Charming Grade II listed house with a south facing garden set in highly desirable Dorney village.
Lavender Cottage is a delightful 17th century timber framed property with red brick nogging, old tile roof with bands of fish scale tiles. This has created a beautifully unique and detailed façade. Inside the period details include beamed ceilings and walls, diamond lead light windows and fireplace. This house offers accommodation over two floors with extensive parking and a south facing rear garden. Set in Dorney village
and opposite the well regarded Palmer Arms.
A long gravelled driveway leads to the front of the property with parking for several cars and access to the garage. The front garden is principally laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees providing privacy.
On the ground floor the reception hall is home to a large inglenook fireplace perfect for creating a warm and welcoming entrance. French doors lead you into the sitting room which along with the reception hall has wonderful wood block floors. The dining room is double aspect and French doors open this on to the garden terrace this is ideal for enjoying outdoor entertaining. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cabinets and drawers, integrated appliances, tiled floor and Aga cooker.
Additionally there is space for breakfast dining and a walk-in
pantry/cupboard. A cloakroom with access to the garage completes this floor.
On the first floor is the spacious main bedroom with en suite bathroom and views over the garden. There are three further bedrooms, a family bathroom and a family shower room.
The sizable south facing rear garden is principally laid to lawn with mature shrub and tree borders. A sheltered garden terrace is perfect for outdoor entertaining. There are also two useful garden stores to the rear of the garage.
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I adore this house! 'Chocolate-box' picture perfect! Lovely garden backing onto open fields. It is in a great location, close to a fabulous local gastro-pub and just a few minutes' walk to Dorney Common where cattle graze freely. The river with The Thames Path is also very close. I love the fact that you feel so close to nature here but its also just a quick drive to town centre shops and Taplow train station for Crossrail link to London.Suzy LambertProperty agent