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image  Albert Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4

image ££750,000 Guide

image 3 BEDROOMS
image For Sale


 Extended & refurbished Victorian terraced house
 Sought after residential street in Windsor town centre
 Renovated throughout to the highest standard
 Open plan double reception room
 Beautiful bespoke, hand painted kitchen w/ top of the range appliances
 3 bed/2 bath
 South facing garden with office & storage
 Ample permit parking

Property Description

A stunning three bedroom Victorian terraced property extended and refurbished throughout by the current owners to the highest standard, featuring a bespoke hand painted kitchen with top of the range appliances and large doors leading out to a south facing garden and office. The house is situated in a sought-after residential road in Windsor's town centre with ample permit parking, just a short walk from the shops, restaurants and mainline railway stations as well as local schools.

Other key features include:
- High quality Siemens appliances
- Wine cooler & warming drawer
- Waste disposal unit
- Instant hot water tap
- Nest learning thermostats
- Full mist system
- Megaflow & accumulator to increase water pressure

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