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With origins believed to be from the 17th century, a charming 3 bedroom character cottage with a detached double garage with attached gym and beautiful landscaped gardens, in an idyllic location surrounded by equestrian countryside.
This quintessential period property reveals its original form with an abundance of features including original beams, real wooden flooring and sash windows.
Beautifully presented accommodation leads from an inner porch opening into a dual aspect sitting room, featuring solid wood parquet flooring, an inglenook style fireplace with a beamed mantle, wood burner and numerous wall and ceiling beams. The dining room with exposed brick walls sits open partitioned only by vertical beams. With a door to a courtyard garden, the kitchen/breakfast room is appointed with a butler sink, wooden worksurfaces, an induction hob, integrated washing machine with space for a fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
The first floor houses three bedrooms and main bathroom appointed with a white suite, bath with inset shower.
Warfield Dale Cottage is nestled in a hamlet of private cottages, adjacent to 30 acres of livery stables in the semi-rural village of Nuptown. Nuptown borders the parishes of Warfield and Winkfield and offers road access to Windsor, approximately 8 miles, Maidenhead, approximately 8 miles and Ascot approximately 4 miles.
Commuter access to London is available from two Windsor train stations; Windsor Central to Paddington (via Slough) and Windsor & Eton Riverside to Waterloo (mainline approx 50 mins) with Ascot train station also providing links to both Waterloo and Reading.
Road links to the M25 motorway network are accessible via the M4 from junction 8/9 Maidenhead, approx. 5 miles, which also leads to Reading, the west country, Heathrow Airport & central London.
Sporting and leisure facilities are varied with horse racing at both Windsor and Ascot, polo and horse riding locally and in Winkfield, Windsor Great Park, golf at Sunningdale and Wentworth and rowing/boating on the River Thames.
The property is approached via a brick arch with wrought iron gate, opening onto a beautifully landscaped mature garden which extends to approximmately 0.3 of an acre. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and is enclosed by mature brick walls and panel fencing and includes a terrace area for dining together with a vegetable garden. A detached, double, brick built garage with an attached gym is situated on the driveway up to the property and an additional courtyard garden sits at the rear.
Detached Garage with Attached Gym
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