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Kings Road is a deceptively spacious and impressive Victorian family residence(c.1850-1860), providing generous and versatile living accommodation over four floors, situated in a desirable location overlooking Windsor’s Long Walk.
With an array of period detailing throughout, including marble fireplaces, window shuttering and traditional mouldings, the elegant ground floor reception rooms include a dining room retaining original period cornicing, fireplace and sash windows, and a conservatory off the kitchen providing a modern paired and triple light space ideal for family recreational living and dining.
The conservatory has a wrought iron staircase leading down to a small courtyard and the family room. The traditional kitchen/breakfast room has space for a breakfast table, ample storage and a utility area that leads to the conservatory. A cloakroom completes the accommodation for the ground floor.
A staircase from the hallway leads to a first floor landing with display shelves leading to the master bedroom and en suite shower room at the rear. A superb drawing room retaining period
features, fireplace, sash windows and dado rail, offers priceless front aspect views over the Long Walk.
The second floor landing leads to bedroom 2 with a front aspect window and an Arts & Crafts panelled ceiling, bedroom 3 with a
rear aspect and a traditional generous bathroom appointed with a claw and ball freestanding bath and a separate walk-in shower.
The lower ground floor has been opened up to create both a study and family room with access to the rear garden and also includes an extra bathroom. The study has a self-contained
door to the front garden, useful for a secondary access point.
Located in the heart of Windsor, Kings Road is situated in the town conservation area and sits opposite the beautiful Long Walk which leads to the Castle. Kings Road is close to the High
Street, mainline stations and is ideally placed to take advantage of the many vibrant features that the historic town of Windsor has to offer, including the Castle and River Thames together with an eclectic mix of bars, restaurants and an expanding
There are excellent mainline rail links to both London Waterloo (from Windsor and Eton Riverside) and Paddington (Windsor Central via Slough). The M4 is approached via Junction 6 giving access to Heathrow Airport, central London and the M25 motorway network.
An extensive range of schools are available in both the Independent and State sectors, including St George’s, Upton House, 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.
Set back from the road, the front garden is bordered by shrubbery and a low level brick wall with steps to the front door. There is a separate lower ground floor access to the study. A walled mature garden sits at the rear, offering a private dining and relaxing space leading to a detached studio, with potential to convert into a cinema room, office or gym, subject to the necessary
Family Room/Bedroom 4
En Suite Bathroom
Master Bedroom with En Suite
Two Further Bedrooms
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