A handsome detached period house situated in the heart of Windsor and requiring modernisation

Aldworth is a beautiful double-fronted detached house offering bright and spacious accommodation with attractive period features throughout including stained glass panelling to, and above, the entrance door, sash windows, moulding cornicing and picture rails. The property has been in the same family for 52 years and would benefit from modernisation, thereby presenting a rare opportunity for those seeking to put their own stamp on their future home.

The property is entered via a porch with an attractive tessellated floor that opens into a welcoming reception hall, The principal reception rooms emanate from the hall and include an impressive bay-fronted sitting room with folding doors opening into a family room, allowing for flexible living space. This in turn leads to a light-filled garden room with direct access to the garden. Across the hall, an elegant drawing room provides more formal space for relaxing and benefits from a bay window and a feature fireplace. There is also a dual-aspect dining room, a traditional style kitchen with access to the garden, and a secondary bathroom. Outside, there is access to a gardener’s WC.

Located on the first floor is a spacious bay-fronted principal bedroom, along with a second bedroom boasting direct access to a balcony. The remainder of this floor comprises three further well-proportioned bedrooms with hand basins, a study and a family bathroom.


The property sits behind a pretty ivy topped brick retaining wall and is accessed via a pedestrian gate opening onto a pathway leading to the striking entrance with its tessellated floor. A timber gate to the side provides useful access to the rear garden which comprises a patio area ideal for al fresco dining, and an area of lawn surrounded by mature trees and shrubs. There is also access to a 22’ shed that provides space for storage or could be utilised as a workshop.


The historic town of Windsor boasts an extensive selection of shopping and leisure amenities and the quaint town of Eton is accessible on foot via the footbridge over the River Thames. The nearby Alexandra Park is situated by the river and offers opportunities for walking, cycling and boating. The nearby Long Walk provides a pleasant three mile walk from Windsor Castle to the Copper Horse statue, and magnificent Windsor Great Park offers around 4,800 acres to explores.

The area benefits from excellent road links with the nearby M4 providing easy access into London and towards the West. Windsor boasts two mainline train stations offering regular and direct services into London Paddington and London Waterloo.

The area is fortunate to have an excellent range of schools including Windsor Boys, Windsor Girls, Trevelyan, Holyport College (sponsored by Eton College), St. George’s, Upton House, and Eton College.


With Strutt & Parker’s Windsor office on your left, continue along Sheet Street/B3022 and as the road bears sharply left, turn right into Frances Road. Take the 3rd right turn onto Alexandra Road and immediately turn left onto Beaumont Road. At the end of the road turn right onto St. Leonards Road and take the next left turn onto Queens Road, and the property will be found on the left hand side.

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Other features

  • Reception hall
  • 5 Reception rooms
  • Study
  • Kitchen
  • 5 Bedrooms (1 with a balcony)
  • 2 Bathrooms\
  • Gardener’s WC
  • Front and rear gardens
  • Shed
  • Close to town centre

Other details

  • Floorplan
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Ref: WND200004

Queens Road Windsor Berkshire SL4

Guide Price

Ref: WND200004

Queens Road Windsor Berkshire SL4

Guide Price