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A well planned 1930's family home that has been seamlessly refurbished and extended to provide generous accommodation of over 3,000 sq. ft. The house sits on a plot of just under 0.6 acres off the High Street within this historic Thameside village between the towns of Maidenhead and Henley.
The property is located within the village of Hurley, Hurley is a quaint Thames side village which includes one of the oldest hostelries in Britain, dating back to the 12th century, Ye Old Bell Inn. The Parish Church which was part of the Priory Church also of the same period. Convenient for the M4 to Heathrow Airport & London beyond. Rail links at Maidenhead to Paddington are excellent and the nearby riverside towns of Marlow or Henley provide a wide variety of shops and boutiques along with social facilities including well regarded restaurants and bars.
The property sits centrally within a plot of just under 0.6 acres. The gravelled driveway is access via security gates from the High Street and provides ample parking for several vehicles and leads to the double integral garage. There are areas of lawn with planted borders to the front of the house and there is gated access to the rear garden via both sides of the property. The private rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with terraced patio areas adjacent to the rear of the house and to the side.
The front door opens into the part vaulted reception hall, which in turn provides access to the main reception rooms, cloakroom and stairs to the first floor. The hall has wood flooring throughout which continues through into the kitchen/conservatory area and the family room. The drawing room is a superb space with dual aspect and french doors opening out to the terrace and garden, there is a fireplace and interconnecting door to the kitchen. The kitchen area has been re-fitted with high quality units and Quartz worktops within the last 4 years and is open plan into the conservatory, providing seating and dining space. There is a range of integrated appliances and a door leads into the utility room. The dining room, study and family room complete the ground floor accommodation.
To the first floor are the master bedroom suite, guest bedroom with Jack and Jill bathroom, third bedroom with En Suite and two further bedrooms. The master bedroom has a walk in wardrobe and full En Suite bathroom, in addition there is a balcony to the rear overlooking the garden. The bathrooms were re-fitted as part of the refurbishment works on the house.
Kitchen into Conservatory
Master Bedroom Suite
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