Nestled in a prime, semi-rural location on the southern fringes of Maidenhead, stands this truly unique four bedroomed home. The property, which boasts over 4,600 sq. Ft. / 434 sq. M. Of splendid accommodation, dates back to 1700s originally. The property exudes the character and charm of the era thanks to being meticulously and sympathetically renovated by the current owners.
Maidenhead itself, which is undergoing a major regeneration programme, offers a wide array of local shops, leisure and sports facilities, and essential services.
Maidenhead also provides access to some of the most sought-after towns and villages such as Cookham and Marlow, popular for their boutique shops and acclaimed eateries, Windsor – famous for the iconic castle and excellent shopping facilities and Ascot, best known for its horse racing.
With the Thames meandering through Maidenhead and the surrounding area there is no better place to enjoy riverside walks and boating activities. There is also unspoiled countryside surrounding the property perfect for cycling, walking, horse riding and other outdoor pursuits. And for families, Ockwells Park is 0.5 miles away, offering lovely green spaces, extensive outdoor play equipment and a coffee shop.
Maidenhead boasts many popular primary and secondary schools and is convenient for the area’s grammar schools and colleges, with various school buses serving the town.
For rail commuters, this is also the perfect home thanks to its convenient access to Maidenhead railway station - just over one mile away - where both Network Rail and the Elizabeth Line provide frequent services to London Paddington.
The property’s proximity also to major transport links such as M4/M25/M40 means that the perfect balance of country living, and connectedness can be achieved.
Once part of a manor house, before being divided in 1900s, the property is one of three individual homes in a terrace.
On entering the property via a lovely large porch, the age of the building is immediately apparent. The living room boasts impressive beams, an open fireplace, wooden wall panelling and original parquet flooring which extends across much of the downstairs area.
The current owners have added further bespoke handcrafted features throughout the property to create a luxurious, high-quality residence in keeping with the original style.
This deceptively spacious property enjoys two further beautifully presented reception rooms - Living Room Two and the Dining Room. Both rooms are flooded with natural light and enjoy stunning views onto the beautiful terrace and rear garden, owing to their large windows. These rooms can be opened to create a large entertaining space thanks to an interconnecting door.
The garden can be accessed from the Dining Room via large French doors.
The two rooms have impressively high ceilings and wonderfully preserved fireplaces which enhance their elegant historic feel.
The expansive yet welcoming kitchen is a lovely space for the whole family to enjoy. Featuring an Aga, and equipped with Andrew Macintosh bespoke country style fitted units, there is room in the kitchen for a large dining table and soft furnishings, creating a homely environment. It has dual aspect windows providing an abundance of natural light and wonderful views over the front garden.
The kitchen benefits from a handy separate larder creating additional storage options.
The property has a downstairs cloakroom and there is also a generously sized, well-preserved cellar - perfect for storage.
The Sun Room, a lovely glass panelled addition to the property, connects the house to the garden, allowing the beautiful view of the terrace and gardens beyond to be admired from inside.
The stairs ascending to the first floor lead to a large, split-level landing where the four double bedrooms are located. There is a capacious, floor-to-ceiling fitted wardrobe on the landing providing excellent storage.
Bedroom One boasts three large windows and stunning views over the private rear gardens. It has an original fireplace embellished with a cast iron surround and attractive decorative tiles. Bedroom One benefits from its own ensuite which comprises a bathtub with a shower attachment above. It has a tiled floor.
Bedroom Two, also a double room, enjoys a striking brick fireplace and original exposed beams which create a lovely characterful atmosphere. This bedroom benefits from a small ensuite comprising a WC and sink.
Bedroom Three, again overlooking the rear gardens, is a generously sized double room with high ceilings and a large triple window. It also has an original fireplace and surround. Adjacent to Bedroom Three is an ensuite comprising a WC and a sink.
Bedroom Four, with open views across the front gardens, is a bright and airy double room. This room benefits from having quadruple fitted, floor-to-ceiling wardrobes, a sink and access to an additional room which could double up as a dressing room or a small study.
There is a generously sized, uniquely characterful family bathroom on this floor whose suite comprises both a walk-in shower cubicle and attractive cast iron, free-standing slipper bath. The bathroom is complemented with stone floor tiles and there are eye catching stain glass windows.
From the first floor landing, another flight of stairs leads to two large connecting loft rooms which are currently in use as offices and boast convenient built-in under eaves storage.
To The Rear:
The property has a beautifully maintained, south facing rear garden accessed by stepping out through glass doors in both the Dining Room and the Sun Room.
The attractive flagged terrace is the perfect location for entertaining, al fresco dining or a BBQ. Bedecked with beautiful flowers and flanked with a high hedge and a rich array of shrubs, this is a wonderful, private outdoor space.
The remaining garden is primarily laid to lawn and is surrounded by further mature plants, trees, and bushes.
A stone paved path leads down the garden where the Reading Room and the self-contained Home Office / Gym are located.
These multi-functional outdoor structures could be adapted in several ways to suit individual needs, such as home offices, kids’ dens, workshops, or studios. They are both equipped with electricity adding to their versatility.
To The Front:
The property is accessed from Kimbers Lane via a private entrance. A smart sweeping gravel drive lined with trees leads to the property, where there is extensive driveway parking available to the front and side of the property.
Two garages and an adjoining workshop are situated to one side of the driveway, perpendicular to the property.
This wonderful home enjoys generous proportions throughout, creating an excellent balance of living and bedroom space, and outdoor usage, to suit the requirements of today's lifestyles. The versatility of the accommodation, coupled with the unspoiled history and character of the property make this a truly rare and unmissable home.
Early viewing is strongly advised to avoid disappointment.
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Council tax band: G