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4 bedroom character property for sale

Character House: Egham

Withdrawn from Market £825,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Beautiful Character Property
  • Set in a Quiet Mews
  • 3/4 Bedrooms
  • Master with En Suite
  • Stunning Orangery
  • Living Room with Stove
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Utility Room
  • 100' Southerly Garden
  • Parking for 3-4 Cars. No Chain

Full description


This exceptional three/four bedroom house is tucked away in a secluded setting, close to the historic Great Fosters Hotel, the recent recipient of a Michelin star.

The property may appear as though it should be listed, but it is not. Externally the property offers a wealth of character with exposed beam-work, spiral staircase which forms the ‘tower’ and the weather vane overlooking a courtyard to the front helps create an almost unique environment.

Tower Cottage has been skilfully re-configured, extended and undergone an extensive refurbishment programme by the current owners over the last few years. It has been finished to a high standard with contemporary complimenting the character and retains a lovely homely feel and a warm ambiance throughout.

The house would suit a family, ‘downsizer’ or professional couple who will appreciate the generously proportioned rooms and close proximity to both excellent state, private and International schooling. Egham & Virginia Water train stations are both about one mile away, offering services into London Waterloo.

Egham is an outstanding location with a choice of superb amenities; the vibrant High Street with individual shops, boutiques, restaurants, wine bars and gastro pubs is just a few minutes’ away, and supermarkets such as Waitrose are close to hand. Windsor Great Park is very close and nearby Wentworth is host of many sport and leisure facilities. In addition to Great Fosters, Runnymede Hotel, on the banks of the Thames, offers great dining and spa facilities and Runnymede itself, a National Trust site, recently celebrated the 800th year of the signing of the Magna Charter.

The owners had an inspirational design and building project in mind, which was undertaken to transform the house into this brilliant home. In their design, the owners specified the large kitchen/breakfast/family room with an additional Orangery to be at the rear of the house – which is perfect not only for day to day family life, but also for entertaining their friends and family. It has a huge roof lantern and its windows and doors provide a lovely vista and access onto the large patio and 100’ Southerly facing garden, which gives an added dimension to the room and also provides an excellent, safe place for the children to play (and the adults to indulge in the hot tub!). The living room area has a multi-fuel burning stove and wide-planked wood flooring which extends through the whole ground floor and as well as the bespoke kitchen there is now a utility room and study/4th bedroom. Upstairs are three double bedrooms, a family bathroom and an en suite shower room to the master bedroom which has also has bespoke fitted wardrobes. Attention to detail also includes modern character-style leaded light double glazed windows set in wooden frames/beams and a renewed gas central heating/hot water system. 

The area benefits from excellent transport links to London and the south east, with easy access to the M25, M4 and M3. London Heathrow Airport (10-15 mins) and London Gatwick (35mins) are also within easy reach. 

Schools around the area include Manorcrofts, St Cuthberts, St Judes, Trumps Green, St Anns Heath, Eton College, Wellington College, TASIS, The ACS International School, the Marist, St Georges and Bishopsgate School, as well as numerous other quality establishments. The area really is blessed with choice in this department.

The local area benefits from many international sporting venues including Guards Polo Club, Ascot Racecourse, Wentworth Golf Club and Eton Dorney. Wembley & Twickenham Stadiums are also within easy reach.
NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Accommodation comprises:

Entrance Hall: Wide front door with antique style door furniture, wide-planked Oak wood flooring, beam to ceiling, radiator with ornate cover, thermostat, recess display, spindled stairs leading to the first floor with cupboard below.
 
Downstairs Cloakroom: White suite comprising low-level w.c. raised wash-hand basin with a chrome tap and tiled splashback, leaded light double glazed window, wide-planked wood floor, ceiling light point.

Living Room: Wide-planked wood floor, leaded light window, high beamed ceiling, radiator, wide open fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove, three wall light points and two radiators.

Orangery: Beautiful Oak-framed construction with almost full height double glazed windows, doors and Bi-Fold doors overlooking and leading onto the large Southerly aspect rear garden. There is wide-planked wood flooring, recessed ceiling spotlights and an almost full-width roof lantern that lets in an extraordinary amount of light.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room/Family Room: Fitted in the last two years, there is an excellent range of eye & base level units with concealed lighting and soft-closing doors and drawers and deep solid wood worktops with inset Butler style sink and space for a Rangemaster Professional Deluxe range cooker with a fitted stainless steel extractor hood/canopy above. There is a fitted stainless steel wine fridge, space for a wide American style refrigerator/freezer, integrated dishwasher, deep wood breakfast bar, leaded light window to the front, wide-planked wood flooring and two ceiling light points.
 
Utility Room: Wood floor, space & plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, matching cupboards with solid wood worktops housing a Worcester boiler & Prostel unvented hot water tank, recessed ceiling spotlights, leaded light window to the front.

Study/Bedroom 4: Leaded light window overlooking the rear garden, radiator, recessed ceiling spotlights.

First Floor Landing: Wood floorboards, spindled balustrade, leaded light window, antique style panelled doors.

Master Bedroom: Leaded light window overlooking the Southerly facing garden, radiator, high ceiling with light point, two walls with inset beams, bespoke range of fitted wardrobes with soft-closing doors, further built in storage cupboard, door to:

En Suite Shower Room: There is a modern white suite comprising flush shower tray with chrome shower and huge rainwater head and tiled walls. There is a pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, low level w.c. with inset Geberit flush and concealed cistern, radiator with fitted chrome heated towel rail, heated tiled floor, recessed ceiling spotlights, extractor fan, Velux window and large built in storage cupboard. 

Bedroom Two: Leaded light window overlooking the Southerly facing rear garden, radiator, high ceiling with light point, two walls with inset beams, brick fireplace with fitted storage cupboard to the side. 

Bedroom Three: Leaded light window overlooking the balcony, two walls with inset beams, fitted double cupboard to the side of the chimney breast with antique style hinges, radiator, ceiling light point.

Family Bathroom: Modern white suite comprising panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and wall mounted chrome shower, half-pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mono bloc tap, low level w.c. leaded light window to the front & side, mosaic tiled floor, tiled walls, chrome heated towel rail, ceiling light point, built in storage cupboard.
 
Outside:

Front:  There is a parking for three-four cars and the signature spiral staircase & tower which gives access to a small balcony.

Rear Garden: Approx. 100’, Southerly facing and mainly laid to lawn and very private, particularly when the trees are in leaf. There is an amazing Copper Beech hedgerow to the left, an allotment area and a border to the West side. There is a large garden shed with electric at the bottom of the garden and a large patio area behind the house, currently home to the owners’ hot tub and b-b-q; great for catching all day sun and accessed from the Orangery, it certainly makes for a memorable, flowing entertaining area – ideal for social gatherings in all seasons.


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