This striking period five-bedroom home, with accommodation over three floors, is situated on an attractive tree-lined road close to the centre of Maidenhead. The detached property is built in a traditional style and is situated in a spacious corner plot, with gated off-street parking and generously proportioned gardens to the front and rear. The property has been extended and improved in recent years and retains its period character, including high ceilings, coving, picture rails and original fireplaces.
The ground floor comprises an inviting entrance hall, leading to a cloakroom, sitting room with bay window and wood burning stove, utility room and a beautifully appointed kitchen/dining/family room, which has been opened up to create a wonderful family space with areas for cooking, dining and relaxing as a family. A Neptune kitchen has been recently installed, including a central island, marble worktops and space for a range cooker and American-style fridge/freezer. Large patio doors provide direct access to the garden.
The first floor accommodation is arranged around an attractive galleried landing, and includes a master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the second floor there is an additional double bedroom within the loft conversion, with an en suite shower room, eaves storage and loft access.
The property is situated on the western edge of the town centre within the Boyn Hill area of Maidenhead and is ideally located close to the train station (0.7 miles) and the A404(M) motorway which links to the M40 and the M4, both accessing London, the wider motorway network and the West Country. Nearby amenities include golf, an indoor swimming pool and leisure centre, a luxe multiplex cinema and a number of popular pubs and restaurants. Excellent schools can be found nearby, both in the independent and state sectors. Rail services to London Paddington are available from Maidenhead station. The arrival of Crossrail will further enhance commuting to London’s West End and the City.
The property is accessed via a pedestrian gate from Lower Boyndon Road, with a side gate also providing access to the rear garden. Importantly the property offers off-street parking within a covered car port accessible via electric gates at the rear of the garden. In addition, Laburnham Road offers free-of-charge residents and visitors parking. The front garden is enclosed by an original brick wall, with mature planting and paving. There is also a covered log store. The rear garden is generously proportioned and features a large paved patio, a good-size lawn, a variety of well-established trees and borders and high enclosing walls and fencing providing a high degree of privacy.
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