All eyes have been fixed on the Thames-side town of Windsor following the highly-anticipated Royal Wedding, just over a month ago. The world’s largest and oldest inhabited castle dominates the skyline and the towns rich heritage and beautiful property contributes to its desirability. From period cottages to elegant Georgian houses, Victorian terraces and more modern apartments, the eclectic residential streets of Windsor are highly-sought after. Soon, Spitfire Bespoke Homes will be launching a brand-new development St Marks Row, on the location of the former Windsor fire station.
Comprising 14 new homes, the development will have a terrace of five townhouses fronting onto St Mark’s Road, providing the most sought-after feature in Windsor: private off-street parking. Nestled behind the houses and accessed through private gates, the apartments will offer eight high specification two-bedroom apartments and a stunning penthouse. All properties have been spaciously designed, with the townhouses and penthouse each benefiting from a study.
Replacing the out-dated 1950s fire station building that was demolished by the previous owner of the site, the scheme is carefully designed to blend sympathetically with its surroundings of predominantly Victorian and Edwardian residential streets. Reflecting the local architectural style, the new properties include traditional brick frontages and slate roofs, with detailing such as the windows and chimneys that are inspired by features of the Victorian architecture reworked in a contemporary style.
Richard Page, Sales & Marketing Director of Spitfire Bespoke Homes, comments: “Windsor is an extremely sought after and in demand location, thanks to its royal heritage, excellent schools, thriving town centre and commutability to London. It is no surprise there is strong demand for premium property in the town, with access to off-street parking. St Mark’s Row will benefit from being within easy walking distance of the town centre and each home offers private parking, setting them apart from the rest. We expect the homes will appeal to a range of buyers from families through to downsizers, so we urge potential buyers to get in contact as soon as possible, to avoid disappointment.”
Less than a five-minute walk from Windsor town centre and castle, the homes are well located to enjoy all the bustling town has to offer. For commuters, direct trains from Windsor serve London Paddington or Waterloo in less than an hour. The M4 and M25 are also nearby for further afield travel.
Prices start from £750,000 for apartments, from £1.25m for the penthouse and £1.3 for the townhouses. For further information on Spitfire Bespoke Homes, please visit www.spitfirepg.co.uk