With an attractive façade featuring white painted elevations, sash windows and two distinctive bay windows, Nut Tree Cottage offers up-to-date interior design, with light and airy rooms and neutral décor. Wood floor covering features across much of the accommodation providing practicality and a pleasing sense of uniformity, with the reception area comprising adjoining sitting and dining spaces where a wood-burning stove offers a warming ambience. The light-filled kitchen has French doors to the garden and is fitted with sleek, white cabinetry, with integrated appliances and a breakfast unit. A boot room and an adjacent cloakroom complete the ground floor facilities.
Step level changes across the first floor landing create interest, with the accommodation comprising three bedrooms (1 currently being used as an office) and a stylish, shower room with glazed doors to a Juliette balcony. The principal bedroom has the advantage of spacious en suite facilities with smart, contemporary fittings.
The property is conveniently situated within striking distance of Ascot High Street with its selection of shops catering for day-to-day needs, restaurants and cafes. Further more extensive range of shopping and leisure facilities are available in Windsor, Camberley, Bracknell and Guildford.
Road connections are excellent with easy access to the M3 (J3), M25 (J13) and M4 (J6) motorways, and for commuters, rail services to London (Waterloo) are available from Ascot and also from Sunningdale station.
There are prestigious golf clubs in the area including Wentworth, Sunningdale, The Berkshire and Swinley Forest, and horse racing may be enjoyed at Ascot Racecourse and at Windsor. The picturesque Virginia Water Lake, Windsor Great Park, and Chobham Common provide opportunities for walking and cycling.
Educational facilities in the area are excellent for children of all age groups. Schools include Eton College, Royal Holloway, St. Mary’s School, Coworth Park, Heathfield, St. George’s, Papplewick, and The American Community School and TASIS in Egham.
To the front, a paved terrace offers opportunities for outdoor dining and relaxation whilst enjoying the south-westerly aspect. Planted with a selection of mature shrubs and perennial plants, a rockery garden borders the terrace, and a series of paved steps lead down alongside an area of lawn. Tall evergreen hedging forms the boundary on the opposite side offering a degree of privacy, and a timber archway marks the entrance to a further grassed section of the garden where mature conifers provide enclosure. An additional walled area of garden to the rear can be accessed from the boot room and the kitchen and provides a secluded seating spot. A length of driveway from the lane provides access to the property and to the garage parking.