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Built in 1898, a traditional 4-5 bedroom period family home, situated in the heart of the town centre with access to the Long Walk, the Castle and Windsors two train stations.
Combining period charm with contemporary styling throughout, ground floor accommodation comprises a superb sitting/dining room at a generous 26 feet, with features including wooden flooring, real fire and substantial bay window with five sash windows overlooking the front.
The kitchen/breakfast room sits at the rear and is appointed with silestone worksurfaces, wood/stainless steel units and includes an integrated oven, dishwasher, utility cupboard with space and plumbing for a washing machine/dryer together with a breakfast bar seating area. Another superb feature bay has doors opening to the garden from the family room sitting area whilst a cloakroom in the hallway completes the arrangement for the ground floor.
First floor accommodation includes three bedrooms and main bathroom, features including the master bedroom overlooking the rear with steps down to it's own ensuite bathroom and bedroom 2 with feature fireplace and front aspect bay window.
Staircase leads to bedrooms 4 and 5 on the second floor with both dormer and velux windows and eaves storage.
Located in the heart of Windsor, this tree lined part of Alma Road is situated in the conservation area.
Nearby are The Long Walk, High Street and mainline stations, ideal to take advantage of the many vibrant features that the historic town of Windsor has to offer, including the Castle and River Thames. Windsor also has an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants and an expanding shopping centre.
There are excellent mainline rail links to London Waterloo and Paddington (via Slough). The M4 is approached via Junction 6 giving access to Heathrow Airport. Central London and the motorway network.
An excellent range of schools are available in both the Independent and State sectors, including St George's, Upton House, Brigidine, Eton College, St. John's Beaumont, Papplewick and Lambrook-Haileybury, Trinity St Stephen, Queen Annes, St Edwards Catholic First School (Ofsted Outstanding) & Royal Free Middle School, together with Windsor Boys and Girls (Ofsted Outstanding), High Schools to name a few.
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