The property has a part timber frame with painted brick infills and sits under tiled gabled roof with gabled dormers and a C20 flanking chimney on left. The exposed timber frame, beams and brickwork are a feature throughout and there are attractive windows and latch and brace doors. The cottage is entered via an enclosed porch and into the cosy sitting room with brick inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove with oak mantle. The pretty hand painted kitchen/dining room benefits from granite work surfaces, stone flooring, and built in appliances include a Baumatic gas cooker and hob. There is a family room/office with solid wood floors and French doors open out to the gardens. There is also a small atrium with a fridge and a guest cloakroom. The first floor can be accessed by either of the two staircases. The master bedroom has a basin and shares a Jack and Jill bathroom with the third bedroom. There is a separate guest bedroom and en suite with roll top bath.
This separate building dates back to the 18th Century and is of special historic interest and still features the original horse tethering rings on the rear wall. Currently used for entertaining and as a games room, the property benefits from small kitchen and shower room with a mezzanine level accessed via a ladder.
Thicket Roundabout J9 (A404M) 3.5 miles • M4 J8/9 5.5 miles Maidenhead Station 5.5 miles • Henley-on-Thames 5 miles Marlow 6 miles • High Wycombe 11 miles (fast commuter links to Marylebone), Windsor 12 miles • M40 (J5) 4 miles (All distances are approximate)