À propos de Westwood Road, Windlesham, Surrey, GU20
Set within idyllic gardens and within a stone’s throw of Sunningdale Golf Club, a pretty 4-bedroom coach house conversion with a detached annexe
Reception hall 3 Reception rooms Kitchen 4 Bedrooms (1 en suite) Family bathroom Detached annexe Workshop Secluded landscaped gardens Off-road parking Approximately a third of an acre The Old Coach House, as its name suggests, is a former coach house that has been beautifully converted to provide a unique family home, with the benefit of a detached annexe, formerly housing the stables. Occupying a private ’tucked away’ position and set within pretty secluded gardens, the property presents a rare opportunity for those seeking a home of immense character and charm. Extreme care and attention to detail has created a family home that combines period character, with the convenience of modern day living; the result is a most appealing and fascinating property.
The house is entered via an exceptionally light and airy reception hall that creates a warm welcome upon entering and features a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows and attractive parquet flooring that extends through to the dining room. The elegant sitting room enjoys a sense of tranquillity and features a fireplace with a ’real flame’ gas fire and French doors that open out to a paved patio, ideal for outdoor relaxation. It is worth noting the parquet flooring remains in this room (currently carpeted) and could be exposed if required. The ground floor further comprises a cosy family room with a working fireplace, a country style fitted kitchen with a bow window, and a cloakroom. A secondary entrance door opens out to a secluded brick paved patio/courtyard area, a perfect space for ’al fresco’ dining and relaxation. The first floor is arranged to provide a master bedroom with a wall of fitted wardrobe cupboards that conceal double doors to an en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The ancillary accommodation, in the form of the detached annexe, comprises a spacious sitting/bedroom with two sets of double doors opening out to the gardens, a kitchen and a cloakroom. Adjoining the annexe is a useful workshop.
The property is accessed via double 5-bar gates opening onto a shingled parking area and from here, a gravelled pathway leads you to the front of the house. Undoubtedly a key feature of the property is the beautifully maintained gardens, enclosed by high level hedging, shrubs and trees to provide total seclusion and privacy. Principally laid to lawn, the south-facing gardens are enhanced by various areas that have been designed and planted to create ’year round’ interest and of particular note is a large raised brick-built flower bed that started life as a the base of a Victorian glass house. To the rear of the house is an ornamental pond with a water cascade and to complete the ’chocolate box’ image, the house elevations are complemented by various climbing plants including climbing roses and wistaria.
A footpath, running alongside The Old Coach House, provides direct access to Sunningdale Golf Course - the 7th Tee (less than two minutes walk).