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Key features

  • Within close proximity to Ascot Racecourse
  • Creatively extended.
  • Driveway parking
  • Three bedrooms
  • Three reception rooms
  • Victorian features
  • Leafy garden
  • A stone's throw to Ascot High Street.
  • No onward chain


Course Road is a cul-de-sac in the heart of Ascot between the High Street and Ascot Racecourse, and within walking distance to Ascot Train Station where trains run to London, Reading and Guildford. Nearby are a number of popular schools including Ascot Heath, Charters, Cheapside and St Francis. By road Course Road is convenient for the M3, M4, M25 and Heathrow Airport. Nearby points of interest include Ascot Racecourse, The Berkshire Golf Club, Coworth Park, Legoland, The Lexicon, Sunningdale Golf Club, Swinley Forest, Wentworth Club, Windsor Castle and Windsor Great Park.


An attractive three-bedroom period family home in a desirable central Ascot location, which has recently been cleverly extended, to blend Victorian charm with modern-day living.

There are staircases at each end of the house, adding to the property’s versality as a modern-day residence.

Downstairs, the Victorian ‘wing’ boasts two good-sized reception rooms – a traditional, cosy bay-windowed sitting room and a bright dining/breakfast room, as well as a convenient cloakroom. Upstairs in this traditional part of the house, are two double bedrooms – one with an ensuite including roll-top bath, and the other with a built-in wardrobe and handy Victorian safe inset into the wall.

This part retains a number of attractive Victorian fixtures and fittings, including three fireplaces [the downstairs one reputed to be working but untested by the current owners].

The cottage-style kitchen divides the new and old parts of the house, and leads diectly into the new modern two-storey extension. Here can be found a large downstairs living area, with underfloor heating, overlooking a pretty west-facing private garden. The room has wide bifold doors opening out onto a secluded patio, which catches the evening sun, and is excellent for dining and entertaining in the summer months.

The glass-fronted staircase gives the whole space an airy, open-plan feel, and leads up to a double bedroom with ‘picture’ window overlooking the leafy garden, and an ample ensuite with archway through to the shower.

A path leads down the side of the property for easy access to the garden, and there is a good-sized private gravel driveway at the front for car parking.


“It’s one of three houses that were built by a Victorian baker for his daughters. This one was made for Emily in 1877, as the plaque on the front of the property states, with Ethel and Ivy’s homes a little further down the road,” the current owner explains.


“In 2020, we decided to extend the house to bring it into the 21st century. We wanted to make it more compatible with modern living, and to create a stronger connection between the house and the garden. At the same time, we were mindful not to diminish the property’s Victorian charm and character in the process,” the owner continues.

“The new, large, modern downstairs living area – or garden room, as well call it – merges perfectly with the outdoor space in the summer months, when the expansive bifold doors can be left wide open,” they explain. “The sun floods into this room in the afternoon and evening, as well as into the new upstairs bedroom through the large picture window.”

“At other times of the year, the heating under the ceramic floor tiles gives the space a cosy feel.”

“And having two staircases in the property now is really handy as we can offer visitors their own space if they need it,” the owner observes.


“We have deliberately kept the garden quite leafy in order to attract birdlife, and at certain times of the year we see starlings, tits, robins, goldfinches and other species”.


“The majority of things we need on a day-to-day basis are within easy walking distance,” the current owner says.

“At one end of Course Road – just 100 yards away – is the High Street, with its variety of coffee shops, eateries and grocery stores. At the other end of the road is a convenient, pedestrian-only access point, leading to some beautiful places to explore on foot, such as the beautiful racecourse heath and Old Mile. The area is a paradise for dog walkers.”

“Sports-minded residents will appreciate the very close proximity of the cricket, golf and tennis clubs.”

“The train station is just a short walk away, with journeys taking 55 minutes into London Waterloo.”

“For London leavers especially, the location seems excellent, you get the country lifestyle without having to leave civilization behind entirely!”

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Course Road, Ascot

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  • Ascot Station0.4 miles
  • Sunningdale Station2.2 miles
  • Martins Heron Station2.3 miles
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