5 Bedroom Barn Conversion Character Property for sale in Lake End Road, Dorney

5 Bedroom Barn Conversion Character Property - £1,150,000

Lake End Road, Dorney

First listed on: 27th July 2021

Nearest stations: Taplow (1.2 mi)Burnham (Buckinghamshire) (1.2 mi)Maidenhead (2.6 mi)Windsor and Eton Riverside (2.9 mi)Windsor and Eton Central (2.9 mi)

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Property Features

  • Ultra High Specification Barn Conversion
  • Stunning Master Suite
  • 5 Double Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Self Contained Office On Plot

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

A Rare Chance To Acquire A Slice Of Heaven In Rural Windsor. This Spectacular Former Oak Barn Was Converted In 2007 And Vastly Extended In 2016. With Five Double Bedrooms And Four Bathrooms, Including Two En-suites, This Property Is A Fantastic Family Home Finished To The Highest Specification. There Sits A Stunning Kitchen Rooted In The Open Plan Living Space, With Countless Nods To The Oak Barn That Used To Stand In Its Place, Featuring The Original Oak Beam Structure And The Original Exterior Brick Wall. Five Well-Proportioned Bedrooms, Each With Their Unique Brand Of Modern Classic-Ness, Including An Exquisite Master Suite, Featuring A Glazed Gable End, Looking Out Over Fields To Windsor Castle, Are Space Well Throughout The Family Home. The Property Also Has Commercial Potential Due To Its Unique Position Down A No Through Lane And Generous Plot Size Including A Gated Driveway That Can Comfortably Fit 10-15 Cars. The Plot Includes Wrap Around Gardens, An Extensive CCTV And Alarm System As Well As A Self-Contained Office Lodge In The Grounds. In Order To Book A Viewing Appointment, Please Call Us On 01628 666666.


As you walk into this impressive entrance hall, you are met with double height ceilings adorn in striking oak timber beams. As your eyes meet the space in front of you, the property’s classical features are met with a modern open plan living and dining area flowing into the kitchen. The flooring is classic, heated, stone tiles for the entrance hall and hard oak for the living space. The ideally placed glazing is an insight into the property’s past as an old oak barn, allowing light to come flooding in from all aspects.

To the left, you will find a remarkable oak staircase, bedroom five and the downstairs wet room. The bedroom is large enough for a double bed, has hard oak flooring, a double glazed window and is heated via a gas radiator. Adjacent is the wet room, a fully tiled shower room also featuring a toilet and sink as well as a chrome plated heated towel rail.

To the right, a large dining area, with classical radiators, front aspect window, LED spotlights and enough space for a ten seated table. This space flows effortlessly into the open, yet cosy, living room, featuring a beautiful gas fireplace in the centre pillar and two further windows to the rear. There is plenty of room to entertain guests in this section of the house, all stemming from the hub-of-the-home, stunning kitchen that separates, but does not divide, the new part of the property from the older part.

The kitchen is the epitome of luxury modern living. You’ll find your eyes fixed on the 15cm thick granite slab covering the island, housing the Neff 4 ring induction hob. As you feel the heated Italian porcelain flooring underfoot, you are drawn to the sleek contrasting units, hiding an array of integrated Neff appliances including dishwasher and washer/dryer. The sink under the window is fitted with a Quaker boiling water tap and there is space for a large American style fridge freezer to be nestled between the quality soft closing units. For the chefs, there is double Neff ovens and an array of wall and base mounted units, finished to an impeccable standard.

As you go through the kitchen, another large reception area is flooded with natural light via bi-folding doors leading to the patio. As per the rest of the property, LED spotlights and downlighting provide warmth afterhours. From here, there is access to bedroom four and a private staircase leading to the master suite.

Bedroom four is a haven and offers its occupier tranquillity with soft carpets and LED lighting, the bedroom is suitable for perhaps a more independent resident, with access to a terraced patio via a large glazed door and a modern grey stone tiled Ensuite shower room. The Ensuite consists of a low-level toilet, hand wash basin and walk in shower with natural light and ventilation via a frosted window.
The master suite is reminiscent of a countryside penthouse. Situated in the extension and rather separated from the rest of the house, this slice of heaven features a gable end of floor to ceiling glass, which opens up onto a Juliette balcony with unobstructed views over fields, right the way to Windsor castle. The royal residence can be see day or night, standing proudly over the countryside and lit up in the darkness. To the viewer, the property feels very much excluded from the stresses of modern life, surrounded by fields and meadows, this property has real private and exclusive ambiance.

Back up the staircase from the entrance hall, you find yourself on a mezzanine landing with three rustic wooden doors overlooking the living area downstairs; again, natural light fills the space via a skylight. To the left you have bedroom two, a spacious room with carpets and oak features. The light comes from an extrusive window to the front aspect. In the middle of the landing, you can enter a four piece family bathroom, consisting of low level toilet, hand wash basin, walk in shower and bathtub. There is also a large storage cupboard containing a relatively new (2016) Worcester Bosch combi boiler and Megaflow system.

Further down the hallway, you will find bedroom three. Equally large and equally as impressive as bedroom two. This bedroom features an extra window to the side aspect and handcrafted oak fitted wardrobes, again reminiscent of the property’s past life. It is carpeted and heated via a gas radiator and is lit via LED spotlights.

