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A distinctive, period semi-detached house with pleasing brick and stone elevations and slate roof, benefitting from tall ceilings throughout and many original period features, complemented by beautiful gardens.
The welcoming hallway provides access to the pretty sitting room which has a large bay window and a cast iron fireplace with attractive tiled slips, which provides the focal point for this very comfortable reception room. Adjoining the sitting room is the double aspect dining room with exposed brick fireplace and timber surround. To the rear of the property is the double aspect kitchen, which retains the original quarry tiled floor, whilst 'French' doors lead onto the generous paved terrace and rear garden.
The first floor accommodation continues the
airy accommodation, with three bedrooms and a bathroom. The principal bedroom is well proportioned with a large bay window and retains
a cast iron fireplace with marble surround. The lofty ceiling heights give this room a wonderful
feeling of space.
The slate roof was replaced in 2016 and all the windows have been upgraded with bespoke wooden double glazed sashes matching the original window design. Overall, we thoroughly recommend this property for its location within this very popular village, the
well-appointed internal accommodation, the period features combined with a contemporary feel, and the generous garden which provides a good deal of privacy.
The thriving village of Sunninghill has a number of local businesses, restaurants and pubs. Nearby places of interest include Ascot Racecourse, Coworth Park, Guards Polo Club, Legoland, Wentworth Club, Windsor Castle and Windsor Great Park. Sunninghill is convenient for the M3, M4, M25 and Heathrow Airport and the nearby train stations at Ascot and Sunningdale provide easy access to London.
Nearby schools include Charters, St Francis, St Michael's and The Marist.
The house is approached through a wrought iron gate with picket fencing. There is gated access to the rear garden down the side of the
The 100’ rear garden is partially bordered by an old
retaining wall and is laid to lawn with established borders running down both sides stocked with an abundance of flowering shrubs and plants. A further terraced area maximises the sun and provides a delightful view back to the house. Most
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