A detached family house in a tranquil cul-de sac setting, away from main roads

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With part-tile hung front elevations, Number 6 is an attractive, modern property with a light and airy interior that would suit a number of buyers, including those seeking to modernise and put their own stamp on it. There is also potential to extend (subject to planning permission). The reception hall features parquet flooring which extends into the adjacent sitting room and dining room providing practicality and harmony across the reception areas. Glazed sliding doors provide access from the sitting room onto a rear terrace offering an easy inside to outside environment with the dining room having a large picture window which also has an outlook to the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with low and high level cabinetry with a breakfast bar unit providing a divide to the informal dining space. The ground floor also includes a family room providing a separate room for relaxation, along with a spacious double utility area, and a cloakroom.

A staircase with modern, chrome spindles, rises from the hallway to the first floor accommodation, where a bright, principal bedroom is fitted with wardrobes and has an en suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms, two also having fitted storage, along with a smart, fully-tiled family shower room.

Outside

The property is approached via a driveway which provides parking and access to the garage. There is an area of lawn to the front, adorned by a specimen tree, and a side path leads to a timber gate that offers a route to the rear.

The generous rear garden is ideal for gardening enthusiasts, seeking to design and create their own outdoor space. It has an open aspect that attracts the sun and is principally laid to lawn with shrubs to the rear boundary. A paved terrace adjoins the rear of the house and offers opportunities for outdoor entertaining and relaxation.

Situation

Moor Place is situated on the northern fringes of the desirable village of Windlesham, which is well-located for access to the M3 and benefits from an excellent rail service to London Waterloo at nearby Sunningdale. Local shops provide for everyday needs, with a wider selection of amenities available at Sunningdale and Ascot, and slightly further afield at Windsor, Camberley and Guildford, for an extensive range of shopping, leisure and cultural facilities.

Prestigious golf clubs can be enjoyed at Wentworth, Sunningdale, The Berkshire and Swinley Forest, with polo at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club and Guards Polo Club. For horse racing enthusiasts, both Ascot and Windsor offer race days and events. The local countryside is picturesque with excellent walking at Chobham Common, Swinley Forest, Virginia Water Laker and Windsor Great Park and family attractions include Windsor Castle, Legoland and Thorpe Park.

Excellent schooling is available in the area, notably Wellington College, Woodcote House School, Lambrook, Eton College, Sunningdale School, St George’s and St Mary’s School.

Directions

With Strutt & Parker’s Sunningdale office on your left, continue along Chobham Road to the T-junction and turn left to join the A30. Follow the road for approximately 2 miles and take the left turning onto Snow Ride. Continue for approximately 0.6 mile and turn right onto Mill Pond Road and then first left onto Moor Place where the property will be found on the right-hand side.

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Other features

  • Reception hall
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • 2 Utility rooms & a cloakroom
  • Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom
  • 3 Further bedrooms
  • Family shower room
  • Garage and driveway parking
  • Gardens

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Ref: CSD211085

Moor Place Windlesham Surrey GU20

Offers In Excess Of
£975,000

Ref: CSD211085

Moor Place Windlesham Surrey GU20

Offers In Excess Of
£975,000