A fine period terraced house, in a town centre location.
A fine period family house in a highly desirable location, close to town centre and local amenities. The house boasts a stylish interior with a blend of period and modern-day features and benefits from a charming courtyard style garden.
Accessed via a welcoming reception hall with an attractive tessellated floor, the ground floor is arranged to provide an elegant open-plan sitting/dining room with two period fireplaces, plantation style windows shutters to the front, and built-in cabinetry, and a bespoke fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a practical tiled floor. The breakfast area provides ample space for a dining table and a door provides direct access to the rear garden.
On the first floor, there is the master bedroom with a feature fireplace and plantation-style window shutters, two further bedrooms and a bathroom, also with window shutters and with a separate rainfall shower. On the upper floor there is an additional bedroom benefitting from a skylight with rooftop views towards Windsor Castle, along with an en suite shower room.
To the front of the house is a small garden with a tessellated pathway and a low retaining wall topped by wrought iron railings. At the rear is a charming courtyard style garden with a water feature, raised flower beds and a circular paved seating area, providing excellent space for outdoor dining and relaxation.
The property is ideally located to take advantage of all that Windsor has to offer, from the wide range of stores on the towns main shopping thoroughfare, Peascod Street, to the pedestrian-only shopping centre of King Edward Court. The quaint and historic town of Eton may be reached on foot from Windsor via a pedestrian bridge.
Communication links are excellent with two nearby railway stations providing good links to both London Paddington (via Slough) and London Waterloo, easy access to the motorway network and Heathrow Airport. Windsor is surrounded by miles of countryside, yet is still within easy commuting distance of London.
Local attractions include the Long Walk, that provides pleasant walks from Windsor Castle to the Copper Horse statue at the end, Theatre Royal, Windsor Great Park with 4,800 acres to explore, Legoland and Virginia Water Lake. The area also offers a range of sporting/leisure facilities including horse riding and polo in Windsor Great Park, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor, and golf at Wentworth, Sunningdale, The Berkshire and Swinley Forest.
Educational opportunities are excellent and include St. Georges, Queensmead and Upton House in Windsor, St. Marys and St. Georges in Ascot, Lambrook in Winkfield Row, Eton College, Wellington College and Royal Holloway.
With Strutt & Parkers Ascot office on your left, continue into Sheet Street and follow the road until it bears left, where you will turn right into Frances Road. Take the second turning on the right into Grove Road and the property will be found a short distance along on the right hand side.Read all
- Reception hall
- Sitting/dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- 4 Bedrooms (1 en suite)
- Family bathroom
- Charming courtyard garden
- Permit parking
- Close to town centre
- Virtual Viewing
- Map & Street View
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