Magna Carta Park is a collection of beautifully designed houses and apartments nestled within 57 acres of woodland, greenery and gardens, with access to a host of luxury amenities. The Residences of Magna Carta Park have been thoughtfully designed by Julian Bicknell and showcase a timeless blend of classic and contemporary elegance. SeeCecil Beaton’s idyllic Reddish House is for sale - and it has an artistic heritage They have taken classically elegant architecture inspired from the 17th century to the present day, combined with all the exceptional standards of Royalton Residences who, since 1999, have created some of the finest private homes in England. The layout of each home has been arranged to provide residents with beautiful views overlooking the estate, that is surrounded by expanses of countryside and sweeping views over Windsor Castle and beyond. There’s varying houses on offer, including townhouses and apartments and features interior designed by celebrated designer Louise Bradley. The finish is exceptional, with beautiful neutral tones peppered with botanical prints, stylish soft furnishings and high-end modern fixtures and fittings. The kitchens are contemporary and inviting with modern finishes (think clean lines and metal pendant lights) while splashes of opulence are displayed elegantly in statement chandeliers in the living spaces and sweeping marble tiles in the bathrooms. See6 key bathroom trends for autumn 2020, according to Victoria + Albert Truly a place to experience life at its finest, residents have access to an extensive range of amenities, including three tennis courts, a golf practice facility, bespoke concierge, 24-hour security, spa, restaurant, bar, lounge, library and indoor swimming pool. Just 30 minutes from London it’s a private rural escape with the city in easy reach. Closer to home, there’s fashionable shopping in Windsor, to world-famous equestrian events at Guards Polo Club or Ascot: golf at Wentworth or Michelin-starred dining on the banks of the Thames. The estate overlooks the town of Windsor, anchored on the horizon by its spectacular castle. Originally built by William the Conqueror in the 11th century and a royal residence to this day, it is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. Homes start at £1,300,000 and are available via Savills. See some highlights of the interiors below:









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