In a convenient setting to the north of Maidenhead town centre is this extended and modernised family home, originally dating back to 1929 and offering beautifully presented interiors throughout. The generously sized detached property is arranged over three floors and has been extensively renovated in recent years by the current owner, who has added a variety of design benefits including oak flooring and internal insulation. The ground floor has underfloor heating throughout.
The property is accessed via a wide entrance hall with cloakroom which leads to the principal accommodation, comprising three reception areas affording a versatile layout equally suited to both family life and entertaining. The ground floor comprises a lounge, dining/playroom and a 30ft open-plan kitchen/family room with separate utility room affording further storage. This expansive space is fitted with a bespoke Cooke & Lewis kitchen featuring a central island and a variety of integrated Bosch appliances, a filtered water tap, with space for a range cooker. The family area is situated under a glazed section of the room with bi-fold doors opening to the garden.
An attractive oak and glass staircase leads to the first floor, where there are three large double bedrooms, a beautifully appointed family bathroom with underfloor heating and a separate dressing room or study. The master bedroom also features its own underfloor heated en-suite shower room. On the second floor, there are two double bedrooms with Velux windows and a separate bathroom.
The property is located to the north of Maidenhead town centre, within easy reach of a variety of amenities and shops. Commuter links are well catered for with the A404M connecting to junction 8/9 of the M4 Motorway and junction 4 of the M40. The town's mainline railway station (0.8 miles via walkways) in turn provides fast trains to Paddington, which will be enhanced following the completion of the Crossrail connections. For international travel, Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 is situated just 14 miles away. Schooling locally is excellent with a number of ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated schools in the area.
The property is approached over a brick-paved drive providing off-street parking, leading to a generously sized single integral garage with barn-style double doors. The front door is accessed by a path between borders stocked with mature shrubs. To the rear, the well-proportioned South-facing garden is laid to mostly level lawn, with a feeling of seclusion provided by high hedges to either side. A sandstone patio is ideal for outdoor entertaining in the warmer months, when the bi-fold doors can be drawn back to create an indoor-outdoor dining space. The garden also features a timber summerhouse equipped with power and lighting.