Longworth Drive, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 8XA | Property for sale | Savills
2,894 sq ft(268.86 sq m)
Guide price £1,495,000

Longworth DriveMaidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 8XA

    Key features

    • Detached character period property
    • Fantastic Summer house/office
    • Flexible accommodation with downstairs bedroom
    • Located in a tucked away position
    • Great location for transport links

    Detached character period property situated in a tucked away position.

    About this property

    • Built in 1890, Glen Lodge occupies an enviable position in Maidenhead Riverside, concealed behind electric gates within a charming mature garden plot. Just a brief stroll away from River Thames amenities, train stations, cafes, and restaurants, this immaculately presented property underwent recent extensions by its current owners. The result is a blend of style and versatility, featuring two first-floor bedroom suites accessible via separate staircases.

      The ground floor hosts a contemporary kitchen, a breakfast room adjacent to a separate dining area, and a welcoming hall leading to a spacious sitting room/sunroom with delightful garden views. Completing the ground floor are a master bedroom suite and a separate study.

      Highlighting the exterior are secluded and private gardens, showcasing well-manicured lawns, formal and vibrant beds, and a spacious sun terrace ideal for outdoor entertaining. The property also includes a double garage and a summerhouse with power, enhancing the overall outdoor experience.

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    A fantastically versatile home in one of my favourite parts of Maidenhead close to the river.

    John HensonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Maidenhead is a market town on set on the river Thames. Since Edwardian days it has been a place for fun. It was notorious for champagne parties and Guards Club Events. People flocked to see the wealthier classes enjoying themselves. Today Maidenhead is known for its attractive riverfront with Boulters Lock and Ray Mill Island being a focal point with river boat trips and popular riverfront restaurants. Local events include a regular farmers market and full programme of events at Norden Farm Centre for Arts.
    • Maidenhead offers a wide range of select and state schooling including Boyn Hill Infants school, Newlands Girls' School, Desborough Boys School, Burchetts Green CE Infant School, St. Piran's, Claires Court and Sir William Borlase Grammar, Marlow. N.B. Please check catchments and admissions policies.
    • Rail access to London (Paddington) is available from Taplow and Maidenhead (journey time from approx. 35 minutes). The new Elizabeth line is now open connecting the area to the city. Road connections are good with access to the M4 available via Junctions 7 or 8/9 leading to Heathrow, London and the M25.

    Additional information

    • Council Tax band G - Royal borough of Windsor & Maidenhead
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G