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A stunning historical building with origins believed to date back to the late 1800's. Featuring 6 bedrooms and versatile accommodation over three floors, this property presents an opportunity for re-development / configuration into a beautiful period family home (stnc), and is offered to the market with no onward chain.
With an array of original features including wooden flooring, period fireplaces, cornicing and picture rails, Patrixbourne is currently configured with self contained accommodation on each floor.
The entrance reception hall features a tiled entrance porch and solid wooden flooring; this in turn leads to a dining room open to a conservatory, kitchen, drawing room, bedroom and bathroom. This floor also has internal access to a workshop/storage room which can also be accessed via the garden.
First floor comprises another generous drawing room, three further bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, and study. Staircase continues to bedrooms 5 and 6 on the second floor together with a sitting room, kitchen and bathroom.
With a traditional village green, shops for day to day needs, pubs, restaurants and the river, Datchet provides many conveniences whilst Windsor provides a comprehensive range of shops, the Theatre Royal, the Castle and St. Georges Chapel.
For the commuter there are two train stations serving London Paddington and London Waterloo both from Windsor, in addition to the Waterloo line from Datchet. Datchet has excellent road links with access to the M4 from junction 5 which leads to both the M25 and the M3.
An excellent range of well regarded schools are available in both the Independent and State sectors, including St George's, Upton House, Eton College, Eton End, Datchet Montessori School, St Marys School, Churchmead Secondary School and Windsor Boys' and Girls' Secondary Schools to name a few.
Patrixbourne sits in a superb central location on the green in Datchet village, approached via steps to the front door. A mature walled garden lies at the rear accessed by both the kitchen and conservatory.
During the early twentieth century, the Datchet Yacht Club was run as a private social club from Patrixbourne, where it is noted that King George V used to discreetly attend to play billiards.
2 x Drawing Rooms
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