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Modern Three-Bedroom Gem in a Quiet Eton Cul-de-Sac
This modern three-bedroom end-of-terraced house is a hidden gem nestled in a private cul-de-sac, just a stone’s throw away from Eton High Street. Immaculately presented, this property is a testament to quality living.
Inside, you’ll find a well-maintained space with a downstairs cloakroom, a comfortable lounge, a fully fitted kitchen, a dining area, and a charming conservatory. Upstairs boasts three bedrooms and a convenient walk-in shower room.
Step outside to a delightful rear garden, enclosed for privacy and featuring views over the communal gardens of Eton Bank Court and the tranquil backstream of the River Thames. Plus, you’ll have easy access to a nearby garage.
This property has been lovingly maintained and is available to let mostly furnished.
The property is situated in the heart of historic Eton, close to the High Street with its range of shops catering for day-to-day needs, restaurants, cafe bars, local pubs include The George, Waterman Arms, Henry and Christopher Hotel. Windsor is accessed via the Windsor Bridge, across the River Thames and offers further more extensive shopping amenities, Theatres and Windsor Castle.
Rail connections to London Waterloo (approx. 56 minutes) are available from Windsor & Eton Riverside and to Paddington (approx.38 minutes), via Slough, from Windsor Central. Access to the M4, Heathrow, Central London, the West Country and the M25 are also convenient.
Sporting/leisure facilities – The area is spoilt for choice with some of the best golf courses in the UK at Sunningdale, Wentworth, The Berkshire, Ascot Heath and many more. Horse riding in Windsor Great Park and boating on the River Thames.
Eton and Windsor are historic locations to be proud of, home to Eton College and Windsor Castle. Eton College is the largest boarding school in the UK and dates back to 1440. Eton is famous for being the school of choice for generations of aristocracy. Set on the River Thames the extensive Windsor castle was originally built by William The Conqueror in the 11th Century. Today it is the residence of choice for several members of the Royal family. The pageantry of the changing of the guard at Windsor Castle happens several times a week. Windsor also has access to the 5,000 acres of Windsor Great Park with its sweeping historic parkland, award winning gardens, ancient woodland and forest trails. Windsor is also host to numerous local events which include Windsor Horse Show, Windsor Dog Show, Swan Upping, Windsor on Ice, monthly Farmers Markets and a full calendar of performances at Windsor Theatre.