This stunning period property is offered to the market with no onward chain and has been meticulously maintained, upgraded, and extended and now offers the perfect blend of character charm and contemporary living thanks to the unique period features and decor combined with open plan living and high-quality fittings.
As soon as you approach the front door, the excellent condition of the house is already very apparent – the stunning sash windows, the frost glass on the front door and the block paved drive very quickly start setting this property aside from other houses of its age.
Upon entry, there is a large living room with a feature fireplace. The ceilings are high, the décor is extremely in-character, and the room feels light, bright and airy; a theme that continues throughout this home.
Occupying the rear of the house is a stunning open-plan kitchen dining room. There is a large dining area with a small step down into a gorgeous bespoke kitchen built by renowned interior company, Neptune. There is an eclectic mix of storage solutions throughout the cabinetry that also houses multiple integral appliances. Solid oak wood worktops, a large range cooker and double Belfast sink are just some of the features within this fantastic space.
At the end of the kitchen, a set of stunning Jack Brunsdon doors provide views over the garden and woodland at the end.
Upstairs the house offers three extremely well-proportioned bedrooms. The main bathroom has an abundance of character features including an Edwardian washstand, complemented by a Fired Earth roll-top bath and tiles.
The master bedroom really is something special. Not only does it feature a large en suite, there is a huge sash window which provides views over the rear garden and onto the woodland behind – an enviable view to wake up to!
A somewhat rarity in the modern day, the garden extends far beyond the norm and there is a gate right at the end which provides direct access into the woods which links up with Swinley Forest. There is log cabin at the end of the garden which was previously used as an office but is now used as an additional reception space and has its own decking area which benefits from natural sunlight all day.
There is driveway parking to the front of the property and Crowthorne High Street is a very short walk away offering various coffee shops, tea rooms and independent shops. Crowthorne is situated conveniently between both M3 and M4 motorways and is furnished with well-regarded schools.