Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 7JR, UK
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Carson & Co. - Maidenhead Sales Agent Valuation of this property is £1,500,000
Carson & Co are delighted to offer this unique opportunity to the marke with *** no chain*** .
This family home is situated facing the stunning north town moor nature reserve a pond with beautiful views.
Surrounded by outstanding local schools, 10 minute walk to Maidenhead town centre and train station, close to amenities and beautiful public footpaths through to Cookham from outside your house.
This four bed detached home was built in the 1950's with potential to extend into a beautiful family home or alternatively you have the opportunity to develop on the land itself.
The main property comprises of three double bedrooms and a smaller fourth bedroom with a family bathroom and a separate shower room with a large landing overlooking the beautiful nature reserve and fields.
Downstairs consists of two reception rooms, one being larger than average following on through to the kitchen area with adjoining conservatory and downstairs W/C.
The property is in need of modernisation and has great potential.
The front exterior of this unique home is you have parking for up to five cars and two separate garages either side of the property.
The house itself has a great sized garden with two outbuildings; the first one has power and heating throughout with double doors leading out onto the garden. This out building could be used for a business such as child minding or hairdressing, the opportunity here is endless if you have a business that runnable from your home.
In the past this house has had several businesses that have been run from there such as:
¢ Tropical fish business / fully pet shop license
¢ Security business
¢ Private ambulance business
¢ Registered/ licenced child minding
¢ Licensed fire engine limousine
¢ Bed and breakfast
There is also a further outbuilding down the bottom of the garden and again this outbuilding has power and has heating throughout, added bonus to this one is it has a shower and toilet in so would be suitable to live in if you were to works to the property to save having to rent out another house while conducting the work you wanted to do in the main house.
The land is to the side of the property is approx. ¼ of an acre, which could be used as a paddock for horses and potential to build a few stables on there.
About the surrounded area of north town moor:
Once part of extensive common lands to the north of Maidenhead, North Town Moor was all but surrounded when the town expanded during the Victorian period.
The Green Way:
Starting from Cookham Moor, the east and west sections of the Green Way travel either side of the Strand Water and Fleet Ditch south past Widbrook common and White Brook stream through arable fields, before reaching North Town Moor.
After taking some time to enjoy the community orchard created by Make Space for Life Volunteers, be sure to keep an eye out for bumblebees, dragonflies, butterflies and damselflies in the verges that are managed for conservation.
From here the Green Way continues south, through Maidenhead and Green Lane, before crossing the causeway and finishing in the village of Bray.
Working alongside the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, we look after this area of important green space for the benefit of all. The northern part of North Town Moor is regularly cut for amenity purposes, providing a great space in which to go for a run or walk a dog.
The pond next to the car park is managed by Make Space for Life, along with the community orchard. This is a great place to feed the ducks, as long as you abide by the signs put up by the volunteers who encourage you not to feed the ducks bread.
The community orchard has a variety of apple trees, including Miller's seedling, Grand Duke Constantine and Ball's Pipin, with the occasional plum and cherry tree.
The verges and southern parts of North Town Moor are abundant in insects, including many damselflies and hoverflies. As a consequence North Town Moor has a surprisingly diverse bird population for an urban sight.
Planning your visit:
" Free parking is available at the North Town Moor car park.
" North Town Moor is 1 mile south of Widbrook Common and 2 miles south of Cookham Moor.
" The nearest railway station is Furze Platt, which is 0.5 miles west of North Town Moor.
If you are interested in viewing this property please call now to avoid disappointment, this is a must see property and to truly appreciate the potential that comes with this house a viewing is recommended.