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A charming four-bedroom house with a roof terrace set within a unique period conversion of one of the oldest surviving buildings in Old Windsor, with parts of the existing structure thought to date from the 14th Century.
The reception hallway leads to a generous 'L'-shaped sitting/dining room, both with magnificent original oak wood panelling and solid wooden flooring throughout. A well-appointed kitchen sits at the rear with integrated units including dishwasher, microwave and a Rangemaster oven. A cloakroom completes the arrangement for the ground floor.
An open landing leads to three bedrooms and main family bathroom. Of particular note, bedroom 2 with floor-to-ceiling built-in wardrobes, an ensuite shower room and direct access to a fabulous roof terrace overlooking the rear garden.
Stairs lead to the master bedroom and ensuite bathroom on the top floor. A dormer window overlooks the rear whilst the ensuite bathroom is extremely well appointed with a shower and additional built-in storage.
Tucked away at the end of Church Road, Cell Farm is close to Ham Island and local shopping facilities, with the larger town of Windsor just 1.8 miles away. The historic site of Runnymede is nearby providing rural walks and access to the River Thames.
For the commuter there are two train stations to London Paddington (via Slough approx 20 mins) and London Waterloo (mainline approx 50 mins) both from Windsor, in addition to the Waterloo line from Datchet, less than two miles away. Old Windsor has excellent road links with access to the M25 juct 13 approx 5 mins away, M4 from junction 6 leading to the M25 and the M3.
Sporting and leisure facilities in the area are varied with horse racing at both Windsor and Ascot; polo and horse riding in Windsor Great Park; golf at Sunningdale and Wentworth; tennis at Windsor and Maidenhead; rowing and boating on some stretches of the River Thames.
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