Bourne End


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
This home was built in 1892 and offers very spacious accommodation. It is set in a desirable location in Wharf Lane, minutes' level walking distance from the thriving village centre of Bourne End with its shops, restaurants, schools, doctors surgeries, library and train station. The train station provides a connection to Maidenhead, where direct trains run to London Paddington. From December 2019, Crossrail services from Maidenhead will reduce travelling times and allow passengers to travel further into central London and Canary Wharf without having to change trains. Wharf Lane also leads after a short distance to boating facilities at Bourne End Marina on the River Thames, with access beyond to a range of sporting and leisure activities, riverside walks and National Trust common land.

This three storey family home boasts period features including sash bay windows which sit comfortably alongside the stunning refurbished kitchen with underfloor heating and bi-fold doors to the garden.

A driveway to the side of the house leads to a paved area, the garage and workshop.

Ferry View boasts a private rear garden, mainly laid to lawn, with seasonal planting and mature trees including a Magnolia and a silver birch. There is an area of patio perfect for entertaining and alfresco dining.

EPC rating E.

Directions: SAT NAV SL8 5RU. Turn into Wharf Lane and Ferry View will be found on your right hand side.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01494 571959

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