Boveney Road, Dorney, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 6QD | Property for sale | Savills
6,521 sq ft(605.82 sq m)
Guide price £3,500,000

Boveney RoadDorney, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 6QD


    Key features

    • Unique Grade II listed house beautifully presented
    • Grounds and gardens of about 3.36 acres
    • Separate Lodge House and Bungalow
    • Located close to the Olympic rowing lake
    • Conveniently located to access all that the area has to offer

    Stunning Grade II listed house set in landscaped gardens of about 3.36 acres with detached Lodge House and Bungalow.

    About this property

    • Boveney Court is an elegant Grade II listed building set in a secluded position in Dorney Village. Parts of this enchanting property date back to the 17th century. Period features include a gabled porch with a 4-centred stone archway between Tuscan pilasters, diamond leaded light casement windows and hall with a gallery and fireplace. The later addition in the 20th century has created spacious, flexible accommodation over two floors. The more modern additions have been beautifully designed to blend period charm with contemporary kitchen and bathrooms. This has created a wonderful character residence.

      On the ground floor of particular note is the oldest part of the building. The drawing room is entered via an impressive studded door which opens into the double height drawing room with beamed walls and ceiling, full length gallery, parquet floor and impressive fireplace. The fine proportions of this space make it perfect for formal entertaining or family gatherings. At the end of the drawing room is the access to the sitting room in the north wing. In the west wing on this floor there are two further large reception rooms. At the heart of this wing is the modern kitchen. It has country styling with an extensive range of fitted units, integrated appliances which include two ovens, a full height fridge and freezer, wine fridge and large central island with breakfast bar. This room also has ample space for dining. The adjacent utility room has laundry plumbing fitted units. This floor is completed by a study and cloakroom.

      On the first floor the principal bedroom is double aspect with fitted wardrobes and luxurious en suite bathroom with contemporary soaking tub and separate shower. In the west wing there are three further bedrooms (one with en suite), a shower room and bathroom. Accessed across the galleried walkway in the north wing is a further spacious bedroom with beamed walls and ceilings, feature fireplace and wood floor.

      Entered via electric gates the sweeping gravelled driveway opens to an expansive forecourt. The mature established gardens are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees. To the rear of the property a large sun terrace with decorative balustrade adjoining the house ideal for outdoor entertaining. The terrace commands a delightful view over the extensive lawn and planted beds ending with superb formal topiary.

      The property also includes:-

      Lodge House (approx. 603 sq ft) which comprises of two reception rooms, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.

      Boveney Court Bungalow (approx. 758 sq ft) has an open plan kitchen/sitting dinning room, two bedrooms and a bathroom.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I love the period of this property, the proportions are so elegant and the space is incredible. The gardens also don't disappoint and really do compliment the beautiful setting.

    John HensonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Boveney Court is in the conservation area of Dorney with stunning walks on the common or along the Thames pathway. The house sits alongside Dorney Rowing Lake the site of the 2012 Olympics.
    • Shopping facilities can be found in Eton (approx. 2.2 miles) and Taplow (approx. 3.3 miles) with more extensive amenities to be found in Windsor (approx. 5.4 miles) and Maidenhead (approx. 4.7 miles). Dorney village provide two renowned pubs approx. 0.9 miles walk away. The gastronomic village of Bray approx. 4.4 miles away, offers Michelin starred restaurants including renowned Fat Duck and Waterside Inn.
    • London Waterloo is available from both Windsor and Datchet and access to London Paddington is available from Taplow, Maidenhead and Slough. The Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) is now open and services will be also available these stations.
    • The area is also known for its extensive educational opportunities which include Dorney School, Burnham Grammar School, Claires Court School, Eton College, St.George's Windsor Castle and Eton End. N.B. Please check catchments and admissions policies.
    • Sporting and leisure facilities in the region include golf at Maidenhead and Datchet; horse racing at Windsor and Ascot; polo at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club and Guards Polo Club; rowing at the Olympic venue of Dorney Lake, Maidenhead Rowing Club and Henley; flying at White Waltham Airfield; walking, cycling and riding in Windsor Great Park and the surrounding countryside and boating on the River Thames. Braywick Leisure Centre provides extensive sporting activities for adults and children.
    • Dorney Common offers horse riding and a riding school, as well as pleasant walks down to the River Thames, with a towpath along to Windsor and Bray. Local footpaths also lead to the Jubilee River and Dorney Wetlands which are a haven for wildlife and provide further opportunities to enjoy riverside walks.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: F
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: H