Situated in a central yet peaceful cul de sac directly opposite Grenfell Park and just 0.1 miles from Maidenhead station, this Victorian home combines a wealth of charm and character with a stylish modern interior. Beautifully presented throughout and finished with a great attention to detail, its easy flowing layout combines plenty of natural light and tastefully chosen finishing touches.
The warm tones of the hallways wood floor flow into a welcoming sitting room that's wonderfully lit by a charming sash window that looks out onto the idyllic rear garden. A log burner sits with the exposed brickwork of the broad chimney breast, while a deep under-stairs cupboard adds plenty of storage without encroaching on the floor space. Tastefully styled with a rich heritage colour scheme and contrasting dado rail, the adjacent dining room is great for entertaining and family meals. The lovely flow of natural light continues in the modern Shaker-style kitchen that has ample storage and workspace. A separate utility room has space for your laundry appliances. A family shower room completes the ground floor.
Equally well-presented, upstairs two double bedrooms supply ideal family accommodation and plenty of versatility. An impressive en-suite bathroom with a contemporary roll top bath and walk-in shower adds a touch of luxury to the master bedroom, while the second bedroom benefits from discreetly hidden storage.
The property is located on a convenient cul de sac directly opposite Grenfell Park, close to the town centre and the amenities of Maidenhead which includes extensive shopping and leisure facilities. Nearby amenities include golf, an indoor swimming pool and leisure centre, a multiplex cinema and a number of pubs and restaurants.
Junction 8/9 of the M4 is easily accessible via the A404(M) or A308(M), providing access to the M25 motorway network, Heathrow Airport, London and the West Country. Rail services to London Paddington are available from Maidenhead (0.1 mile). The future arrival of Crossrail will further enhance commuting with direct services to London’s West End, the City and Canary Wharf.
Creating a lovely first impression, the traditional brickwork, multi-paned windows and distinctive chimney stack of this 1800s home give an instant sense of its heritage. Step out from the ground floor into a rear garden that has plenty of charm and character of its own. A paved patio is perfectly sized for al fresco meals, and an enclosed lawn leads you down to a further seating area that adds a peaceful retreat at the end of the day. A timber shed is great for storing your outdoor furniture and garden tools.