Taplow Riverside offers waterside views for tranquil riverside strolls, ducks feeds, idyllic picnic spots and boat rides, access to long country walks, views over the country park and Michelin starred local restaurants (like the Phat Duck in nearby Bray, The Boat House at Boultors Lock which sits opposite the scheme, and the new restaurant onsite Roux at Skindles). Moorings can be hired or purchased at the scheme for boat owners. Sitting in the Taplow Riverside Conservation Area, means the surrounds will be protected and cared for. The area is also set to benefit from Crossrail too, with access via Taplow Station and nearby Maidenhead.
The collection of impressive wharf-style apartments within Jubilee Mill are single-storey, come with lift access, high specification finishes such as underfloor heating, a wet room and dressing room, and some include a private terrace and garden too, dependent on price point.
Taplow Riverside is set on the historic site of the former Regis Paper Mill, which includes both new properties and sensitive conversions of some of the most noteworthy buildings on the site, including Millside House which was once the powerhouse for the Paper Mill operated there by the Venables family from 1767 until early this century. Historical records show that the area was used for milling from as early as 1194, and the paper mill started by the Venables family operated there from 1767 until it finally closed in 2006. Now, thanks to Berkeley Homes, the area has returned to tranquillity, with an emphasis on creating a beautiful natural environment. The next phase of the development includes the Grade II listed Glen Island House and buildings, where the restoration preserves the historic interest and island views.
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