benefits from original features such as a parquet floor hidden beneath the current carpet.
The hugely flexible layout comprises a large dual aspect sitting room with bay windows looking onto the front garden. An original brick fireplace adds an instant focal point and character, while the generous proportions offer a lovely amount of space. Elegantly presented, the separate dining room, with bay windows and French doors, opens onto the secluded stone patio, a great place to entertain. Fully fitted with traditional cabinets and countertops, the kitchen has scope to be transformed into a contemporary space well-appointed with a range of integrated appliances to suit your needs.
The flow of natural light and views of the gardens continue in each of the three bedrooms. A master bedroom benefits from a modern en-suite shower room, and a second bedroom features bay windows and fitted storage, while a third adds to the versatility of this Bray home. The family bathroom once again provides the chance to reflect your own sense of style, and features a classic 1960s pastel pink suite.
Charming Bray is an epicurean hotspot, home to two of the highest-ranked restaurants in Britain with three Michelin stars apiece: Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck and the Roux brothers’ Waterside Inn. The riverside village sits on the banks of the Thames and occupies a three-mile stretch of the river between Maidenhead and Windsor, each with their respective train stations, shops and leisure amenities. Sporting and leisure facilities in the area include golf clubs at The Berkshire and Swinley Forest, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor and rowing at Dorney Lake. Good local schools include Oldfield School, Braywick Court, Eton College and Highfield Preparatory School. Road links are very accessible via junction 8 of the M4 motorway providing access to the M25, Central London, Heathrow Airport and the West Country. TRAIN SERVICES: Rail access to London is available via Maidenhead (2.7 miles); the future arrival of Crossrail will greatly enhance commuting to London’s West End and the City.
Creating an idyllic amount of outdoor space, the wonderful wrap-around gardens supply a lovely aspect from each of the rooms. Set back from the road behind a gated garden, attentively maintained lawns border a path to the canopied front door for a welcoming feel, while mature flowerbeds add colour and interest throughout the seasons. Perfect for hot summer days, the swimming pool area is delineated by fencing for privacy. Step out from the dining room into an enviably sized garden ideal for entertaining or relaxing in the sun. A selection of trees peppers the large lawn and a stone patio is great for al fresco meals. Accessed from the side of the property, a private driveway and garage have off-road parking for several vehicles there is also an exterior store room.