Prince Consort Cottages, Windsor, £450,000
This charming Grade II-listed cottage is tucked away in a quiet Victorian development in the middle of Windsor town centre. It might look traditional from the outside, but within it transforms into a modern home complete with a spacious reception room, two bright bedrooms and a rear courtyard garden. We like the look of the stainless-steel kitchen, which leads into a courtyard – perfect for summer entertaining. The property also includes access to a picturesque communal lawn.
Trinity Place, Windsor, £425,000
This well-presented two-bedroom property is a lower ground-floor Victorian conversion, forming part of a superb period building in a sought-after area. Accessed via its own private entrance and recently refurbished, the accommodation comprises a generous open-plan sitting/dining room with wooden flooring, a period fireplace and sash windows. The well-appointed kitchen comes with white gloss units, quartz work surfaces and integrated appliances including an oven, slimline dishwasher, fridge-freezer and washing machine. To the rear of the house is a landscaped communal garden, plus a private terrace. This property comes with its own entrance, a garage and no onward chain – bonus.
Bridgewater Terrace, Windsor, £489,950
A two-bedroom period cottage with a landscaped garden, this centrally located property has great access to both Windsor train stations, the castle and the river. The ground floor provides open-plan family accommodation with a dual-aspect sitting room/dining room that comes with two period fireplaces, a log burner, wooden flooring and access to the garden. A well-appointed kitchen incorporates a range of gloss wall and base units with integrated appliances including a fridge-freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A main family bathroom is located at the rear of the kitchen and comprises a contemporary white suite and bath with inset shower. The first floor contains two bedrooms; bedroom one with a period feature fireplace and front aspect, and bedroom two overlooking the garden. This garden sits at the rear of the property and features raised planted beds and an integrated seating area with ample space for dining and entertaining.
Thameside, Windsor, £1,325,000
This covetable three-bedroom apartment is accompanied by views of the castle and the River Thames. The property is designed for modern living and comes with an open-plan kitchen/diner and living area. Part of a new riverside development, each apartment is filled with high quality fixtures and fittings: expect Miele appliances in the contemporary kitchen and chic Villeroy and Boch suites in the bathroom. Large feature windows provide an abundance of natural light, and the master bedroom has its own balcony. The property benefits from underfloor heating throughout, two ensuites and proximity to Windsor & Eton Riverside train station.
Russell Street, Windsor, £750,000
We like the look of this picturesque double-fronted family home in central Windsor. The interior and exterior have been extensively redesigned over the past year using natural materials and a sympathetic pallete of colours. The front door opens from a quiet side street into a striking open-plan living and dining space. There’s a gas fire and bi-fold doors which lead onto a private south-facing garden. The large, contemporary kitchen is designed with sociable cooking in mind: there’s space for lounging, an abundance of storage, a generous cook's island, a flush fitting Neff induction hob and a double oven. The garden is secluded year-round, lined with mature jasmine climbers, and makes a great outdoor cooking and entertaining space. Best of all, we like the master bedroom, which adds a touch of drama to the cottage. There’s white-washed solid-oak flooring, a solar-powered Velux roof blind, and north/south floor-to-ceiling windows framing space for a super king-sized bed. The large adjoining bathroom has marble hexagonal tiles underfoot and a large Velux roof window overhead.
Old Windsor, £1,250,000
Surrounded by open fields, this striking residence is located in the former pumping station to Windsor Castle and dates to 1872. Situated in the sought-after village of Old Windsor on the River Thames, the property is within commuting distance of Windsor, Datchet and Runnemede, as well as the M4, M3 and M25 motorway networks. This one-off property has a wealth of character, but it’s been brought up to date to create a modern home. Adjacent to the legally designated site of the Saxon Palace of Old Windsor, the property offers far reaching views over Crown land, as well as providing spacious and flexible accommodation throughout. There’s currently potential planning permission to include an annexe.
Kensington Mews, Windsor, £985,000
This impressive four-bedroom, three-bathroom property offers flexible accommodation over three floors. Situated in a gated location within the Boltons area of Windsor, the house comes with allocated private parking. Filled with generously proportioned rooms finished to a high standard, our favourite spot is the kitchen/breakfast room which comes with gloss units, composite work surfaces and integrated Siemens appliances including two ovens, an induction hob, dishwasher and washer-dryer together with space for a standalone fridge-freezer. The living room leads to a dining room with a superb vaulted glass roof lantern. The first floor houses a master bedroom with a front aspect, an ensuite bathroom and dressing area with floor-to-ceiling wardrobes. Bi-folding doors open onto a beautiful mature rear garden and a full-slate terrace, ideal for summer entertaining. .
Church Road, Old Windsor, £600,000
This four-bedroom house is set within a period conversion of one of the oldest surviving buildings in Old Windsor, with parts of the existing structure thought to date from the 14th-century. The reception hallway leads to a generous 'L'-shaped sitting/dining room, both with original oak wood panelling and solid wooden flooring throughout. A well-appointed kitchen sits at the rear with integrated units including a dishwasher, microwave and Rangemaster oven. An open landing leads to three bedrooms and a main family bathroom. We love the look of the second bedroom, with floor-to-ceiling built-in wardrobes, an ensuite shower room and access to a roof terrace overlooking the rear garden. Stairs lead to the master bedroom and ensuite bathroom on the top floor.
Straight Road, Old Windsor, £799,950
This spacious five-bedroom semi-detached family home is located on a large and enclosed plot. The bright property features three reception rooms, including a living room, dining room and conservatory/sun room. There is also a flexible kitchen/breakfast room and a downstairs cloakroom. On the first floor there are five well-proportioned bedrooms and a four-piece family bathroom with plenty of cupboard and storage space. There is also the potential to convert the loft into a further bedroom with an ensuite. The front of the house provides a 100ft driveway with parking for numerous vehicles and scope to build a detached double garage if required. To top it off, there’s a beautifully manicured, fully enclosed garden which is east facing and filled with mature shrubs and borders.
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