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image  Alma Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4

image ££1,595,000 Guide

image 6 BEDROOMS
image For Sale


 Victorian family house
 Easy walking distance of the town centre & railway stations (London Waterloo & Paddington via Slough)
 Many period features
 Situated in a conservation area
 2 large reception rooms w/ connecting double doors
 Spacious kitchen/breakfast room + utility
 6 bedrooms + study
 2 bathrooms
 Walled west facing garden
 Off-street parking for 1-2 cars
 Cellar development potential

Property Description

A magnificent and beautifully presented six bedroom Victorian family House in an attractive setting just across from St Edwards Church in this prestigious tree lined road, just a short walk from town centre shopping, restaurants & bars and main line rail connections to London. The property has a good-sized, walled west facing rear garden, off-street parking and features large well-proportioned rooms with high-corniced ceilings and attractive original fireplaces & surrounds. There is potential for further development of a cellar and also extension to the rear.

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