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WATERSIDE - With beautiful gardens extending down to the River Thames, this period property enjoys a wonderful position in a popular area of Maidenhead, close to the amenities of the town centre but with peaceful views and a boat mooring for leisurely days on the river. Inside the 19th century house retains a wealth of period features, including coving and beamed ceilings; the beams in the sitting/dining room in particular are intricately carved and provide a focal point. Another feature of this room is the attractive inglenook fireplace, with red brick surround and a large log burner; affording space for both relaxing and dining, this room makes a wonderful space for entertaining, with a separate reception room adjacent which could be used as a snug or home office. The kitchen is decorated in a country style with a butler sink and extensive white painted cabinets topped with granite worktops; the central island, integrated Neff double oven and five-ring gas hob are ideal for large family gatherings. A lovely bay window floods the room with natural light and offers space for a breakfast table.
The master bedroom is located downstairs and features built-in wardrobes with hanging space, drawers and a vanity unit as well as an en suite bathroom with a walk-in glass shower. The three additional bedrooms can be found upstairs, all with built-in wardrobes and two with double aspect views over the front and sides of the house. One bedroom also has a useful sink unit, though a family bathroom provides an integrated bath with shower over.
This property is featured by our Waterside department.
Chauntry Close is a pretty no-through road that backs on to the River Thames, 1.5 miles from Maidenhead town centre and its many amenities and 1.3 miles from the charming village of Bray, home to a number of world-renowned restaurants. Sporting and leisure facilities in the area include golf, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor and rowing at Dorney Lake. Road links are easily accessible with the A308(M) just 1.6 miles away providing fast access to junction 8/9 of the M4 motorway which leads to the M25, Central London and the West Country. TRAIN SERVICES: Rail access to London is available via Maidenhead (1.1 miles); the arrival of Crossrail in 2019 will greatly enhance commuting to London’s West End and the City.
Set back from the close down a sweeping drive, the house has an extensive lawn area to one side, shaded by tall trees. At the front of the property there is a pretty front garden with shrubs and a tarmac drive with parking for several cars, while the double garage with door access to the house has a useful car port and storage over. A side gate leads to the rear garden where a good-sized paved patio provides excellent space for entertaining, with a lean-to sun room and a pergola with climbing vines adds shade. An attractive lawn with central flowerbeds leads down to the river where there are boat moorings.
2 Bath/Shower Rooms (1 En Suite)
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