Four bedroom detached home with garden and parking, situated on an exclusive private road with private access direct to the River Thames. The property offers excellent scope for development, subject to the necessary consents.
This home was built in the late 1930's and has remained in the family since its construction. Over the years, extensions have been added to create the accommodation the property now provides. However, there is still the potential for further development (stnc).
The property is accessed via a hallway with the accommodation comprising a sitting room with fireplace and sliding glass doors leading to the garden, a separate dining room and a kitchen/breakfast room with adjacent utility room.
There are four bedrooms, including a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, second bedroom with wash basin and two further bedrooms, one of which is fitted out as a study. There is also a family bathroom and a number of fitted storage cupboards.
The Friary is conveniently situated with access to local shops and restaurants and is just 1.8 miles from the historic town of Royal Windsor. The house benefits from its proximity to Windsor Great Park which offers 5000 acres of land to explore and enjoy. Nearby Runnymede provides further historic interest and opportunities for riverside walks. Five train stations serve commuters: Windsor to London Paddington (via Slough), Datchet or Windsor & Eton Riverside to London Waterloo, Egham and Staines-upon- Thames. Old Windsor has excellent road links, with the M25 J13 approx 3 miles away, M4 from J4 leading to the M25 and M3. For air travellers, the property is well located to all major London airports.
An extensive range of well regarded schools are available in both the independent and state sectors, including Bishopsgate School, St George's, Upton House, Eton College, St John's Beaumont, Kings Court Primary and St Peters Middle School. In addition, there are school coach services from Old Windsor to St George’s Weybridge, Sir William Perkins School, Chertsey, Hampton School for boys and The Lady Eleanor Holles School for girls.
Set back from the road, behind a front garden bisected by a paved path flanked by flowerbeds, lawn on each side and a number of mature trees and shrubs enclosed behind a low walled front border. In addition, a gravelled parking area leads to a detached garage with manual up and over door.
The rear garden has a westerly aspect comprising a lawn, vegetable plot to the rear, a wooden shed and a paved patio adjacent to the house. The garden offers excellent scope for further landscaping.