This charming Victorian period property is situated on a tranquil residential road just off Sunninghill High Street.
As you enter the property, you are greeted by a convenient porch which opens into the cozy living room with a delightful feature fireplace, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. The open plan kitchen-dining room is perfect for modern living and entertaining, allowing for seamless interaction between the two spaces. Solid wooden floors run throughout the property, lending a touch of elegance and durability.
One of the standout features of this property is the abundance of windows, which flood the rooms with natural light, creating a bright and airy ambiance. The generous use of windows enhances the overall appeal and aesthetic of the house.
Upstairs, you will find two double bedrooms, each offering comfortable living spaces. Additionally, there is an upstairs shower room and an additional toilet, providing convenience and flexibility for the residents. A downstairs bathroom adds further practicality.
The south-facing garden is beautifully maintained and offers a peaceful retreat. With side access, the garden provides privacy and a place to unwind. The presence of an outside office/studio is an excellent addition, providing an ideal space for working from home, setting up a home gym, or pursuing creative endeavours.
One of the notable advantages of this property is its proximity to excellent schools, both private and public, making it an ideal choice for couples to grow into as it also offers extension potential to the rear and the loft, subject to planning permission.
The location also benefits from convenient transportation links, with Ascot mainline train station providing access to Waterloo within an hour and Reading in just 30 minutes, facilitating easy travel to the west country and Wales. The property is also well-connected to major motorways including the M3, M25, and M4, offering convenient commuting options.
For those who travel frequently, the property's close proximity to Heathrow Airport (just 11 miles away) is an added convenience. Moreover, the presence of nearby polo clubs and world-class golf clubs caters to the interests of sports enthusiasts.
Sunninghill High Street, with its charming selection of cafés, restaurants, and village pubs, is within easy reach, providing a vibrant social scene. Nature lovers will appreciate the proximity to Windsor Great Park, Virginia Water, and Swinley Forest, which offer ample opportunities for outdoor activities and scenic walks.
In summary, this two double bedroom Victorian period property offers a blend of character, comfort, and convenience. With its charming features, sunny garden, excellent school catchment, sought-after location, and access to various amenities and recreational options, it presents an attractive opportunity for those seeking a delightful home in a desirable area.
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