Michelin star homes in Maidenhead attract good taste
An award-winning restaurant, cosy café or highly-regarded pub can make a home even more appealing to modern buyers. Within the highly-sought after Berkshire countryside, the thriving town of Maidenhead is a magnet for foodies, who appreciate great taste. The latest Good Food Guide 2019[i] and Michelin Guide 2019[ii] has reaffirmed the status of the area’s two Michelin 3-star restaurants, The Fat Duck and The Waterside Inn, both ranked within the top 50 restaurants in the UK. Approximately one mile away from both establishments, foodies will be well-served at Green Gates, Spitfire Bespoke Homes’ Michelin star-worthy development, in Maidenhead, Berkshire.
The Berkshire village of Bray is home to Heston Blumenthal’s Fat Duck, which appeared 10th in the Good Food Guide 2019, whilst The Waterside Inn, the only establishment in the UK to have retained three Michelin stars for over 30 years, came in at 35th. Perfect for foodies looking to enjoy fine dining and fine living, Green Gates is a stunning collection of seven, four and five-bedroom detached and semi-detached properties, just minutes from both of these top restaurants, where just two homes remain.
Richard Page, Sales & Marketing Director of Spitfire Bespoke Homes, comments: “Maidenhead is the perfect area for those looking to enjoy an excellent choice of restaurants on their doorstep and our Green Gates development is right in the heart of Berkshire’s well renowned food scene. There are now only two homes remaining, both with large bespoke kitchen islands and dining areas, providing the ideal space for food lovers to enjoy dining both in the comfort of their home and out.”
Set within a private gated drive with a woodland backdrop, The Dimbleby is one of the final properties remaining at Green Gates. The impressive three-storey detached house boasts five double bedrooms, two with en-suite bathrooms. On the ground floor, the expansive kitchen/dining/family room extends the whole length of the house, creating the perfect space for cooking, entertaining and socialising as a family. Bi-folding doors open from this room onto the rear garden, maximising natural light and space. There is also a separate spacious living room with French doors, as well as a utility room and cloakroom.
Upstairs, the large master suite incorporates a dressing room and en suite bathroom. The second bedroom also boasts a dressing room and en suite, while the remaining three bedrooms share the family bathroom on the first floor, and a shower room on the second floor. The homes at Green Gates are finished to an exceptionally high specification, with individually designed kitchens featuring Silestone quartz worktops, glass splashbacks and integrated Siemens appliances, and white contemporary sanitary ware by Villeroy and Boch with polished chrome fittings by Hansgrohe in the bathrooms.
Maidenhead Town Centre is within walking distance of Green Gates, and residents are able to take advantage of all that this historic market town has to offer. A variety of shops can be found, with a mix of independent retailers and popular high-street names, along with a number of popular restaurants, cafes and eateries. The regular Maidenhead farmers market offers seasonal local produce, along with a variety of crafts.
For access to the capital, direct services from Maidenhead take as little as 25 minutes into London Paddington, ideal for commuters and those looking to enjoy further top restaurants in the city.
The Boulting is currently available for £1.195m, whilst The Dimbleby is available for £1.245m. For further information, please visit www.greengatesmaidenhead.co.uk, or call 01628 636550.
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