A well extended, beautifully appointed three bedroom end terraced house, believed to have been built in 1948. The house is situated very close to the lovely Dorney Common, in a quiet residential crescent, within walking distance of the village shops, pubs and school. Eton Wick is on a bus route & close to Thameside walks. ONLY FTBs, CASH & UN-ENCUMBERED BUYERS please - no related property sales - thank you!
A current, dated A.I.P. or proof of funds is required before arranging a viewing! This is a mortgage offer or agreement in principle, sometimes also known as a mortgage or lending promise!
DIRECTIONS: Proceed out of Windsor on the A322 Relief Road heading towards Slough. After passing over the River Thames, take the slip road to the left (sign-posted Eton) and proceed to a roundabout. Take the second exit right towards Eton and follow the road into Eton where the College buildings will be clearly seen all around. At a set of traffic lights, turn right into Eton Wick Road (B3026). Continue along this road passing under two bridges into the village centre. Turn last right just before Dorney Common, immediately left, then right into Colenorton Crescent and No 24 will be found shortly on the right-hand side.
ROYAL BOROUGH OF WINDSOR & MAIDENHEAD: Council Tax Band 'D'
Sitting Room 12'11" x 12'5", Study 8'8" x 4'10", Main Bedroom 13'9" x 10'6".
Please note that all measurements are maximum/extreme. We estimate the external square feet of the house itself to be about 1130 or circa 105 Square metres.
Footpath access to Jubilee River & further north, over M4, to Asda Cippenham.
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.