Situated in a highly regarded road in an exclusive residential area, this Suffolk longhouse-style property has all the benefits of a period house with none of the pitfalls. It offers spacious and versatile living space enhanced by high ceilings, and presents an ideal opportunity for those seeking a property of immense character. Internally, the accommodation boasts many features, complemented by well-considered modern additions such as the extensively fitted kitchen, blending to create a mix of elegance and style.
The house was built in 1990 using ancient timbers from Windsor Great Park and of particular note is the reclaimed church door at the entrance.
Situated on the ground floor is the generously proportioned drawing room with an adjoining study, a dining room with bay window, and the multi-functional kitchen/breakfast/family room with a comprehensively fitted kitchen area and a walk-in larder/pantry. There is also a utility room and a cloakroom. Connected to the house via a walkway is a separate annexe playing host to an air-conditioned office/gym and a garden room, with a studio above.
The first floor accommodation is arranged to provide a principal suite comprising a spacious triple-aspect bedroom, dressing room and bathroom, two further en suite bedrooms, and two additional bedrooms with access to a Jack and Jill bathroom.
It is worth noting that Audley Homes development will offer club membership to non-residents which means they can enjoy its dining and sports facilities, including a swimming pool, and access to parkland which is within striking distance of Hamilton House.
Larch Avenue forms the boundary line between Sunninghill and Sunningdale, both of which have a wide range of facilities and services for day-to-day needs, along with a train station at Sunningdale. The property is also conveniently located for the bustling Ascot High Street with its selection of shops cafes and restaurants.
Transport links are excellent with rail services to London (Waterloo via Richmond and Clapham Junction) from Sunningdale and Ascot or Reading, and the M3 accessible via Junction 3, in turn linking with the M25.
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. Polo is available at The Guards Polo Club at Smith's Lawn, Windsor Great Park and at The Royal Berkshire Polo club. 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, The American Community School and TASIS in Egham. Hamilton House is in the catchment area of the sought-after Charters School, a coeducational state school with Academy status and an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ rating.
The property is approached via electrically operated gates, opening onto a spacious driveway that provides ample parking and leads to the double garage. The landscaped gardens are a particular highlight and are principally laid to lawn with a paved terrace providing excellent al fresco dining and entertaining opportunities. There are well-stocked beds and borders, and an array of well-established plants, shrubs and trees.