The grounds are equally as impressive as the internals, a large gravel driveway via a gated entrance has space to either landscape or to use for commercial purposes, with parking for over 15 cars currently possible. There is a hand built, oak wood garage, connected with electricity and large wooden storage shed to the front of the plot. To the rear of the plot, there is a lawn area and a self-contained office, which is connected with water and electricity. The house is wrapped by a beautifully designed grey stone patio and has outside sockets and down lighting. The whole property is covered by CCTV and a state of the art alarm system.
A Rare Chance To Acquire A Slice Of Heaven In Rural Windsor. This Spectacular Former Oak Barn Was Converted In 2007 And Vastly Extended In 2016. With Five Double Bedrooms And Four Bathrooms, Including Two En-suites, This Property Is A Fantastic Family Home Finished To The Highest Specification. There Sits A Stunning Kitchen Rooted In The Open Plan Living Space, With Countless Nods To The Oak Barn That Used To Stand In Its Place, Featuring The Original Oak Beam Structure And The Original Exterior Brick Wall. Five Well-Proportioned Bedrooms, Each With Their Unique Brand Of Modern Classic-Ness, Including An Exquisite Master Suite, Featuring A Glazed Gable End, Looking Out Over Fields To Windsor Castle, Are Space Well Throughout The Family Home. The Property Also Has Commercial Potential Due To Its Unique Position Down A No Through Lane And Generous Plot Size Including A Gated Driveway That Can Comfortably Fit 10-15 Cars. The Plot Includes Wrap Around Gardens, An Extensive CCTV And Alarm System As Well As A Self-Contained Office Lodge In The Grounds. In Order To Book A Viewing Appointment, Please Call Us On 01628 666666.


As you walk into this impressive entrance hall, you are met with double height ceilings adorn in striking oak timber beams. As your eyes meet the space in front of you, the property’s classical features are met with a modern open plan living and dining area flowing into the kitchen. The flooring is classic, heated, stone tiles for the entrance hall and hard oak for the living space. The ideally placed glazing is an insight into the property’s past as an old oak barn, allowing light to come flooding in from all aspects.

To the left, you will find a remarkable oak staircase, bedroom five and the downstairs wet room. The bedroom is large enough for a double bed, has hard oak flooring, a double glazed window and is heated via a gas radiator. Adjacent is the wet room, a fully tiled shower room also featuring a toilet and sink as well as a chrome plated heated towel rail.

To the right, a large dining area, with classical radiators, front aspect window, LED spotlights and enough space for a ten seated table. This space flows effortlessly into the open, yet cosy, living room, featuring a beautiful gas fireplace in the centre pillar and two further windows to the rear. There is plenty of room to entertain guests in this section of the house, all stemming from the hub-of-the-home, stunning kitchen that separates, but does not divide, the new part of the property from the older part.

The kitchen is the epitome of luxury modern living. You’ll find your eyes fixed on the 15cm thick granite slab covering the island, housing the Neff 4 ring induction hob. As you feel the heated Italian porcelain flooring underfoot, you are drawn to the sleek contrasting units, hiding an array of integrated Neff appliances including dishwasher and washer/dryer. The sink under the window is fitted with a Quaker boiling water tap and there is space for a large American style fridge freezer to be nestled between the quality soft closing units. For the chefs, there is double Neff ovens and an array of wall and base mounted units, finished to an impeccable standard.

As you go through the kitchen, another large reception area is flooded with natural light via bi-folding doors leading to the patio. As per the rest of the property, LED spotlights and downlighting provide warmth afterhours. From here, there is access to bedroom four and a private staircase leading to the master suite.

Bedroom four is a haven and offers its occupier tranquillity with soft carpets and LED lighting, the bedroom is suitable for perhaps a more independent resident, with access to a terraced patio via a large glazed door and a modern grey stone tiled Ensuite shower room. The Ensuite consists of a low-level toilet, hand wash basin and walk in shower with natural light and ventilation via a frosted window.
The master suite is reminiscent of a countryside penthouse. Situated in the extension and rather separated from the rest of the house, this slice of heaven features a gable end of floor to ceiling glass, which opens up onto a Juliette balcony with unobstructed views over fields, right the way to Windsor castle. The royal residence can be see day or night, standing proudly over the countryside and lit up in the darkness. To the viewer, the property feels very much excluded from the stresses of modern life, surrounded by fields and meadows, this property has real private and exclusive ambiance.

Back up the staircase from the entrance hall, you find yourself on a mezzanine landing with three rustic wooden doors overlooking the living area downstairs; again, natural light fills the space via a skylight. To the left you have bedroom two, a spacious room with carpets and oak features. The light comes from an extrusive window to the front aspect. In the middle of the landing, you can enter a four piece family bathroom, consisting of low level toilet, hand wash basin, walk in shower and bathtub. There is also a large storage cupboard containing a relatively new (2016) Worcester Bosch combi boiler and Megaflow system.

Further down the hallway, you will find bedroom three. Equally large and equally as impressive as bedroom two. This bedroom features an extra window to the side aspect and handcrafted oak fitted wardrobes, again reminiscent of the property’s past life. It is carpeted and heated via a gas radiator and is lit via LED spotlights.

The grounds are equally as impressive as the internals, a large gravel driveway via a gated entrance has space to either landscape or to use for commercial purposes, with parking for over 15 cars currently possible. There is a hand built, oak wood garage, connected with electricity and large wooden storage shed to the front of the plot. To the rear of the plot, there is a lawn area and a self-contained office, which is connected with water and electricity. The house is wrapped by a beautifully designed grey stone patio and has outside sockets and down lighting. The whole property is covered by CCTV and a state of the art alarm system.
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