McCarthy Stone - Augustus House RL Plus, GU25

Prices around £605,000

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Virginia Water is one of the most affluent Surrey towns – The picturesque town of Virginia Water appeals to those seeking a village atmosphere, stunning scenic pastimes and exquisite dining options. Located at the back of the conservation area, Augustus House boasts beautiful green views of The Bourne, easy access to the parade of shops and excellent transport connections for those wishing to travel further afield.

The development is ideally located, within walking distance to amenities including; a bank, convenience store, pharmacy, florist, hairdressers, wine merchant, drycleaners, public library and bistro. A Waitrose supermarket is 2.8 miles away and offers a convenient door-to-door delivery service, a coffee shop, laundry facility, flower garden and fresh food counters. Health facilities are also easily accessible, with a dentist and an NHS doctors practice within a stone's throw of the development.

Adjacent to the development is Virginia Water railway station, with regular direct services to London Waterloo, Reading and Clapham Junction. There is also a bus stop a few minutes away with routes through Thorpe, Egham and Staines.

Virginia Water is located on the outskirts of London, with Victoria Station less than an hour away by car. It's known for Virginia Water Lake in the nearby Windsor Great Park and was made famous as the setting for some of the Harry Potter and Robin Hood scenes. The circuit around the lake is approximately 4.5 miles and features a 100-foot totem pole, a little waterfall, an obelisk raised by George II, and part of a ruined city imported from North Africa.

The town also has a strong golfing connection – the local Wentworth Club features four golf courses, it is home to the PGA European Tour headquarters and the Ryder Cup was first played in Virginia Water. Golf aside, those seeking spa breaks or stately manor dining, can enjoy Great Fosters or Foxhills club and resort, both within a short distance from the development. The town is also a celebrity hotspot, with Sir Elton John, Cliff Richard and Bill Bryson all having lived here at some point.


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