An excellent opportunity to refurbish a 3-bedroom, Victorian home, close to town centre

A charming terraced period property with an attractive, classic façade, showcasing a three-sided, ground floor bay window. The house is now in need of a programme of renovation, but characteristic features remain, including picture rails, sash windows, high ceilings and fireplaces, some of which are currently sealed-off, but one includes a decorative, cast-iron hood and tiled surround.

The ground floor accommodation currently offers a front-aspect, sitting room with the advantage of a bright, south-easterly aspect, and beyond this a separate dining room with French doors opening out to the rear garden. The reception hall leads on to the kitchen, where original cupboard storage is retained, along with a high-level mantel, and a further internal door provides access to a utility area and store rooms.

On the first floor, there are three bedrooms, with the bright and airy principal featuring twin windows and all rooms having sealed chimney breasts. A family bathroom is situated on the upper level, with a cloakroom on the floor below.


Brick piers and a wrought-iron gate mark the entrance to the property, giving access to the arched storm-porch across an attractive tessellated pathway. There is a small garden to the front , screened from the road by a low brick retaining wall and mature shrubs and hedging. To the rear, the garden is principally laid to lawn with various shrubs and plants, and would benefit from some attention in order reinstate it to its former glory.


The historic town of Windsor offers an extensive range of shopping, with both independent and national stores on the city’s main shopping thoroughfare, Peascod Street, and in the pedestrian-only shopping centre of King Edward Court together with two trains stations, and numerous cafés, bars and restaurants. The quaint town of Eton may be reached on foot from Windsor, via a pedestrian bridge.

Windsor is surrounded by miles of beautiful countryside, with local attractions including Windsor Castle, Windsor Great Park with 4,800 acres to explore, the Theatre Royal Windsor, Savill Garden, and Virginia Water Lake.

Sporting and leisure facilities in the area encompass horse riding and polo in Windsor Great Park, horse racing at Windsor and Ascot, boating on some stretches of the River Thames, and golf at The Home Park Golf Course, Sunningdale, Wentworth, and The Royal Berkshire.

The area has a good range of state schooling including Trinity St. Stephen C of E Aided First School, Windsor Boys’ School and Windsor Girls’ School together with a good selection of noted independent schools including Upton House, The King’s House, St. George’s and Eton College.


With Strutt & Parker’s Windsor office on your left, head along Sheet Street and after a quarter of a mile, turn right onto Frances Road. The property will be found on the right-hand side.

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Other features

  • No onward chain
  • Reception hall
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Utility room, cloakroom and 3 store rooms
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Front & rear gardens
  • Conveniently placed for town centre

Other details

  • Floorplan
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Ref: KNH210044

Frances Road Windsor Berkshire SL4

Guide Price

Ref: KNH210044

Frances Road Windsor Berkshire SL4

Guide Price