Windsor SL4 Toonagh, Winkfield Street, Winkfield

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Features at a glance

  • Reception hall
  • Dining room
  • Study
  • Kitchen/drawing room
  • Utility
  • Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom
  • 3 Further bedrooms, 1 en suite
  • Family bathroom
  • Shower room
  • 2nd Floor room

An elegantly proportioned and stylishly presented family home

Forming the main portion of a fine, country house believed to have been built for Lord George Pratt in 1891, Number 2 Toonagh offers an exceptional family home, with light-filled interiors and a wealth of retained period features providing a unique and versatile living environment. There is a sense of arrival on entering the impressive reception hall, with the mellow hues of the wood floor covering and the grand split staircase giving the first glimpses of the splendid accommodation on offer within the home. The spectacular kitchen/drawing room is subtly zoned with seating centred around a resplendent fireplace, a dining space within the bay window recess, and a kitchen area with bespoke cabinetry. Filled with natural light courtesy of the south-easterly aspect, ten lofty windows and French doors which provide a seamless connection to the garden, this generous space is the sociable hub of the home. On the opposite side of the hallway, the formal dining room currently presents as an elegant reception room with a door linking to a tucked-away study. Ancillary space is provided by a utility room with vintage fittings and the ground floor accommodation is completed by a cloakroom set beneath the staircase.

The landing on the first floor leads to the bedroom accommodation with a lantern skylight allowing light to flood inside. The principal room offers a luxurious retreat, with fitted wardrobe storage and access into a stylish en suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms, with the second room featuring an ornate fireplace and a modern en suite shower room, along with a well-appointed family bathroom and separate shower room on this first level. A staircase rises to the second floor which offers an additional room at the top of the house.


The property is approached via timber gates set within brick pillars onto a length of gravelled driveway which extends to the frontage of the home with a parking area for several cars. A paved terrace spans the rear of the house with direct access from the kitchen and reception hall and offers opportunities for outdoor dining and relaxation. Stone balustrades form an ornate enclosure to the terrace, with two access points onto a swathe of lawn which extends to hedging and post-and-rail fencing at the boundaries. Mature and specimen trees create dappled shade and there is ample space in this outdoor sanctuary for children’s play.


The picturesque village of Winkfield is situated in a semi-rural setting, with wonderful walking, cycling and riding opportunities, along with dining at the popular local White Hart public house and the 18th century Winning Post gastropub. Both Ascot and Windsor are nearby providing a comprehensive selection of shopping, leisure and cultural amenities. Communication links are excellent with the M4 motorway within reach linking to major road networks and trains services to London from both Ascot and Windsor. Well-regarded schooling in the vicinity includes the Licensed Victualler’s School, Lambrook and Charters School.


From the M4, exit at the Holyport Interchange and join the A308(M). At the roundabout take the exit to join the A330 sign-posted to Ascot. Continue on Ascot Road for approximately 4.5 miles, where the road bends to the left and joins Kingscroft Lane. Follow the road, joining Cock Lane and Maidens Green and then bear left onto Winkfield Street where the property will be found on the right.

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