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3 bedroom house for sale

Cliveden Gages, Taplow, Maidenhead, Buckinghamshire, SL6

£625,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 55 and over living
  • Three bedrooms
  • Open plan living/kitchen
  • Underfloor heating throughout ground floor
  • Two bathrooms (one en suite)
  • South facing courtyard garden
  • Allocated parking for two cars
  • Gated development
  • Lock up and leave
  • Estate manager

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

Nestled in mature woodland in the grounds of the 376 acre National Trust owned Cliveden estate, Cliveden Gages, offers purchasers the opportunity to live within a vibrant and active community set in an exclusive haven of peace and tranquillity. The mews house itself has been completed to an exceptional specification and is in excellent decorative order throughout with AEG integrated kitchen appliances, Grohe bathroom fittings, solid Oak external doors and frames, full height glazing, oversized door and hall widths and under floor heating throughout ground floor level with 3 separate thermostat operated zones.

Cliveden Gages has a very strong environmental agenda, both in terms of the materials chosen for construction and in the actual design. This delightful home is equipped with a 'mechanical heat recovery system', which continuously circulates fresh air throughout the property whilst extracting heat from the recycled air, to help reduce energy costs. It also benefits from low energy external lighting, solar roof panels, dual flush toilets and bicycle/recycling storage.

ACCOMMODATION

Inside, the property offers a seamless light and airy flow between rooms with full height glazing adding to the impressive sense of space. The wide hallway runs the length of the property with solid Oak doors to both the front and rear. Due to its generous width, some properties within the development use the rear of the hallway as additional study space. In addition, there is an understairs storage/coat cupboard, utility cupboard with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer and a beautiful cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. Internal glass panelled French doors open into the reception, dining and kitchen areas. Separate zones of food preparation and living have been cleverly designed with a change in floor surface. The kitchen area houses an impressive range of soft close wall and base units complemented by a stylish work surface, under cabinet lighting and island unit with breakfast bar seating. Integrated AEG appliances include a dual oven (one with microwave/oven combined), four ring gas hob with extractor, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The reception area has ample space for both a dining and living area with engineered Oak flooring and doors opening out onto the private courtyard garden.

Stairs rise via a bright stairway to a wide first floor landing. The master bedroom is exceptionally airy thanks to its full height glazing and door with protective glass panel. Benefits include two sets of built in wardrobes with hanging and storage along with a spacious and contemporary en suite bathroom with three piece suite and separate shower unit. There are two further bedrooms on this level with full height glazing, one of which also benefits from a set of built in wardrobes. The contemporary family shower room houses a low level WC, basin with vanity unit, shower cubicle and heated towel rail.

GROUNDS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The development and mews itself is reached via a sweeping gated driveway past extensive communal grounds. To the rear of the house, an electric gate opens onto private parking beneath a pretty pergola. Adjacent to this, a sunny south facing courtyard garden enjoys a high degree of privacy and provides the ideal al fresco entertaining space. The manicured communal gardens and wooded landscape extend to 16 acres for all to take pleasure in, though the real joy of this property is the endless beauty of the estate itself. During Cliveden's opening hours, residents have free and unrestricted access via a private gate to its stunning range of woodland and riverside walks, sculpted gardens and spectacular vistas.
A Concierge oversees day-to-day life within the village itself, dealing with everything from communal maintenance, landscaping and window cleaning to refuse collection and recycling. The Concierge is also available to accept home deliveries and provides a reassuring presence during normal business hours (a burglar alarm is also fitted to the property). National Trust gardeners maintain the wooded landscape surrounding the village.
Specially designated communal buildings cater for residents' interests, providing places to meet and perhaps keep fit, to relax and enjoy life. Throughout the Cliveden Estate, with its National Trust cafes and the von Essen luxury hotel, there are a host of both informal and sophisticated dining and leisure options.

LOCATION

Cliveden Village is in a highly desirable location with excellent links for travel by road, rail or air. Taplow Station is just 2 miles away with services to London taking only 35 minutes and will greatly benefit from the much anticipated arrival of Crossrail in 2019 (ample on street parking). The development is close to both the M4 and M40 motorways giving access to the M25, while Heathrow airport is only 12 miles away. To reach Cliveden Village by car, simply follow the brown National Trust signs for Cliveden from all main roads. The entrance to the village is located on Cliveden Road.


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02 June 2016

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