1679.17 sq ft (156 sq m)
1679.17 sq ft (156 sq m)
Dating back to somewhere between 1750 and 1820, this property was built over 200 years ago and offers a wealth of character that you just don't see very often. We know that someone will love this house as much as the current owners and we cannot wait to show you round. Perfect for a working or retired couple or for anyone looking for a quirky and stunning Air BnB investment, this is a versatile home with a wide appeal.
The property is close by to Windsor Great Park, Ascot, Windsor and Heathrow Airport, nestled on a private road in the heart of Warfield. There is off road parking to the front for three vehicles and a good deal of privacy. It is available with no onward chain complications, which is another appealing factor to consider.
Being over 1600 square feet there is an abundance of space to match the character features, with the downstairs space being one of the greatest features of this home. You initially enter a large dining room which is reminiscent of an olden day banquet hall. With exposed wooden beams and hardwood flooring you are enveloped in nostalgia from the very moment you step foot in the door. This room is over 21 feet in length and adjoins the kitchen at the rear. The owners have added a stunning orangery off the kitchen, which was built over the original courtyard area This is a room that is flooded with natural light and would make for a perfect studio or home office dependant on your needs. The main living room centres around a huge working fireplace and has a cosy feel all year round, but especially at this time of year.
On the first floor the master bedroom is over 23 feet wide and has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, as well as two windows to bring lots of natural light in. There is a large range of built in wardrobes and a four piece en-suite to this room, letting you feel like you live in a high end country manor hotel every day. The other two bedrooms are of a great size too and are serviced by a family bathroom with the roll top bath you'd expect to see in a home like this.
The current owners have a true eye for decor, and have sympathetically modernised the house over the twenty years they have lived there to keep everything in harmony. The local area offers a huge amount of greenery and natural beauty, with walking areas all around. There are many convenient amenities close by, including a Tesco superstore and the regenerated Lexicon town centre offers an array of bars, restaurants and shops within close proximity.
Based on a sale price of £600,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
Last updated: The calculator has been updated to reflect changes in stamp duty following the Mini Budget on 23rd September 2022.
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.