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Sitting in a prime position within Windsor's 'Golden Triangle', an elegant three bedroom period family home with early Victorian proportions, beautifully presented retaining classic period detail throughout.
Providing generously proportioned accommodation over three floors, the interior seamlessly combines modern day living into a period building. Features include some underfloor heating, ornate fireplaces, sash windows, high ceilings and cornicing.
A superb kitchen/breakfast room is well appointed with composite worksurfaces, integrated units, central island and roof velux windows with bi-folding doors to the garden. The sitting room and dining room sit open plan to each other and are complimented with a feature bay sash window and two feature fireplaces, one with a log burning stove. Doors lead to steps down to a study area open plan to the kitchen/breakfast room. A cloakroom completes the arrangement for this floor.
The first floor houses the master bedroom with ensuite, together with bedroom 2 and a main family bathroom featuring a separate walk in shower and traditional roll top bath.
Stairs lead to bedroom 3 on the second floor, currently in use as a dressing room with built in wardrobes.
Grove Road is a desirable address in the heart of the town centre, moments from Windsor Castle and the stunning Long Walk. It is ideally placed to take advantage of the excellent range of shops, bars and restaurants that Windsor has to offer.
For the commuter there are two train stations serving both Paddington and Waterloo both from Windsor.
Road links are excellent with access to the M4 from junction 6 which leads to both the M25 motorway network, Heathrow Airport & central London.
Sporting and leisure facilities are varied with horse racing at both Windsor and Ascot, polo and horse riding in Windsor Great Park, golf at Sunningdale and Wentworth and rowing/boating on the River Thames.
An extensive range of schools are available in both the Independent and State sectors, including St George's, Upton House, Queensmead School, Eton College, St. John's Beaumont, Papplewick and Lambrook School, Trinity St Stephen, Queen Annes, St Edwards Catholic Middle School and Windsor Boys and Girls Secondary Schools to name a few.
Approached via a mature garden hard landscaped with shrubbery and neatly bordered by a low brick wall with railings.
Bi-folding doors open onto a southerly aspect rear garden laid to lawn including an terraced dining area and a shed.
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