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Windsor Forest Court was built in the early 1900s by Sir Henry Waldren to stable the King’s polo ponies - a gift from the Queen to her son, King Edward V11. The polo stables were converted into a mixture of mews cottages and apartments in 1998 when the surrounding estate was developed into Mill Ride Golf Course. The properties have been renovated in recent years whilst retaining the beautiful original character of the exterior.
Cottage 21 is a two bedroom, two bathroom character conversion apartment situated within this unique development offering modern living on the first floor with doors leading to a private balcony. There is wood laminate flooring and feature fireplace to the living room, a fully fitted kitchen with integral appliances and granite worktops with a dining area. The property also has modern bathroom suites.
Situated in the grounds of Mill Ride Golf Club and within close proximity to Ascot racecourse and ideally placed to take full advantage of local amenities in Ascot high street. The larger town of Royal Windsor, some 6 miles distant, provides a substantial and varied selection of restaurants and retail outlets.
Travel time by rail to Waterloo from Ascot station is around 46 minutes and Ascot is conveniently situated between the M3 and M4 motorways, as well as being in close proximity to Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Farnborough's private airport, which is arguably fast becoming the main choice for international business travellers is 12 miles away.
Sports and leisure pursuits are well catered for locally. In particular, golfing enthusiasts will be delighted with the choice of several fine courses namely The Berkshire, Sunningdale and Wentworth.
Schools are well catered for, with a high standard of education at all levels and many highly regarded schools are to be found within a reasonable travel time from Windsor Forest Court.
The development is set behind electric iron gates which leads on to an ample communal parking area where there are two allocated spaces. From here the archway of the building leads to the communal manicured courtyard gardens where the entrances to the apartments with individual private front doors can be found.
The grounds are all enclosed and some of the properties have views over the golf course.
Two Car Park Spaces
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