Off the colourful high street of Eton, close to Windsor & Eton Bridge and The Brocas. Ideal for Riverside station! Two bedroom terrace requiring improving with plenty of potential to create a fabulous home. Viewing can be accommodated at short notice!
The accommodation: Entrance Hall with stairs leading to the first floor, through lounge/dining room with doors to outside, kitchen breakfast room, upstairs bathroom, two bedrooms, gas fired central heating, rear garden, terrace with rear access. *Residents parking by application, with small admin cost.
Council Tax Band D.
Through Sitting Room
Kitchen Breakfast room
First floor Bathroom
Gas Central Heating
South Easterly Rear Garden, with rear access
Sought after location
Residents permit parking*
Leyton-Smith & Moseley cannot vouch for the accuracy of the floorplan & please assume all measurements are maximum.
N.B. (1) Leyton-Smith & Moseley for themselves and for the vendor of this property whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars do not constitute, nor constitute any part of, an offer or a contract. (2) These particulars have been prepared as a general guide and for clarification Leyton-Smith & Moseley wish to inform prospective purchasers that they have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings. (3) Room measurements should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings. (4) These particulars are issued on the understanding that any negotiations respecting the property referred to will be conducted through Leyton-Smith & Moseley.
Heritage Category: Listed Building
List Entry Number: 1245888
Date first listed: 08-Dec-1997
Date of most recent amendment: 10-Nov-1998
Statutory Address: 35-42, TANGIER LANE
District: Windsor and Maidenhead (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference: SU9676177576
SU 9677 NE 851/1/10007 08.12.1997
Terrace of eight houses. Circa 1860s. Built by J.D.M. Pearce, a Maidenhead builder. Massed concrete. Slate roof with hipped ends and concrete coping to party walls. Concrete axial stacks. Terrace of houses in Italianate style. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys. 8-window NW front, with moulded cornice and stringcourse at first floor level. Ground floor: paired round-arch doorways with imposts, keyblock and panelled doors; window to right or left with panelled architrave and console brackets to string that breaks forward above.. First floor windows with eared architraves and small console brackets to cills. Sash windows with margin panes [Nos.35,36, 38 and 39 replaced with plastic windows]. Nos.35 and 39 have C19 panelled doors. At rear each house has an integral 2-storey outshut. INTERIORS not inspected. NOTE: The builder of these houses, J.M.D. Pearce, was known as the Concrete King'. The walls, floors and stacks are built of massed concrete; the concrete was poured into moveable shutters. SOURCE: Buildings of England, p.320.
Listing NGR: SU9676177576
The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.
Legacy System number: 468115
Legacy System: LBS
Books and journals
Pevsner, N, The Buildings of England: Berkshire, (1966), 320
This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest." - from historicengland.org.uk