An elegant Grade II listed townhouse with charming courtyard garden

Trinity House is an elegant, four-storey period property, where character features blend perfectly with contemporary styling for modern living. The captivating interior is light and gracious with high ceilings, as one would expect in a property of this style, and a view of Windsor Castle may be enjoyed from the upper floor.

On the ground floor, the spacious reception hall with tiled flooring, creates an inviting welcome and is filled with natural light courtesy of attractive glazed doors which open into a charming garden room with glazed ceiling. A front-aspect sitting room, with stripped wooden flooring and marble inlay feature fireplace with inset log burner, adjoins the hallway, and a shower room and cloakroom are also conveniently located at this level.

At the lower level, the kitchen is fitted with a range of modern units and a central island, topped with granite work surfaces. Glazed doors allow direct access to the outside and ensure the room is bright and airy. Adjacent to the kitchen is a generous dining room, with glazed doors opening into an external niche creating an opportunity for displaying statuary or similar objects of interest.

Rising to the first floor, there are two bedrooms, both with exposed wooden flooring and one with a feature fireplace. On the floor above, a spacious third bedroom, currently used as a dressing room, is adjacent to a striking family bathroom, with painted wood flooring and featuring a claw-footed, free-standing bath, in addition to a separate shower.

Outside

A low-brick retaining wall and evergreen hedging front the street, with a wrought-iron gate affording access to the pathway and steps up to the entrance doorway. An area of lawn edged with well stocked borders lies adjacent to an off-road parking area for two vehicles. To the side is a pretty cobbled courtyard garden, enclosed by walls topped with trellising and providing ideal space for planters and pots, and for outdoor dining and relaxation.

Situation

The property is located near to the centre of the historic town of Windsor which 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 numerous cafés, bars and restaurants.

Windsor is surrounded by miles of beautiful countryside, with local attractions including Windsor Castle, Windsor Great Park, 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 Ascot and Windsor, boating on the River Thames, and golf numerous golf clubs including the renowned Wentworth, Sunningdale and The Royal Berkshire. .

The area is fortunate to have 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 an excellent selection of noted independent schools including Upton House, The King’s House, St. George’s and Eton College.

Directions

With Strutt & Parker’s Windsor office on your left, follow Sheet Street/3022 and at the traffic lights, turn right into Victoria Street. Take the second left-hand turn into St Leonards Road and after a further 50 metres turn right into Spinners Walk where the property will be found on the left-hand side.

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Other features

  • Spacious reception hall
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • Kitchen
  • Cloakroom
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Separate shower room
  • Walled courtyard garden
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Close to town centre

Other details

  • Floorplan
  • Map & Street View
Map View Street View
Ref: WND210019

Spinners Walk Windsor SL4

Guide Price
£1,350,000

Ref: WND210019

Spinners Walk Windsor SL4

Guide Price
£1,350,000