Luxury 2 bedroom penthouse with a large private terrace overlooking the Jubilee river in Taplow, SL6
Taplow Riverside will offer a collection of new and refurbished luxury homes amid beautiful landscaped parkland including new riverside walks and picnic areas.
As part of the redevelopment of this area, the once glamorous Skindles Hotel site is being thoughtfully transformed into an impressive restaurant space and enviable townhouses boasting riverfront access along the River Thames with private moorings.
Designed to Berkeleys renowned standards these homes offer luxury modern living with open plan living spaces filled with natural light and high specification including:
Handcrafted kitchens manufactured by British furniture company Charles Yorke
Top of the range Siemens kitchen appliances
Luxury bathroom suites with Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware and bespoke vanity units
Modern fittings including USB charging points and ceiling speakers.
Taplow Riverside is set amongst the beautiful English countryside, looking over the Thames and Jubilee rivers and benefitting from an array of shared outdoor spaces and new Thames side restaurant, creating the perfect setting for spending time with family and friends.
Set in a truly remarkable location, Taplow is neighbour some of the countrys most celebrated riverside towns and villages, including Marlow, Henley-on-Thames, Cookham, Windsor and Bray, where you will find an astonishing array of renowned bars, restaurants, boutique shops and local amenities.
Located between Maidenhead and the village of Taplow, Taplow Riverside already has fast links into London from both these stations, yet with the arrival of Crossrail in 2019, you will be able to reach Paddington in just 34 minutes* from Taplow Station. So whether you are heading to the Capital for work in Canary Wharf, to a show in the West End or shopping on Bond Street, Taplow Riverside offers the perfect blend of commuter convenience and luxurious living.
For further information please visit www.crossrail.co.uk
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