A well-presented terraced family property located on one of Windsor’s popular residential roads on the fringes of the town centre, moments from the Royal Parks.
The villa is typical of the Victorian period and retains a number of period features. These have been sympathetically incorporated into a renovation project to extend the property to the rear, reorder the first floor bedrooms and modernise the kitchen, the latter being a particular highlight of the home.
The property is accessed via a hallway leading to the staircase and the main living area, which is an open plan space extending to 25 ft. To the front of the house there is a sitting area with bay window, while at the heart there is a dining area opening to the utility room. At the rear, the kitchen features a mix of attractive white gloss wall and base units, complemented by quartz work surfaces and upstands. Appliances include a dishwasher, extractor fan and microwave, with space available for a range cooker and freestanding fridge freezer.
Four bedrooms are arranged over the first and second floors, including three on the first floor plus a family bathroom, and a master bedroom with en suite bathroom on the second floor.
Bolton Road is situated with close proximity to Windsor Great Park and The Long Walk. At approximately a mile from the Castle and town centre, it is also ideally placed to take advantage of the excellent range of shops, bars and restaurants that Windsor has to offer.
There are excellent mainline rail links to London Waterloo and Paddington (via Slough). The M4 is approached via Junction 6 giving access to Heathrow Airport, central London and the motorway network.
An extensive range of schools is available in both the Independent and State sectors, including St George's, Upton House, Eton College, St. John's Beaumont, Papplewick and Lambrook School, Queen Annes and Windsor Boys' and Girls' Secondary Schools to name a few.
French doors open onto a charming rear garden, which is laid to lawn and bordered by an attractive flower bed and a paved path, leading down to a seating area and a concealed timber shed. A separate patio adjoining the house provides a lovely space for a table and chairs.
The front garden is designed with a variety of beds and a chipped slate centrepiece, with a block paved path leading to the front door.