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Situated on the outskirts of Cookham Dean, this charming five-bedroom period home with origins back to the late 1800's. This unique property features a superb roof terrace and offers flexible accommodation over four floors.
Ground floor accommodation comprises of a superb dual aspect 29ft sitting room and an open plan 21ft kitchen/dining room together with a cloakroom.
The kitchen is appointed with a selection of gloss units complemented by quartz worktops and a number of appliances including a premium Gaggenau oven, microwave, and a wine fridge.
Stairs from the hall lead down to the basement room currently used as a cinema/family room.
The five bedrooms are arranged over the first and second floors; of particular note, the master bedroom suite has patio doors opening to a first-floor decked balcony, en-suite shower room and dressing area. There are a further two bedrooms on this floor, both with en-suite shower rooms, and two bedrooms on the second floor, one with a bathroom.
The highest point of the Cookhams, Cookham Dean is a traditional village to the west of Cookham, Berkshire with an attractive common. The village is served by two family-friendly pubs, Uncle Tom’s Cabin and The Jolly Farmer, with more pubs, restaurants and shops accessible in neighbouring Cookham and Marlow.
The village is well connected to local road links, with the A404(M) providing access to the M4, leading to the M25 motorway network and Heathrow Airport.
Schooling is well supported in both the independent and state sector, including a well-regarded local primary.
Cookham station (1.5 miles) services London Paddington via Maidenhead in around 57 minutes.
The property has a favourable aspect from the road with a compact front garden accessed from Bigfrith Lane via a pedestrian gate. A verandah stye open porch extends across the front elevation and a brick-paved driveway provides off-street parking.
To the rear, a first-floor balcony with decking leads down to the courtyard garden via a metal spiral staircase, creating a split-level space for entertaining. Also to the rear of the property there is a single attached garage with access via a side driveway and internally via the kitchen.
The Village of Cookham Dean is an unspoilt gem set in a surrounding of National Trust land and offering all the benefits of a traditional English village including a well regarded, local primary school, village post-office/shop and several excellent pubs. Nearby Cookham is renowned for its selection of restaurants and offers the facility of a mainline station giving links to nearby Maidenhead and on into London Paddington. The M4 and M40 motorways are both within easy reach. Maidenhead itself has a variety of amenities including a shopping centre, leisure centre and cinema.
4 En-Suite Bathrooms
Total of Approx. 2383 Sq Ft.
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