6 bedroom detached house for saleThe Green, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, TW20
- A quintessentially English location overlooking the village green
- Set within enclosed landscaped gardens
- This handsome property offers spacious contemporary accommodation
- including a Cellar & Outbuilding
- Well placed to enjoy all the village has to offer
- EPC Rating = D
Stunning family residence set within beautiful gardens in a prime location overlooking the village green and cricket ground
Crown House is situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Englefield Green overlooking the village green and cricket ground. The village green is also home to The Barley Mow pub which is part of the renowned culinary chain The White Brasserie Co. Shopping amenities catering for 'day to day' needs are available in the village and nearby historic Egham whilst further extensive facilities may be found in Windsor and Staines. Englefield Green is surrounded by miles of beautiful countryside yet is still within easy commuting distance of Central London.
Rail connections to London (Waterloo) are available from Egham, Staines, Virginia Water, Datchet and Windsor and access to the M25 is available via Junction 13, which in turn provides access to the M4, M3 and Heathrow Airport.
Excellent sporting and leisure facilities in the area include golf at many well-known local courses including Wentworth and Sunningdale; polo at Smith'sLawn and The Royal Berkshire; racing at Ascot and Windsor; tennis at nearby Coopers Hill Lawn Tennis Club; walking and horse riding in Windsor Great Park (subject to the necessary riding permit); boating on some stretches of the River Thames. Virginia Water Lake and Savill Garden are in close proximity.
There is extensive schooling in the area including Bishopsgate, St. John's Beaumont, Eton College, St. Mary's School, Heathfield, St. George's, Papplewick, Marist Convent, Tasis England American School and The American Community School. There are coach services from Englefield Green to the Hampton School, Lady Eleanor Holles, and also to Sir William Perkin's, Chertsey, and St. George's, Weybridge.
Crown House dates back to 1710 and is a fine example of a Queen Anne residence. This elegant house originally formed part of a working farm and has white rendered elevations under a tiled roof with an attractive Dutch gable, all complemented by mature wisteria.
The house has been beautifully refurbished by the present owners and successfully combines many features of the period with the luxuries of modern day living to create a truly stunning home. The flexible accommodation is stylish and well-proportioned with high ceilings and is equally suited to family life and formal entertaining.
Lower Ground Floor
An extensive cellar which is accessed via stairs in the dining room
Generously proportioned reception hall
Three sets of French doors in the drawing room, take full advantage of the south facing aspect, opening onto the garden. The room also has a beautifully detailed working fireplace
Striking double aspect dining room with wonderful bird themed ornate ceiling and cleverly concealed access to the cellar
Double aspect study with two sets of French doors, feature fireplace and bespoke shelving
Family room with feature fireplace and Bose surround sound
Smallbone kitchen in a contemporary country style is comprehensively fitted with a range of units incorporating a large central island, integrated appliances, walk-in pantry and natural stone floor with under-floor heating.
The breakfast area has a large roof lantern and two sets of French doors opening onto the garden
Utility room with a range of fitted units, laundry plumbing and direct garden access
Charming double aspect master bedroom with French doors opening onto a south facing roof terrace with ornate balustrade, large luxury en suite with exposed beam, double shower and bath
Bedroom 2 is double aspect with a wonderful pitched ceiling with exposed limed beams, 'Jack & Jill' en suite with contemporary free standing bath and separate shower
Bedroom 3 with views over the front garden and built-in wardrobes
Bedroom 4 is a spacious double room with views to the rear garden
Bedroom 5 has a balcony with glorious views over the front garden and en suite shower room
Bedroom 6 is a double room with exposed painted beams, en suite shower room and views to the rear
A secondary staircase provides flexibility of accommodation.
The well-appointed outbuilding has been designed as a versatile additional space split into three rooms. The central space has a large roof lantern and French doors opening onto the garden. Whilst the one of the other rooms has direct access to the front of the property.
Open fronted double oak garage which can be accessed via electronic gates found on Northgate Road
The entrance to Crown House is magnificent. The electronic gates open onto the gravelled driveway and turning circle edged with formal topiary.
Steps lead up to the raised sun terrace providing a wonderful vantage point from which to enjoy the beautifully maintained gardens that wrap around the house. The garden enjoys a high degree of privacy and is principally laid to lawn with well stocked borders of mature shrubs and trees providing year round interest. To the rear of the property is a paved terrace which can be accessed directly from the kitchen/breakfast room. This has created an ideal space for outdoor entertaining.
Square Footage: 6,061 sq ft
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