A delightful period home, part of a former coaching inn which was converted into five dwellings. The entrance is situated between two chimneys at the side of the property. The lovely rear garden is most attractive and is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs.
The house is located in a desirable semi-rural location on the edge of the village, just a stone’s throw from the village green where cricket is played in the summer months. The local pub with its Michelin star chef is a short walk from the property. Maidenhead and Twyford railway stations are approximately 3½ miles away and there is convenient access to the M4 and M40 motorways. A viewing is strongly recommended.
DIRECTIONS:From Junction 8/9 of the M4 motorway, take the A308(M) signposted Maidenhead (Central). At the roundabout take the third exit on to Ascot Road (A330) signposted Holyport. Continue along this road, passing Holyport Village Green on the left-hand side, and continue for a further mile passing through the hamlets of Stud Green and Touchen End, then take the right-hand turning signposted Paley Street. Continue along this road, passing The Bridge House and Royal Oak public houses on the left, over the motorway flyover and continue for a further half mile, taking the second turning right into Kiln Hill. At the ‘T’ junction turn right, and take the first right into Braemar.