The property was constructed circa 2011 to a very high specification by renowned local housebuilder Shanly Homes and is well appointed throughout with a contemporary design. The layout is versatile and well suited to busy family life, but with excellent additions making the property an excellent space for entertaining. A highlight of the property is a full-width decked terrace accessed from the open plan kitchen/dining room, which leads to a delightful south-facing garden.
The main living accommodation is arranged on an elevated ground floor and comprises a fabulous bay-fronted sitting room, a study with solid oak flooring, a cloakroom with wc and the highlight of the property, the 22ft open plan kitchen/dining/living room which serves as the heart of the family home. The kitchen is well fitted with modern white gloss units complemented by granite work surfaces and includes a variety of integrated appliances such as a double oven, fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave and water softener. There is space for laundry appliances in the lower ground floor utility area.
On the first floor there are four double bedrooms (two en-suite) and a family bathroom. The master bedroom is situated on the second floor and has an en-suite shower room and ample storage.
The property is located in a popular residential setting close to the river Thames, the iconic Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island, which are situated at the eastern end of Ray Mill Road East. A number of restaurants can be found locally including Roux at Skindles and The Waterside Inn, plus Heston Blumenthal’s trio of famous restaurants in Bray. The area is well situated for promenades along the Thames, with sporting and leisure facilities in the area including golf, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor and rowing at Dorney Lake.
Road links are easily accessible with junction 8/9 of the M4 motorway around 3.2 miles away providing access to the M25, Central London, Heathrow Airport and the West Country. Rail access to London Paddington is available via Maidenhead (1.3 miles); the future arrival of Crossrail will further enhance commuting to London’s West End, the City and Canary Wharf.
The property benefits from a generous private driveway providing parking for several vehicles. The garage is situated on the lower ground floor of the property, leading to a utility area at the rear with internal access to the house – a key feature during the winter months. The rear garden has a favourable southerly aspect and is best enjoyed from the elevated decking terrace accessed from the kitchen/family area via bi-folding doors; with the doors open it is the perfect entertaining space. The garden itself is laid to lawn and an additional stone terrace, and backs onto a private meadow, affording a very secluded feel.