Tory Hall Farm enjoys a rural setting in the highly regarded village of Maidens Green set within beautiful gardens and grounds. Located nearby is the well regarded gastro pub, The Winning Post (about 0.5 miles), and ample polo clubs for the equestrian enthusiast.
The village is supremely well situated for road communication from the M4 which provides access to Heathrow, Central London and the West Country and also links to the M25. Rail access is equally convenient with direct services to London Paddington or London Waterloo available from Windsor or Ascot.
A wide range of shopping and leisure facilities may be found at Windsor (about 4.5 miles), Sunningdale (about 6.8 miles), Ascot (about 4 miles) and Reading (about 15.6 miles). Sporting/recreational facilities in the region include polo at Guards Polo Club and Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club; golf at Wentworth, Sunningdale,The Berkshire & Swinley Forest golf clubs; racing at Ascot, Windsor, Kempton Park and Sandown Park; flying at White Waltham Airfield; walking and riding in Windsor Great Park; rowing at Maidenhead Rowing Club, Dorney Lake and Henley, home to the renowned Henley Regatta.
Extensive schooling in the area includes Lambrook, Eton College, St Mary’s and St. George’s in Ascot, Heathfield, Papplewick,The American Community School (which offers the International Baccalaureate) and Royal Holloway University.
Tory Hall Farm is believed to have been built by John Webb, a staunch conservative and butcher, on land that formed part of the Abbey of Abingdon and, at that time, was named Tory Hall.
It was later sold with an additional 64 acres in the 1940s and then became Tory Hall Farm.
The main house is an impressive country residence of period origin with later sympathetic additions combining to create an elegant family home. It benefits from a wonderful setting and the house has classic red brick elevations under a clay tiled roof. It is complemented by formal gardens to the front and landscaped gardens to the rear.
The property is accessed via electronically operated wrought iron gates, set between brick piers and opening onto a shingle driveway. Set within beautiful gardens and grounds, it is positioned to take advantage of the seclusion and privacy.
In addition to the main house, there is ancillary accommodation in the form of a stable annexe and a barn conversion.
Internally, the generously proportioned accommodation is arranged over two floors and many of the rooms are light and gracious with exceptional views over the beautifully maintained gardens. The numerous features of the house include oak wall panelling in the study, fireplaces, excellent ceiling heights, sash windows, detailed cornicing, decorative ceiling roses and concealed radiators.