Tenure Share of freehold Description This bright and spacious 2 bedroom apartment is situated in the heart of beautiful, historic Eton with it's eclectic array of shops, bars, restaurants and plenty of green space. The apartment has been modernised by the current owner to offer a contemporary, open plan living/dining area which is flooded with light and fantastic for entertaining. Two large bedrooms offer comfortable living in this highly sought after area. With just under 1000 sqft, this apartment is the perfect town centre property for spacious, modern living. The sun trap courtyard garden has been lovingly cared for, with plenty of greenery, flowers and shrubs. Perfect for entertaining on long Summer evenings. Location The apartment is situated in the heart of historic Eton, a stones throw from the River Thames and close to Eton College. Local shops, bars and restaurants are all available in Eton High Street and plenty of further options just a short walk away over the Eton bridge in Windsor. Rail connections to London (Waterloo) are available from Windsor and Eton Riverside station and to London (Paddington), from Windsor Central station, via Slough. Both Junctions 5 and 6 of the M4 are within easy reach and provide access to the M25, M40 and Heathrow Airport. Directions From Junction 6 of the M4 proceed to the roundabout and take the exit signposted Windsor onto the A322 Windsor Relief Road. Continue to the roundabout at the end and take the fifth exit effectively doubling back onto the Relief Road (signposted to the M4). Continue through the traffic lights and take the first exit signposted to Eton and Slough. At the roundabout take the second exit (towards Eton), continue straight across a mini roundabout and follow the Slough Road which eventually becomes the High Street, passing Eton College. Towards the end of this road follows round the one way system and Turks Head Court can be found on your right hand side.
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