In centuries past, in order to escape the summer in the city, the privileged few would follow the River Thames as it flows from London the 20 miles to Windsor. Today the imposing towers and battlements of Windsor castle can be seen from every approach to the town, creating one of the worlds most spectacular kylines. In 1666 Samuel Pepys pronounced it ‘the most romantic castle that is in the world’.
Steeped in history the current house was built in 1830’s and was until recently occupied as a private school. Within its own landscaped parkland, this manor house now forms the centre of the development which is made up of apartments, town and family houses, allowing customers to live in the grand style of an established architectural landmark but with every modern luxury.
Classic English style, creating a very select environment with minute attention to detail. Seamlessly mixing traditional quality with clean, modern and simple design.
Individual and unique.
Each of the new buildings has been skilfully and sympathetically fashioned to reflect the existing buildings. Construction and interior finishing has been undertaken with vision, quality and craftsmanship in keeping with the original architecture.
Beauty more than skin deep.
Each property has a large individually designed Miele kitchen, with cream lacquer fascias and velvet oak panels. This mix of contemporary colours and finishes mixed with traditional elements, in this case the timber panels, reflects the design themes used in the development. Miele kitchen furniture and cooking appliances are used throughout, and in the separate utility area, a freestanding washing machine and tumble dryer are supplied.
|Developer / Architect||Persimmon Homes|
|Total Floor Area||11,650 m²|
|Residential units||68 luxury two bedroom apartments and three, four and six bedroom, three store town and family houses|
|Facilities||All properties have car parking, gas central heating, double glazing, en suite bathroom/s, a fully fitted Miele kitchen and appliances, ceramic flooring. The houses have a separate utility room, garage and a front and rear landscaped garden.|