High Street, Langley, Berkshire, SL3 8LS

£300,000 Sold STC

  • bedrooms2
  • receptions2
  • bathrooms1

Property Description

Delightful two bedroom apartment exuding charm and character in a picturesque corner of Langley. Hilton King and Locke are proud to offer an immaculate top floor apartment in the elegant Marish Court . A pretty , private courtyard leads to the entrance lobby. Lease hold- 999 years from 2017.

Upon entering the property the hallway is designed with delicate grey and features impressive high ceilings leading into a living area with fire place, wood floors and stunning views across the local parks and night sky. An archway leads in to the kitchen area with white goods ideal design for entertaining.

The property offers a second stunning spacious reception, wood floor, fire place set in a traditional classic design also with tranquil views across the village .

Immaculate master bedroom finished to the highest standard with superb built in wardrobes , second spacious double bedroom both with traditional fire places. A modern family bathroom with shower completes this stunning property .

Marish Court is ideally located for local shops, parks and Langley train station with fast train to the capital only a few metres away reducing the tiresome city commute. By road the nearby M4 is under half a mile away. A short drive and the social scene and daytime shopping of Windsor awaits your free time.

Ideal for professionals in search of an immaculate property with classic Edwardian touch ! A truly beautiful and unique apartment .

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Tel: 01753 650033

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Please Note: These sales particulars have been prepared by HILTON KING & LOCKE upon the instructions of the vendor(s). Services, fittings and equipment referred to within the sales particulars have not been tested (unless otherwise stated) and no warranties can be given. Accordingly the prospective buyer(s) must make their own enquiries regarding such matters.