5 bedroom detached house for saleStonehouse Lane, Cookham, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6
- Permission for replacement house
- New triple garage
- Secluded gardens
- Views over countryside
- Rural setting
Development opportunity for a striking family home, with panoramic views across open countryside, towards the River Thames
Stonehouse Lane is a 'no through road' within the Cookham Dean Conservation Area and adjoining open countryside. Although enjoying a semi-rural setting, it is within easy reach of the motorway network and to fast rail access to London.
Cookham, about 1.5 miles away, provides a good range of local shops and facilities together with a railway station providing a connecting service to Paddington via Maidenhead. Marlow (about 2 miles) offers a more extensive range of shopping and recreational facilities, including a variety of restaurants and wine bars.
There is excellent walking within the Thames Valley and Chiltern countryside, boating and sailing on the nearby River Thames and golf at various local courses, including Winter Hill and Temple. The M4 and M40 motorways both connect with the M25 network and Heathrow, via the M4, is about 20 miles away. Schools, both state and private, are well catered for the in the area.
A rare opportunity to acquire a highly desirable plot of in excess of 1.27 acres, with planning permission for the demolition of the existing property and the erection of a contemporary five bedroom house. Sitting centrally within its secluded gardens, the house will enjoy an elevated position that takes full advantage of the open views towards the River Thames and across open countryside.
The proposed accommodation, arranged over three levels, comprises: Reception hall, reception room with balcony, kitchen/dining room, cinema room, gymnasium, office, cloakroom, master bedroom with balcony, en suite dressing room and bathroom, 4 further bedrooms (2 with en suite and with access to a balcony), family bathroom.
Planning application 15/03679 Full. Approved 7th January 2016.
A Certificate of Lawfulness of Permitted Development has been obtained for a new triple garage- Application No. DC 11/03555/CPD - approved February 2012.
Associated documents/drawings may be viewed on the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead's web site: www.rbwm.gov.uk
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Local Authority: Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead +44 (0) 1628 683800
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Acreage: 1.27 Acres
From Junction 8/9 of the M4 at Maidenhead, follow the A404M to the roundabout at Bisham. Take the exit to Bisham Village and proceed through the village towards Marlow, turning right before the Compleat Angler Hotel into Quarry Wood Road. Follow the road under the flyover and up the Winter Hill to the summit. Immediately you begin to descend, turn left into Winter Hill. Follow the road as the view opens out on the left and continue to the dual left turns into both Gibraltar Lane and Stonehouse Lane. Take the right fork into Stonehouse Lane and Green Banks will be found a short distance along on the left hand side.
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