We understand, in the past, the property had been utilised for mainly pony breeding and historically as an equestrian veterinary practice. The original house was extended and now provides, in the agents opinion, comfortable and characterful accommodation, arranged on two floors. There are three first floor double bedrooms and three bathrooms, one of which could be subdivided to provide a further bedroom. There is a ground floor study / potential bedroom, a very nice open plan kitchen with high ceiling, dining room and large sitting room, Belfast sinks in kitchen / utility, electric induction large Range cooker in kitchen, “engineered” oak flooring throughout ground floor and stone flooring with underfloor heating in the downstairs utility / WC. Original antique stripped and polished floorboards in the two smaller upstairs bedrooms (main is carpeted with luxury cream wool). Characterful stripped handmade stained doors with antique style Suffolk latches throughout the house.
The property is situated close to the popular town of White Waltham and is in the catchment area for White Waltham Primary School and Holyport Grammar School. There are two public houses, within walking distance of the property and there are hobby farms and farm shops selling local produce nearby. The property is also within easy cycling distance of Crossrail Station at Maidenhead and within short boxing distance of Windsor Great Park.
Price Guide £1,595,000 Ref: JN6195
An attractive detached period house with oil fired central heating and double glazed windows throughout. The accommodation is as follows with approx. room sizes:
Ground Floor Entrance Hall
Study / Bedroom 10’6 x 10’8 (about 3.2m x 3.2m) with radiator, engineered oak flooring, downlighting
Dining Room 19’3 x 11’ (about 5.9m x 3.3m) front and rear windows, radiator, stairs to first floor with turned stairs, built-in cupboard and display recess
Sitting Room 19’5 x 18’3 (about 5.9m x 5.6m) with Faux fireplace, two front windows, oak flooring, TV point, double doors with glazed side panels to rear garden
Utility Room 12’ x 7’9 (about 3.6m x 2.4m) with door to outside, oil fired boiler, Belfast sink with mixer tap, cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, lime stone flooring plus a Cloakroom with WC, wash hand basin and window
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 16’7 x 15’9 (about 5m x 4.8m) fitted with a range of Howdens shaker cream units with oak worksurfaces, Belfast sink, electric Rangemaster cooker, island unit, drawers and cupboards, radiator, four windows, four roof lights
Landing with access to loft space
Bedroom One 16’3 x 13’ (about 4.9m x 1.8m) two front and a side window, walk-in wardrobes, and cupboards
En Suite 11’8 x 5’9 (about 3.5m x 1.8m) with bath, wash hand basin and WC, double shower cubicle, ladder towel rail, extractor fan and window
Bedroom Two 11’ x 10’9 (about 3.3m x 3.3m) front window, radiator, built-in wardrobes, pine flooring
Shower Room 8’6 x 5’ (about 2.6m x 1.5m) with corner shower cubicle, wash and basin, WC, window, ladder towel rail, inset ceiling lighting (space for bath if refitted)
Bedroom Three 14’2 x 10’9 (about 4.3m x 3.3m) front window, two deep cupboards, radiator, door to:
En Suite 12’ x 4’9 (about 3.6m x 1.4m) bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, wash hand basin and WC, radiator, rear window with view to stables and fields (formerly a single bedroom)
Price Guide £1,595,000Ref: JN6195
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
The property is approached off the road via a splayed and recessed single electric gated entrance which leads to a large parking area suitable for several cars and lorry parking. Off this area there is a close boarded, double gated access and a side pedestrian gate which leads to a gravelled driveway and then on to the rear of the property and stables beyond. There are low maintenance lawned gardens and grounds at the rear of the house, off which lie the stables and outbuildings. To the far side of the arrival yard there is a fenced orchard and fenced poultry / duck pond.
The Stables comprise one block of two timber loose boxes with mono pitch roof (constructed in 2019) each approx. 11’6 x 11’6 (about 3.5m x 3.5m) int. On the far side of the garden there is a further Purpose Built Building comprising a run of three stables each approx. 11’11 x 11’5 (about 3.6m x 3.4m) int., plus an Adjoining Barn c. 27’4 x 11’2 (about 8.3m x 3.3m) with double oak security doors and a pedestrian access. We understand this building was utilised in the past for veterinary therapy and housing dogs with water, electric and a modern fuse board. There is a lorry parking area and a gated access to:
The Land comprises one small paddock within which there is a Timber Monopitch Field Shelter and a gated access leading back to the arrival yard. A further gated access leads into the main field which has post and rail and stock fencing and is mainly level pastureland utilised as an exercise area with a walking circuit around. It is well screened by trees and hedging and there are two field water troughs.
We understand the vendor will place an Uplift Clause on the land in respect of future development 15% over 30 years. Further details available from vendor
IN ALL APPROX. 3 ACRES (About 1.2 Hectares)
Price Guide £1,595,000Ref: JN6195
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