This enchanting and unique Grade II listed property presents a rare opportunity for those seeking a home of immense character and charm that dates back to the sixteenth century.
Horseshoe House boasts a charming traditional exterior with a whitewashed facade contrasting with the original beams, and features a pretty garden that extends around to the rear of the property. Historic and interesting features are evident throughout including a wealth of exposed beams, latch doors, and fireplaces in the sitting and dining rooms.
The total accommodation of the property provides close to 2,000 sq. ft. of flexible living space that comprises an inviting 14ft sitting room, 15ft dining room, 14ft country-style re fitted kitchen/breakfast room with quartz worktops, Neff double oven and American style fridge freezer. There is also a 12ft family room, 11ft study, utility room and a cloakroom.
Stairs can be found in the dining room leading to the first floor where the 15ft master bedroom boasts a beamed vaulted ceiling, feature brick fireplace and a en suite bathroom. Bedroom two measures over 12ft and benefits from an en suite bathroom and open-tread stairs leading up to a mezzanine floor providing a unique individual space. A secondary staircase at the rear of the property leads you to bedrooms three and four as well as a shower room at the end of the landing.
To side aspect of the property double gates from Herschel Grange open onto a paved driveway providing parking for at least three vehicles and a 24ft detached garage/workshop. The garden benefits from a brick paved patio, good sized lawn, planting and mature shrubs and trees.
The semi-rural setting in Warfield Street is well placed for transport networks. Regular train services to London Waterloo are available from Ascot, Martins Heron and Bracknell stations, whilst London Paddington is accessible from Maidenhead station which is due to benefit from the new Crossrail high-speed service.
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