This unique, extended semi-detached Victorian cottage is situated within the popular area of Brock Hill. Spread over three floors the accommodation has been extended and renovated to a very high standard.
The accommodation to the ground floor comprises a large 15 ft. living room, downstairs cloakroom, a stunning open plan kitchen which has a range oven and butler sinks. Completing the downstairs is a dining room which opens onto the conservatory, making this an ideal entertaining space.
To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a four piece family bathroom which has rain drop shower. On the second floor the master bedroom has an en-suite, which has a Victorian roll-top bath, a further bedroom and a study.
The property also benefits from a large enclosed 100 ft. rear garden and off-street parking for two vehicles and the location provides easy access to local schools and other local amenities, as well as the M3/M4.
With excellent access to Maidenhead and Ascot transport links and facilities, as well as the regenerated Lexicon town centre with its varied restaurants and shops this offers the perfect balance of a rural feel whilst still offering the benefits of an easy commute and modern town centres.
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