Rarely available, an impressive property tucked-away yet close to town centre

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Enjoying an enviable tucked-away location on the banks of a backwater of the River Thames, The Coach House is a fine property topped by a charming clock tower, presenting an excellent opportunity for those seeking a unique property of immense character and charm. The house forms part of an impressive former mill house, once the home of Michael Caine and later, Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, and successfully combines the luxuries of modern-day living with many period features including the original entry arched brickwork detail. The clock tower is fully working, with recently replaced clock faces and electronic movements, and the bell, with the date 1904 forged on it, may be turned off.

The ground floor accommodation is arranged to provide three light and airy reception rooms, all opening out to the secluded south-facing garden, thereby providing superb entertaining and relaxation space. The 25ft triple aspect sitting room enjoys direct access to the garden via French doors whilst the family room boasts bi-folding doors, as does dining room which is awash with natural light due to a glazed roof. The spacious open-plan kitchen/breakfast room, fitted with a range of stylish, contemporary units, integral appliances and a stainless steel range cooker, provides ample space for a dining table and is perfect for informal dining occasions.

Situated on the first floor is a generous principal bedroom with an en suite shower room, along with three further bedrooms (one currently used as a study) and a family bathroom. A separate staircase provides access to useful ancillary accommodation located above the double garage comprising a 21 ft. bedroom/sitting room with a high beamed ceiling, a kitchenette and an en suite shower room. Access to this area may also be gained via the garage.

Outside

At the entrance to the property, wrought iron security gates open onto a large gravel driveway and the sense of arrival is impressive. To the side is a double whilst to the rear is a secluded, landscaped garden that enjoys a southerly aspect and incorporates paved terracing, a beautifully maintained area of lawn, raised flowerbeds and a storage shed.

Situated on the first floor is a generous principal bedroom with an en suite shower room, along with three further bedrooms (one currently used as a study) and a family bathroom. A separate staircase provides access to useful ancillary accommodation located above the double garage, comprising a 21 ft. bedroom with an en suite shower room. Access to this area may also be gained via the garage.

Situation

Outside At the entrance to the property, wrought iron security gates open onto a large gravel driveway, which provides parking space and access to the double garage. To the rear, the secluded, landscaped garden enjoys a southerly aspect and incorporates paved terracing, a beautifully maintained area of lawn, raised flowerbeds and a storage shed.

Location The historic market town of Windsor is one of the UK’s most prestigious locations, with Windsor Castle being the official residence of the Her Majesty the Queen, and the town with its pretty streets, beautiful parks and proximity to London. Windsor boasts a fine variety of shopping and supermarkets, while some of the country’s finest restaurants are within easy reach. Communication links are excellent with two nearby railway stations providing good links to both London Paddington and London Waterloo and the nearby junctions 5 and 6 of the M4 providing easy access to London Heathrow Airport, Central London and the M25 motorway, which in turn provides access to both the M3 and M40.

The area offers a wide range of sporting and leisure facilities including horse riding and polo in Windsor Great Park, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor, boating on the River Thames and golf at The Home Park Golf Course, Sunningdale, The Royal Berkshire and Wentworth. Keen walkers can enjoy the renowned Long Walk leading from the castle to the impressive Copper Horse statue and providing a pleasant three-mile walk, together with spectacular parks including Windsor Great Park with around 4,800 acres to explore.

Windsor is also fortunate to be in close proximity to some of the country’s finest state and public schools.

Directions

Exit the M4 motorway at Junction 6 and proceed towards Windsor on the A332. Cross the River Thames and take the first exit slip road leading to the roundabout below the dual carriage. Turn right onto the A308 (Maidenhead Road), continue to the mini roundabout and turn right into Mill Lane. The Coach House will be found on the left hand side towards the end of the lane.

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Other features

  • Reception hall
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Utility room and a cloakroom
  • 4 Bedrooms (1 en suite)
  • Family bathroom
  • Double garage with s/c annexe above
  • Garden
  • Tucked away by a River Thames backwater
  • Less than a mile from town centre

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Ref: WND200073

Mill Lane Windsor SL4

Guide Price
£1,795,000

Ref: WND200073

Mill Lane Windsor SL4

Guide Price
£1,795,000