Braydene has been constructed to the exacting standards of the award winning developer Millgate Homes in 2012 and has since been upgraded to encompass every conceivable luxury for family life. Carefully positioned on a private plot Braydene overlooks manicured gardens and backs onto mature woodland. Entered via the discreet and quiet Heathfield Avenue, the property sits behind security gates. Approaching the house, a second set of electric gates open to welcome you to the front of the property. Walking across the grey granite stone steps, Braydene’s front door opens to an impressive double height entrance hall, wrapped with an American walnut staircase. The ground floor includes a large open plan family room with impressive fitted kitchen, which encompasses a Sub-Zero fridge freezer and other branded appliances, which surround the main island. B&B Italia shelving houses the family TV and double doors open to the terrace – ideal for al fresco dining. The formal dining room and drawing room are located off the hall, both with double doors leading onto the terrace. The study commands views over the front drive. Walking up the American walnut staircase to the master bedroom suite, double doors open to this impressive space with two large southerly facing balconies. The suite itself hosting a large bathroom with double sinks and a modern egg shell bath with separate shower, a walk in wardrobe and a full wall of additional wardrobe space. There are 3 further bedroom suites on the first floor, all with ensuite bath / shower rooms and ample wardrobe space. The second floor is home to bedroom suites five and six, and a large playroom / home cinema, with overflow storage space in the eaves. Outside there is a triple garage with staff annexe above, with open plan living room / bedroom, separate kitchen and a bathroom. The rear garden enjoys afternoon and evening sun is very private, partly surrounded by tall evergreen trees and partly backing onto mixed woodland. The terrace encompasses a hot tub, sun bathing area and ample space for outside dining off the kitchen. There is a hand crafted wooden pavilion at one end of the long manicured lawns.
Situation Braydene is located in a very sought after residential area between Sunningdale and Ascot. Sunningdale train station is just over 1 mile away and the village offers a selection of local shops ( as well as Waitrose supermarket), coffee shops, restaurants and pubs. More extensive facilities can be found in Ascot, 2 miles away or Windsor 7 miles away. Junction 3 of the M3 is just 4.5 miles away and links to the M25 to provide great links to central London and Terminal 5 at Heathrow, 10 miles away.
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