29 Summerleaze Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 8EW
An attractive detached period cottage believed to date back to1897, situated in a sought after location towards the River Thames and benefitting from having a magnificent rear garden of approx 175’. The property offers tremendous potential for updating and has planning permission granted to extend the property to the ground floor and also to convert the garage.
The front door opens into an entrance hall and a further door opens into the reception room.
The reception room is very light having a dual aspect with a bow window to the front and sliding patio doors to the rear. The sitting area features a fitted gas fire and a staircase to the first floor. The dining area is adjacent to the kitchen.
The kitchen has a rear aspect overlooking the garden and features a good range of fitted wall and base units with work surfaces over. There is a free standing electric cooker, plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher and a side door for front and rear access.
There are three good size double bedrooms to the first floor.
Bedroom 1 has a front aspect and fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom 2 also has a front aspect and fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom 3 has a rear aspect and fitted wardrobes.
The bathroom has a coloured suite comprising a bath, a separate shower cubicle and a wash hand basin.
There is a separate W.C.
To the front there is walled garden and a gated entrance to the drive which provides access to the garage and off road parking for 1 car.
To the rear there is a magnificent garden of approx 175’ with mature trees and shrub borders. The garden is laid to lawn and features a productive vegetable garden.
Summerleaze Road is situated approximately 2 miles to the north east of the town centre towards the River Thames and backs on to Maidenhead sailing club. Maidenhead has excellent shopping and recreational facilities. The riverside towns of Windsor, Marlow and Henley-on-Thames and the quaint village of Cookham are all just a short distance by car.
Maidenhead Station – 2 miles
Henley – 7 miles
Marlow – 5 miles
Reading – 12 miles
M4 Junction 8/9 – 4 miles
High Wycombe M40 Junction 4 – 8 miles
London Heathrow T5 – 15 miles
London West End – 30 miles
Rail services to London (Paddington) are available from Maidenhead with CrossRail (Elizabeth Line), the new cross London route to the City, offering a 46 minute journey to Liverpool Street Station, due in 2019,. Road connections are excellent with the M4, available via junction 8/9 providing access to Heathrow airport, central London, the West Country and the M25. The M40 can be reached at High Wycombe via the A404m.
Sporting and leisure facilities include the David Lloyd Centre and Magnet Leisure Centre in Maidenhead; golf at Burnham Beeches, Temple, Harleyford and Winter Hill golf clubs; horse racing at Windsor and Ascot; polo at Smith’s Lawn and The Royal Berkshire Polo Club at Winkfield; rowing on Dorney Lake and boating on of the River Thames.
There are a number of good local schools including Braywick Court Primary School, which has an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted. Newlands Girls’ School, Desborough College and Furze Platt Secondary school is close by.
Local Authority: Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead
Council Tax: Band F
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Philip Booth Esq Estate Agents 01491 635343
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- 3 bed
- 1 bath
- 1 Garage