Dating back to 1580, The Old Farm is a stunning example of an Elizabethan country house that has been sympathetically renovated to provide a stunning interior that successfully combines features of the period with the luxuries of modern-day living.
The accommodation throughout is generous and offers huge flexibility. Of particular note are the beautiful triple aspect drawing room, country style kitchen enjoying a dual aspect with tall arched window and part vaulted beamed ceilings, dual aspect dining room with stone fireplace and the Library overlooking the gardens to the front. The are many other rooms on the ground floor which could be used for a variety of purposes.
On the first floor, there is a charming master bedroom with a dressing room and ensuite, guest suite, four further bedrooms, shower room and spacious family bathroom.
There is further accommodation in the converted stable block which comprises a one-bedroom guest flat and a superb Golf room complete with vaulted ceiling, working stone fireplace, drinks bar, wine cooler and access to a wine store. There are a further 3 storerooms
The property is approached via electrically operated double gates opening onto a sweeping gravel driveway, flanked by areas of lawn and inset ornamental rose beds and leading to a large parking area and the garaging within the former stable block. The formal gardens to the front are principally laid to lawn and feature a central parterre style garden enclosed by clipped box hedging with small timber gates inset at quarterly intervals. The pretty gardens enjoy a high degree of seclusion and privacy and are stocked with a wide variety of flowering plants, shrubs and mature trees including yew, conifers, oak, apple and weeping willow.
The gardens to the rear are an absolute delight and have been maintained to the highest of standards with a wonderful array of shrubs and plants.
To the eastern side of the property, there is an all-weather tennis court and to the west a stable block.
Continuing through the carriage archway there is a swimming pool and summerhouse which leads onto the tee bay and golfing green.
Winkfield is a charming rural village 5.9 miles to Windsor and 4.4 miles of the North of Ascot. Windsor offers regular train services to Paddington and Waterloo and Ascot goes directly to Waterloo. Shopping facilities are excellent with a variety of supermarkets, high street fashion boutiques and malls. Junctions 6 and 8 of the M4 are about 7 miles away and provide good access to central London, the West Country and Heathrow, which is about 14 miles away. Exceptional schools in the area include St. Mary's School, Heathfield, St. George's, Eton College, Wellington College, Lambrook Prep School, Hall Grove, Papplewick, The acs International and tasis. Recreational facilities across the area include horse racing at Ascot and polo at The Guards Club, health and tennis clubs, leisure centres, cinemas, theatres and even a dry ski slope. With both the River Thames and Windsor Great Park not far way there are miles of beautiful country walks as well.