'Wispington House' represents a substantial detached character property built in the 1920's which has undergone a significant refurbishment and extension programme by the present owners to provide a very large family house with over.
.sq ft of accommodation with up to 8 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and a flexible layout. With a distinctive Gunmetal grey & black livery, this interesting family house enjoys a very high specification with great attention to detail, with the accommodation spread over three floors, with many features including a superb re-fitted open plan kitchen/family/breakfast room, extensive Porcelain tiled or wooden flooring throughout ground floor, new bathrooms, etc.. gas fired central heating & double glazed windows. The gardens include outside terrace with dining & seating area, secret children's treehouse, soft ground play area & outside chalet style outbuilding.
Situated at the end of a sheltered residential cul de sac, a private lane situated close to Cookham Station (London Paddington via Maidenhead) and within a few hundred yards of local shops at Cookham Rise. Cookham High Street offering a wide variety of restaurants, cafes, pubs and individual boutiques is just over one mile. Bourne End village with a wider variety of everyday shops and the Marina is about two miles, with the larger riverside towns of Marlow & Maidenhead both approximately four miles. Marlow offers the famous Compleat Angler Hotel on the bridge, and a host of thriving restaurants including 'The Ivy Marlow Garden' in the High Street, and Tom Kerridge's 2 Michelin Star 'The Hand & Flowers' in West Street. Local recreation facilities include walking, riding & cycling in Cookham Dean & at National Trust Lands at nearby Pinkneys Green; golf at Winter Hill & Temple; sailing at Cookham Reach Sailing Club, as well as the National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey with gymnasium and a wide variety of both indoor & outside sports. Marlow as clubs for hockey, cricket, tennis & bowls all in Pound Lane adjoining Higginson Park and the river, and the Court Garden Leisure complex with swimming pool & gymnasium.
From the centre of Cookham, proceed west from the High Street towards Cookham Dean. Continue into The Pound, passing the common, and The Crown public house on your right- hand side, continue into Station Hill, cross the railway line then turn left into High Road, where Worster Road is the second turning on the left-hand side. 'Wispington House' is almost at the end of the cul de sac on the right-hand side.