- Tenure: Leasehold
- Set in National Trust owned Cliveden Estate
- Ground floor apartment
- Exclusively for those aged 55 and over
- Recently redecorated
- Decking with open aspect to woodland
- Allocated parking
Holy Trinity CofE Primary School, Cookham (1.1mi.)
St Nicolas' Church of England Combined School (1.3mi.)
St Peter's Church of England Primary School (1.5mi.)
A well maintained ground floor apartment with access to communal gardens and the river. Located in this favoured development adjoining the Cliveden estate.
A well maintained ground floor apartment being secluded at the rear and having a pretty aspect over National Trust woodland. This attractive apartment has been well maintained and has oak flooring and under floor heating. There is a 'state of the art' environmental system which refreshes the air inside the apartment.
Ground floor: entrance hall, open plan living room/dining/kitchen area, master bedroom with en suite bathroom, bedroom two, family bathroom.
Outside: one overground parking space and one underground parking for one car and storage cupboard.
Taplow has two public houses and a Community Hall. Cliveden Village is a short drive from Burnham, Maidenhead and Beaconsfield which offer comprehensive shopping facilities. Nearby Cookham has several excellent restaurants and is the home of the Stanley Spencer Gallery. The M4, M40 and M25 give good motorway access to London Heathrow and the West and there is a railway station in Taplow offering services to Paddington, Maidenhead and Burnham, Reading and Oxford. From December 2019, up to four Elizabeth line trains an hour in each direction will serve Taplow station, allowing passengers to travel right through central London without having to change trains. Sporting/leisure facilities abound in the area with many notable golf courses, riding and walking in Burnham Beeches.
THE CLIVEDEN VILLAGE CONCEPT
Residents of Cliveden Village benefit from direct access to the grounds of Cliveden House. Set high above the Thames with far-reaching views, Cliveden’s impressive gardens and majestic woodlands capture the grandeur of a bygone age. From the formality of the Parterre with its vibrant floral displays to the quirky statuary and topiary in the Long Garden, the gardens will delight you in every season. The formal gardens give way to secluded glades, tree-lined avenues and picturesque riverside with miles of woodland walks to discover. For more information visit
Cliveden Village blends naturally into the 16 acres in which it is set. Sympathetically constructed to complement the landscape on an aesthetic and environmental level. National Trust gardeners maintain the woodland surrounding the village and an Estate Manager oversees the day-to-day life within the village itself, including communal maintenance, landscaping, window cleaning, refuse collection and recycling. The service charge also covers a Concierge Service for residents and the use of 3 communal buildings on the site where many social events and classes take place.
The accommodation is as follows:
COMMUNAL ENTRANCE HALL
Leading to personal front door and entrance hall.
With storage cupboards, one with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. A large glazed screen allows natural light into the apartment.
SITTING ROOM/DINING ROOM
Open plan living room area with light oak flooring with doors opening to a wide terrace and the communal gardens.
The kitchen is fitted with wood and cream fronted base and wall units and is fully equipped with a range of modern AEG integrated appliances including dishwasher, oven, hob and fridge/freezer, extractor fan, and Corian worktops.
Fitted with a range of wardrobe cupboards and full length windows and door leading to the terrace area.
EN SUITE BATHROOM
Fitted with bath, low level WC, wash hand basin, shower cubicle, fitted mirror with concealed storage behind, tiled floor and walls.
With fitted wardrobes and views to the rear.
FAMILY SHOWER ROOM
Fitted with shower cubicle, wash hand basin with vanity unit below and low level WC.
Large and wide terrace opening to communal grounds.
One overground parking space and one underground space in adjoining apartment block (Coppice) with storage locker.
Energy Efficiency Rating – C. Please contact us for a full copy of the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).
Leasehold: 125 years from 2009.
Service charge/Reserve fund: c £3,800 pa, payable in two instalments.
Ground rent: £300 pa, payable half yearly.
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