A beautifully renovated semi-detached house with south-facing garden and views towards Windsor Great

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A semi-detached Victorian property that has been thoughtfully extended and renovated to create an attractive and comfortable family house, ideally suited to both family life and entertaining. The well-proportioned accommodation is arranged over three floors and features neutral decor combined with period features, resulting in a truly appealing home.

Accessed from the reception hall, the open-plan sitting/dining room is a spacious dual-aspect room featuring a large bay window, engineered wood flooring and an attractive period fireplace. The adjoining open-plan kitchen/breakfast/family room boasts a wall of bi-folding doors that open the room out to the rear garden and take full advantage of the outlook towards Windsor Great Park. The vaulted ceiling is host to several skylights that flood the space with natural light and there is ample space for a seating area and separate dining area, perfect for informal entertaining. The sleek contemporary kitchen is fitted with a range of gloss units, a central island, quartz worksurfaces and integrated appliances including an oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is also a fitted utility room with its own outside access. A cloakroom completes the accommodation on the ground floor.

On the first floor, two bedrooms are serviced by a large and well-appointed family bathroom and there is a also a study. On the upper floor is the master bedroom, with the benefit of a private shower room and a Juliet balcony with far-reaching views.


To the front, the garden is enclosed by a low brick retaining wall and features an attractive tessellated pathway. At the rear, the enclosed garden incorporates a raised timber decked terrace with a south-facing aspect and is the ideal spot for ‘al fresco dining’ and relaxation. There is also an area of lawn and a gate providing side access.


Situated just over a mile from the centre of historic Windsor, the property is ideally-located to benefit from all that the town has to offer, including a host of amenities, shopping, dining and leisure options. For the commuter, the nearby M4 provides access to the national motorway network whilst Windsor’s two railway stations offer regular services to London Waterloo and Paddington (via Slough).

Leisure facilities are plentiful, with world-class golf courses on Windsor’s doorstep, the River Thames for boating and rowing and spectacular parks, notably Windsor Great Park which is close by and offers around 4,800 acres of open space to explore. Access to the park is moments away from the property, perfect for dog walkers.

Windsor is also fortunate to be in close proximity to some of the country’s finest schools including St. George’s and Upton House in Windsor, St. George’s, Papplewick, Heathfield and St. Mary’s in Ascot, and Lambrook in Winkfield Row.


With Strutt & Parker’s Windsor office on your left, head along Sheet Street (B3022) and as the road bears around to the left, turn right onto Frances Road (B3022). Continue to follow Frances Road to the end of the road and then follow the road around the large roundabout and keep to the left when passing the King Edward VII Hospital on your left. The road bears left into St. Leonards Road. Follow the road, passing straight over a mini roundabout and after about 0.4 mile, having passed Bulkeley Avenue on your right, turn left into St. Leonards Road. The property will be found on the left hand side.

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Other features

  • Reception hall
  • Spacious sitting/dining room
  • Study
  • Kitchen/breakfast/family room
  • Utility room & a cloakroom
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Family bathroom & separate shower room
  • South-facing garden
  • No onward chain
  • Views towards Windsor Great Park

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Ref: WND190087

St. Leonards Road Windsor Berkshire SL4

Guide Price

Ref: WND190087

St. Leonards Road Windsor Berkshire SL4

Guide Price