Grade II listed townhouse adjacent to Windsor Castle and just yards away from The Long Walk.
Believed to have been built around 1910, this Grade II listed home has been elegantly styled throughout with high ceilings and period details being beautifully blended with modern requirements.
On the ground floor the double aspect sitting/dining room offers a wonderful entertaining space for both family and formal occasions with period fireplace, bespoke display cabinets and door opening onto the garden. The kitchen has been designed to be the centre of this wonderful house. It has a comprehensive range of hand painted country style units, integrated appliances and breakfast bar. Additionally there is built-in banquet seating perfect for informal dining and direct garden access. A cloakroom completes this floor.
On the first floor, there is a master bedroom which has fantastic views over the garden with full height windows and glazed roof. A further bedroom has a period fireplace and garden views. The modern family bathroom has a roll top bath, vanity sink and separate shower. The elegant drawing room, which could be used as a fourth bedroom, which has views over Park Street and a feature fireplace complete this floor.
On the second floor is a further bedroom with period fireplace, views over Park Street and en suite bathroom.
The split level rear garden is paved and incorporates some mature shrubs, with steps leading to the upper level which is partially enclosed by a brick wall. This area incorporates a variety of trees and shrubs creating an attractive outdoor space.
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These particular houses are often popular on Park Street because they're only over three floors, making them practical for modern living, especially when the kitchens have been extended at the rear, as this one has. The 1st floor offers great flexibility as well because you can either employ the set up of a 4th full-time double bedroom or if you don't have need of that 4th bedroom, then the front room has always traditionally been a bright and welcoming 1st floor drawing room as is the set up now.Charles Fraser-Sampson