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image  High Street, Eton, Eton, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4

image Sold

image 4 BEDROOMS
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Property Description

SOLD - A unique and spacious attached Victorian family home, built in 1894, with beautiful brick and tiled elevations, elegantly styled, enhancing the period charm with a modern twist. This impressive house is located within the Conservation Area of Eton. The property is arranged over three levels providing exceptional living accommodation, totalling an internal floor area of 218 square metres, with distinctive and character features of note that include high ceilings; sash windows; craftsman fitted tall skirtings; wide inner hallways and landings; beautiful turning staircase with solid wooden handrails and pillar posts and decorative cornice ceilings. The property is approached directly from the main High Street in Eton via a secure gate and walkway that leads to the main entrance porch and stained glass door. The vestibule entrance has a wide staircase rising to the first-floor landing. The first floor landing is generous with wide hallways, a feature of this fine Victorian home. A set of double wooden and glazed doors open to provide access to the main living area and a spacious room presently used as a study, ideal for working from home, originally the dining room and possibly a bedroom, if required. A step up and you enter the impressive Lounge Dining room, with three period styled tall sash windows, incorporating individually double glazed sealed unit panels, with views over the historic High Street. In the centre of the room is a raised open gas fireplace and to each side, a recess is fitted with display shelving. Towards the rear of the property is the Kitchen/Breakfast room. This comprises a bespoke range of kitchen units, fitted appliances that include a dishwasher, built-in fridge, built in eye level oven, microwave and a gas hob unit, feature central island breakfast bar, further tall units, space for an American styled fridge freezer, all with views through a curved bay window onto the garden. Leading from the kitchen is the utility room, with space for modern appliances and a further door through to the landing. Here, is a modern designed cloakroom with high quality fittings with a white suite, fully tiled walls and a heated towel rail. A sweeping staircase leads to the second-floor landing incorporating a feature pavement light and skylight allowing natural light through the house and onto the Living Room below. Here you will find the main bedroom, a spacious room with an en-suite shower room and extensive built in cupboard space. An additional two double bedrooms and further single bedroom are served by a family bathroom. Outside The property benefits from a private walled garden that is accessed via the outside walkway. There is a further secure gate that leads into the rear courtyard with two allocated parking spaces. Services All mains services connected. Please note that none of the services have been tested. Additional Information The property is Leasehold held on an original 999-year lease (commencing in November 2002), with a flying freehold (over the front entrance walkway). The annual ground rent is a 'peppercorn' rent. The property has an entry phone system, with individual phones located on each floor, gas central heating with the external windows retaining both character and style. Allocated to the property are two permitted parking bays, granted under a separate lease agreement with Eton College and located at the rear of the property. Further information available on request. Location A perfect location set within the Conservation area of historic and picturesque town of Eton, with the River Thames and Windsor Town centre on your doorstep. Eton is surrounded by miles of beautiful countryside yet is still within easy commuting distance of Central London. The property is admirably situated to take full advantage of all that Eton & Windsor has to offer, boasting a fine choice of shops, bars and restaurants as well as the World-famous Windsor Castle and Eton College, all within comfortable walking distance For the commuter, road travel is excellent with the M4 (J6) providing access to Heathrow Airport, Central London and the West Country with nearby links to the M25 and the M3. Rail communications are good with Windsor's two stations, Windsor & Eton Central and Windsor & Eton Riverside, offering services to London Paddington (via Slough) and London Waterloo respectively. Sporting facilities in the area include racing at Windsor and Ascot, horse riding in Windsor Great Park; boating and rowing on some stretches of the River Thames and athletics at the Thames Valley Athletics Centre in Pocock's' Lane, Eton. There are a number of good local golf courses in the vicinity and even an opportunity to take membership at Eton College's own 9 hole course. Leisure activities include numerous cycle routes, riverside walks and ample open space for recreation. Educational opportunities are extensive with Eton College, St. George's Windsor Castle, Eton End PNE, Upton House in the private sector and Eton Porny, located in Eton High Street, Windsor Girls' School and Windsor Boys' School in the state sector. St. Mary's, Heathfield and Papplewick are nearby in Ascot, Lambrook in Winkfield Row, and Wellington College in Crowthorne. Royal Holloway University is in Egham as well as TASIS and ACS, both international schools.


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