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3 Bedroom detached house Dale Lodge Road, Sunningdale £575,000

A well presented 3 bedroom detached family home in this sought after location within Charters school catchment area

A fabulous opportunity to acquire a well presented presented 3 bedroom detached house in this much sought after location within the Charters school catchment area. The property boasts many delightful features some of which include a lovely sunny Conservatory, work from home office or studio plus scope to extend subject to the usual planning permissions etc.

Playing with the children in the conservatory or sitting outside in the sunshine on the terrace, the current owners of the house on Dale Lodge Road have very fond memories of their time there. "This was the first house we moved to when we left London; we lived there for five years in total," one of them recalls. "It was a lovely, cosy home on a quiet street, where the children could play safely, and where we were not overlooked at the back. We had a one-year-old when arrived at the house and another child born soon after; it was very much a house for us to grow into." Sh can still remember the very first time she visited the property. "It had a really nice atmosphere - I fell in love with the way it felt immediately." FAMILY SPACE Set in the sought-after area of Sunningdale, within the catchment area for Charters School, the property offers the bright, airy living space typical of homes dating back to the 1970s. It is set back from the road, with a driveway providing off-street parking for up to two vehicles and opens into a light entrance hall. From there, the main reception space includes a formal drawing room, family or dining area and then a conservatory. There is access into the kitchen from the living space. "The space downstairs always worked well for us - we tended to use the conservatory as a playroom for the children, which was ideal as we could watch them from the kitchen while they were playing." OUTSIDE LIVING Three family bedrooms, a bathroom and a cloakroom are situated on the first floor. "There is also another room that we created in the former garage," she explains. "We used this as an office, but it could be anything you want it to be - a teenagers' den, a studio or a gym." When the weather was warm, the family spent much of their time out in the garden. "In the summer, we often kept the door open, so everyone could wander in and out." "We had a paved terrace where we could sit out in the sunshine, as well as a decked area at the other end of the garden. It was always a very peaceful place to sit and relax." LOOKING AHEAD Work was carried out by the couple when they first moved into the house: wooden floors were laid and rooms were decorated. Now, subject to the relevant planning permissions, there could be scope to extend the property. Planning permission has been granted in the past for the creation of a larger family kitchen downstairs and a new bedroom and en suite bathroom upstairs. "We also considered the possibility of reconfiguring the ground floor space to open the kitchen up to create a much larger kitchen, dining and family area," she adds. "There are certainly possibilities for enhancing this house."
The bright, detached house on Dale Lodge Road is an outstanding family home in a sought-after yet quiet location, which is popular for its schools
Dale Lodge Road was everything they hoped it would be in terms of convenience."It was great because we could walk the children to pre-school and school very easily, as well as to the park. You can also get to the train station in 20 minutes on foot, which makes it ideal for commuting." They enjoyed the good access the location gave them to Windsor, as well as to Bracknell with its new Lexicon shopping centre. "Then, in the village itself, there are lots of activities for children and adults to take part in."
From the house it is possible to walk to Broomhall Park, with its tennis courts, toddler area, playground, refreshment chalet and open grassed area. "We also used to go to Chobham Common a lot," she recalls. This common is the largest National Nature Reserve in the south-east of England and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). It is popular with walkers and horse-riders. "This is a lovely place to live," she says. "We moved out here from a flat in a converted Victorian house on a busy London street, with no parking, and I remember just enjoying the sense of space we had here and the fact it was just such a peaceful place."
Head east on High Street/A329 towards Course Road, At the roundabout, continue straight onto London Road/A329, At the roundabout, continue straight to stay on London Road/A329, Turn right onto Whitmore Lane, Turn Right onto Dale Lodge Road.

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