An exceptionally fine example of a Georgian townhouse, offering 8 bedrooms and backing onto the Long Walk. The main house offers 5,870 sq ft. of accommodation, and an apartment above the garage.
6 Reception rooms
Kitchen and pantry
Utility room, boiler room and 3 cloakrooms
4 Bathrooms & 2 Shower rooms
Detached garage with self-contained apartment above
Backing onto the Long Walk
Hadleigh House is a fine example of a Georgian townhouse, built in 1793 by William Thomas, an apothecary who later became Mayor of Windsor. Replete with many original features such as sash windows with window shutters, fine fireplaces and original servants’ bells, it is a house of extraordinary presence. Its specification and position will suit a number of buyers, including those seeking a property that is conveniently placed for commuting.
Behind the handsome facade is beautifully presented accommodation, arranged over five floors, around an impressive staircase that extends the full height of the house. In addition to the house, there is ancillary accommodation in the form of a self-contained one-bedroom annexe above the garage, offering an opportunity for inter-generational living.
The generously proportioned receptions rooms showcase the property’s charming features and combine to provide superb entertaining space, notably the dining room with its ’dumb waiter’ that connects with the kitchen. The kitchen/breakfast room features York stone flooring and is fitted with a bespoke range of units, a central island, granite worksurfaces, integrated appliances and an Aga.
The house is also host to eight bedrooms, along with four bathrooms and two shower rooms, offering immense flexibility.
The house is set behind a high brick wall and is accessed via a decorative wrought-iron pedestrian gate opening into a courtyard-style garden. Double gates at the side of the property allow vehicular access to a driveway that provides ample parking for several vehicles and leads to the 3-car garage, a former coach house. The rear garden complements the house perfectly and incorporates a paved terrace and a raised lawn interspersed with various trees, including a magnolia, a mature walnut, a plum tree and a weeping willow.