Directly adjoining Ascot Racecourse, this distinctive family home, originally dating back some 130 years, provides well-proportioned accommodation with a mixture of character and contemporary living space, the primary of which now is the generous and bright kitchen/breakfast/family area, with its roof lanterns and bifold doors to the patio and enclosed rear garden.
The centre of the house has a well proportioned drawing room, off which is the dining room and reception room the latter of which offers a delightful view overlooking the rear gardens.
The location of the property cannot be overemphasized, in terms of proximity to the racecourse, village high street and station and we thoroughly recommend an internal viewing.
Adjoining Ascot racecourse and ideally placed to take full advantage of local amenities in Ascot High Street less than a 5 minute walk.
The picturesque town of Royal Windsor some 6 miles distant, provides a substantial and varied selection of restaurants and retail outlets. Travel time by rail to Waterloo from Ascot station is circa 46 minutes and the station is only a 10 minute walk from the property. Ascot is conveniently located between the M3 and M4 motorways as well as being in close proximity to Heathrow, Gatwick and Luton airports. Farnborough’s private airport, which is arguably fast becoming the main choice of international business travelers is just 12 miles away
Sports and leisure pursuits are well catered for locally. In particular, golfing enthusiast will be delighted with the choice of several fine courses namely The Berkshire, Sunningdale and Wentworth.
Schools are also well catered for with a high standard of education at all levels and many highly regarded schools are to be found within a reasonable travel time from the house.
Approached over a brick laid driveway providing parking for numerous cars and fronting a double garage.
To the rear is a generous, mature garden with a southerly aspect, providing an enclosed area of lawn with a large patio area and ornate hedging. The garden enjoys one boundary as a period wall for additional privacy.
There are separate building to the rear currently used for storage and a purpose built chalet housing the gym.
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