Osborne House, Sunningdale
A luxurious three bedroom apartment with three bathrooms located in this most sought after and exclusive residential area in Sunningdale, Berkshire.
Appealing to those who appreciate fine living, the classically-styled building is surrounded by extensive mature gardens. It is screened by trees and accessed via security gates,
making it a place to enjoy seclusion and peace, while still being close to the village centre.
The property offers refined luxury, spacious rooms and an uncompromising quality of finish with with lift access to all floors
Second floor views of the garden can be enjoyed from two aspects, with a balcony at the front and the rear of this amazing apartment. Open-plan living and entertaining space is provided by the large kitchen/dining/living room, with an eye-catching and practical island. The main en suite is truly luxurious, featuring a deep bath and two basins. The utility room and ample storage ensure this stylish home is practical as well as beautiful. Underfloor heating throughout, high specification kitchens and bathrooms, carefully chosen materials and subtle finishing touches.
Sunningdale is a village with intriguing literary connections. Agatha Christie once lived on Charters Road, where Osborne House is situated, and gave one of her stories the title ‘The Sunningdale Mystery’. Modern day Sunningdale is not quite so mysterious, but does have an air of exclusivity, with quaint buildings and well-kept streets that could easily belong to the Christie era. However, the local shops are thoroughly contemporary businesses, and include an independent deli, antique and gift shops, fashion boutiques and a couture milliner, ideal for Ascot hats. The village and its immediate area have an excellent choice of restaurants, both casual and more formal. Of the latter, Coworth Park has earned a Michelin star for its excellence, as has Matt Worswick at The Latymer, in the historic surroundings of Pennyhill Park.
Osborne House is exceptionally well placed for road travel, being only four miles from Junction 3 of the M3, 14 miles to Heathrow and just over 27 miles to central London. Train travellers have the option of two local stations. Sunningdale station, less than ten minutes walk from Osborne House, is on the London Waterloo line with a journey time of 52 minutes. Ascot station is a short drive away and gives you the option of a 55 minute journey to London Paddington.
The Sunningdale, Ascot and Windsor area has marvellous opportunities for outdoor life. Windsor Great Park is 4,800 acres of magnificent landscape, whose treasures include The Long Walk, The Savill Garden and tranquil Virginia Water, which borders Sunningdale. Chobham Common is wilder in nature, its ancient heathland providing habitats for numerous birds and butterflies, as well as opportunities for rambles and rides. Golfers will find some of the country’s most prestigious clubs in the neighbourhood. Royal Ascot, Wentworth, Sunningdale, Mill Ride and The Berkshire golf clubs are all renowned as much for their
social facilities as for their perfect greens. Ascot is about three miles from Sunningdale. As well as being world famous for racing and royal connections, the town also boasts a good range of shops, pubs and restaurants to offer you even more options for enjoying local life.
EPC Rating: B. Council Tax Band: F. Lease: 124 years remaining
Osborne House, Charters Road, Sunningdale SL5 9QF
Osborne House, Sunningdale, Ascot