Fine detached house, in a unique development adjoining Windsor Great Park
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A smart and spacious detached family home, with light and airy accommodation, set in a sought-after prestigious development on the edge of Windsor Great Park. The property features three flexible reception rooms and five double bedrooms, plus attractive gardens backing onto the beautifully kept communal grounds. Bears Rails Park is known for its thriving, friendly community, complemented by a communal function room, available for use by residents and ideal for parties and get-togethers.
The house is entered via a generous reception hall that creates a welcoming first impression and conveniently opens out to all of the ground floor rooms, thereby providing excellent space for both family living and entertaining. The spacious sitting room enjoys a sense of light and space due to its dual aspect and double doors opening out to the garden, and there is also a well-proportioned dining room for formal dining, and a useful study. The kitchen, with a pleasing view over the attractive rear gardens, is extensively fitted with a range of units and integrated appliances, and is open-plan to the breakfast room, with double doors opening out to the rear patio and providing excellent space for informal dining and relaxation. A cloakroom completes the arrangement on this floor.
Upstairs there is a master bedroom and an en suite bathroom featuring a separate shower and his and hers basins, a second bedroom with an en suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The rear bedrooms enjoy beautiful views over the rear garden, communal grounds and Windsor Great Park beyond.
To the front of the house is a block-paved driveway providing off-road parking and leading to the garage. A pathway leads through an area of lawn to the house entrance, where attractive flower beds stocked with a various plants and clipped shrubs, lie to both sides. At the rear, the south-west facing garden is a fine feature of the property and, enclosed by hedging, mature shrubs and trees, enjoys immense privacy and seclusion. The garden is principally laid to lawn, edged with established flower beds and borders, and a large paved patio provides superb outdoor dining and entertaining space.
To the rear of the development, and adjoining Windsor Great Park, there are several acres of communal grounds for the use of the residents.
The property is located on a prestigious development in an idyllic semi-rural location, just outside Old Windsor, a village situated to the south-east of the historic town of Windsor. The local shops of Old Windsor and Englefield Green cater for day-to-day needs whilst Windsor offers a more extensive range of shopping and recreational facilities.
Sporting/leisure facilities in the region are abundant and include horse riding and polo in Windsor Great Park, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor, golf at a number of clubs including Wentworth and Sunningdale, and boating and rowing on some stretches of the River Thames. Attractions for all the family include the adjacent Windsor Great Park, the nearby historic site of Runnymede, Windsor Castle (the official residence of the Her Majesty the Queen), Virginia Water Lake and Legoland.
Communication links are excellent with rails services to London Waterloo from Egham, two stations in Windsor providing links to both London Waterloo (about 58 minutes) and London Paddington (about 29 minutes, via Slough), and an additional stations in Datchet and Staines. There is also easy access to the national motorway network via the nearby M4 and M25 motorways. There is also easy access to the national motorway network via the nearby M4 and M25 motorways.
Educational facilities in the area are excellent, in both the independent and state sectors.
Exit the M25 at Junction 13 and at the roundabout take the Egham exit. Continue to the next roundabout and take the A308 (towards Windsor), passing the Runnymede Hotel on your right. Follow this road through Runnymede, with the river on your right. At the mini roundabout at the end of this road, turn left into Priest Hill and immediately right into Burfield Road. Continue on Burfield Road and turn left into Crimp Hill (just as Burfield Road becomes St. Lukes Road). Continue up Crimp Hill, following the road round to the left and the entrance to Bears Rails Park will be seen a short distance along on the right hand side.Read all
- Reception hall
- 3 Reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- 5 Bedrooms (2 en suite)
- Family bathroom
- South-west facing garden
- Off-road parking
- Communal grounds
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