Trinity Place, Windsor,
Berkshire, SL4 3AT
18 Trinity Place is a magnificent Grade II Listed Victorian town house, believed to date from around 1850. Set over four floors, the property is striking and grand, with superb proportions, excellent ceiling heights and masses of natural light, owing to the sizeable sash windows. The house has been carefully and painstakingly restored by the current owners and there is a wealth of period features including cornicing, stunning architraves and magnificent open fireplaces. Of particular note is the drawing room, with a large East facing bay window that soaks the room in morning sunlight. The dining room is also striking with lovely views over the garden, and the kitchen is beautifully appointed and recently fitted. The master bedroom suite, complete with dressing room and ensuite bathroom is beautiful with high ceilings, a picture rail, large sash windows and a stunning period fireplace. There is a separate one bedroom apartment in the basement which could be let, used for an elderly relative or a nanny, or it could be reinstated and brought back to being part of the main house. The property is located on a no through road within central Windsor, yet away from the tourist hot spots and unusually for Windsor, there is parking for four cars and a tandem double garage. The garden is mostly laid to lawn and makes for a lovely place to sit and enjoy the afternoon and evening sun.
Situated on the on the banks of the River Thames, Windsor – with its desirable setting, attractive architecture and fascinating history – offers town living at its very finest. Windsor is famous for its royal connections and is steeped in pageantry and history. It's surrounded by the delightful countryside of Royal Berkshire, which provides stunning walking and inexhaustible options for lovers of the outdoors. Windsor is a lively town in a glorious riverside location with great shopping, restaurants and Windsor Castle - one of the Queen's official royal residences and the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world. Less than 30 miles west of London, the capital is easily commutable, with trains from Windsor and Eton Central to Paddington and Windsor and Eton Riverside to Waterloo. The M4 (J6) is close by as is Heathrow Airport. There is a wide range of choice for excellent schooling, both state and private.
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