An immaculately presented, 4-bedroom period house, set in a highly desirable position, less than half a mile from Windsor town centre. The property benefits from a south-facing garden that backs onto the Trinity Wildlife Area.
Utility room and a cloakroom
4 Bedrooms (1 en suite)
South-facing rear garden
Under-floor heating in kitchen, utility room & bathrooms
70 Clarence Road is a beautifully presented, period family house, set in a highly desirable position, less than half a mile from Windsor town centre. The house offers stylish accommodation arranged over three floors, with fittings and décor complementing the subtle elegance of the property. Undoubtedly a key feature, is the impressive extended kitchen/dining/family room that provides superb informal dining and relaxation space, with skylights flooding the room with natural light, and bi-folding doors opening the room out to the decked rear terrace. The Devol shaker kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a good range of hand-painted solid wood units, a central island and modern integrated appliances, and there is ample space for both a dining table and a separate seating area.
The property benefits from two reception rooms the sitting room and the family room. The more formal sitting room has a bay window to the front, with plantation style shutters and a feature fireplace, whilst the family room offers space to relax in as a family. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a utility room with its own outside access, and a cloakroom.
There are three double bedrooms on the first floor, plus a generous family bathroom featuring a ’ball and claw’ footed stand-alone bath, a large shower unit with ’his and her’ showers, and dual wash basins. On the second floor there is an additional generous double bedroom (currently used as an office), and an en suite shower room. It is worth noting that there is also a large fully insulated loft storage space, complete with lighting and a ladder.
To the front of the property is a small enclosed garden, with an attractive tessellated pathway leading to the front entrance. To the rear, the lawned garden backs onto the Trinity Wildlife Area, and is enclosed by a variety of shrubs and mature trees to provide a sense of privacy. A decked terrace to the rear of the house, takes full advantage of the garden’s southerly aspect, extending the living space in the summer months, and is the perfect spot in which to relax. A timber shed situated at the end of the garden provides useful storage space.