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Widbrook Lodge is an exclusive collection of one and two bedroom apartments in the pretty Berkshire town of Maidenhead, close to the River Thames.
Comprising 12 exceptionally designed apartments within a thoughtfully planned elegant apartment building in an enviable location just a short drive away from the centre of Maidenhead and a short stroll to the River Thames.
You will benefit from the myriad of amenities this town has to offer, while you can easily take a leisurely stroll along the banks of the beautiful River Thames. What’s more, you can make the most of the area’s excellent road and rail links, whether you are travelling for business or pleasure.
You can rest assured your new Shanly home has been designed to offer the utmost in comfort and convenience, with its open plan living spaces giving you the perfect environment in which to entertain guests. Widbrook Lodge is sure to become a much-loved community within a community and will certainly be somewhere you are proud to call home.
Since the development of Shanly’s first home in 1969, they have remained committed to developing high-specification, sustainable, architecturally innovative homes, designed to complement the local environment and improve the quality of life for those who live there.
Shanly's award-winning team of professionals take great pride in building attractive homes in desirable locations, enhancing landscapes and building communities across London and the South East.
All their new homes benefit from an industry recognised 10-year insurance-backed guarantee.
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