GENERAL: We are delighted to offer this fantastic three/four-bedroom semi-detached house within walking distance to the town and train station. The property is beautifully presented throughout benefitting from spacious living accommodation, a superb southwest facing garden, garage and driveway parking.
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Located in a popular residential road in Maidenhead and within the catchment area of Newlands Girls School and walking distance to the train station, is this beautifully presented three/four-bedroom semi-detached family home. Comprising of light and airy entrance hall with wooden floors leading to a double aspect lounge/dining room with French doors opening into the garden. The kitchen is well appointed with high gloss cream cabinets and wooden worktops and back door to the garden, this then leads to a utility room with access to the garage. There is also a study/fourth bedroom to the front of the property with ensuite cloakroom. Three bedrooms upstairs, Master bedroom with large bay window and fitted cupboards, second bedroom with large window that overlooks the garden with fitted wardrobes and integrated desk, third bedroom and a bathroom with white three-piece suite with shower over bath. The garden is full of mature planting, a fantastic sunny patio ideal for summer entertaining and lawn. Benefits from a paved drive with off road parking for multiple cars and a large front garden. Viewing highly advised. NO ONWARD CHAIN.
LOCATION: Located on this ever-popular residential road within close proximity to acres of National Trust land at Pinkneys Green. The property is within two miles of Maidenhead town centre and mainline railway station (Paddington/future Crossrail network) and catchment and walking distance of Newlands Girls School. Local shops are also in walking distance such as Budgens, a hardware shop and newsagents. From Maidenhead town centre take the A4 Bath Road towards Reading and at the top of Castle Hill proceed to the mini roundabout and turn right into St Marks Road. Follow the road into St Marks Crescent and at the church turn left into Farm Road and Harefield Road is the second turning on the right-hand side, and the property is on the left.
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