Guide Price £1,895,000 Exclusive
  • No Onward Chain
  • Absolutely Stunning Period Property
  • Sought After Village Location
  • Tastefully Presented Throughout
  • Viewing Highly Recommended
  • Large Beautifully Landscaped Gardens
  • External Hobby Rooms, Work Shops & Garden Rooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms

As you enter the property through the solid oak front door, you are welcomed into an entrance hallway that instantly gives glimpses of the elegance and spaciousness that is to come. From the entrance hall, the wooden stair case leads up to the first floor, there is a cloaks cupboard and a cloak room. The first reception room immediately to the left boasts a Jotel wood-burning stove, set in a beautiful Inglenook fireplace, exposed ceiling beams and wall timbers along with a wooden floor, creating the ideal space for cosy evenings with friends and family. Being triple aspect with windows to the front and side and two sets of glazed double doors to the rear, natural light is not in shortage. The second reception off the hall is the dining room which overlooks the front garden and offers another fireplace with a wood-burning stove, exposed ceiling beams and wall timbers and a wooden floor. Off of the dining room towards to rear of the property is a superb Mark Wilkinson famous Cooks kitchen/breakfast room over seen by the man himself, and equipped with an Aga, top-of-the-range integrated appliances, a central island and ample cooking and preparation space in polished Italian granite and Oak. Windows to the rear, a window and door to the side once again allows natural light to flood in. The final reception room accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room being, the hall, is an exceptionally stunning recent addition to the property providing your ideal entertainment space if required. Its Oak frame construction, vaulted ceiling, beams, exposed brick, Inglenook fireplace, lantern roof light, Velux windows and bi folding doors to the terrace is all very elegant. A continuation of the Oak frame hall is a large luxurious bathroom with a free standing roll top bath and wet room floor shower, also with the vaulted ceiling, beams and Velux windows.

On the first floor from the galleried landing of this remarkable property boasts four well appointed bedrooms. The principle bedroom suite is triple aspect overlooking the rear garden and offers abundant storage space in the form of built in wardrobes, drawers and dressing table. The bathroom with its painted slipper end bath is a great place to wallow at the end of a day. The other three bedrooms are all of a good size and share a smart shower room.

Heading outdoors, the gardens of the property are a true delight, a gardeners paradise, and approximately half an acre in size. To the front is a spacious sweeping driveway that provides ample room for parking many cars and even has an original telephone box, views on to the common and Windsor Castle in the distance. The rest of the gardens are mature, beautifully landscaped with a terrace adjacent to the property for al fresco dining, an attractive fountain, a kitchen garden, ornamental trees and shrubs, flower beds and lawn.

A selection of out buildings provides versatile space as required, currently used as hobby rooms, workshops and garden storage.

Dorney is a Conservation area and there are two villages nearby. Dorney Court and Dorney Lake nearby both offering their own unique attractions. Shopping facilities are available in Eton and Taplow, with more extensive amenities to be found in nearby Windsor and Maidenhead.

Dorney Common is an excellent location for those who love outdoor pursuits, with a riding school and horse riding facilities, pretty walks down to the River Thames, and a towpath that runs to Windsor and Bray. Local footpaths lead to the Jubilee River and Dorney Wetlands, a haven for wildlife.

Location
Dorney is a village and civil parish located in the county of Buckinghamshire, England. It is situated approximately 3 miles west of the town of Windsor, and 4 miles east of Maidenhead. The village is situated on the River Thames, and it is home to the Dorney Rowing Lake, which was used during the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Dorney is surrounded by beautiful countryside, with Dorney Common and the Dorney Wetlands Nature Reserve offering a variety of walking and cycling routes, as well as bird watching and horse riding opportunities. The area is popular with nature lovers and those seeking a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of urban life.

The village has a small number of local amenities, including a post office, a village hall, and a popular pub, The Palmer Arms. There is also a popular garden centre and farm shop, which sells a range of local produce.

For those looking for more extensive shopping, dining, and entertainment options, the nearby towns of Windsor and Maidenhead offer a wide range of amenities. Both towns are easily accessible by car or public transport, and offer a range of shops, restaurants, bars, and cultural attractions.

Dorney is also well-connected for commuters, with easy access to the M4 motorway and regular train services to London from nearby stations including Windsor & Eton Riverside, Slough, and Maidenhead.



Council Tax
South Buckinghamshire, Band G

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.


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