Bathrooms in Virginia Water
Sanctuary Kitchens and Bathrooms Surrey have recently designed and specified a large development including four bathrooms in Virginia Water featuring walk-in showers, wall mounted toilets and wall hung basins.
The Master Ensuite bathroom included a feature doubled ended bath with wall mounted bath taps. A large double basin in one piece ceramic worked well with its complementary statement vanity unit.
This project in Virginia Water was a development which, on completion, was to be let on a long term corporate basis so the bathroom design needed to be very functional as well as aesthetically pleasing.
The area has many large detached properties which lend themselves to multiple bathrooms, this provides our clients with an opportunity to give each bathroom its own character or ensure that all bathrooms flow with the look and feel of the interior of the property our clients are aiming to achieve.
The village of Virginia Water in Surrey is named after the local Virginia Water Lake which is part of the Royal Landscape in Windsor Great Park. Virginia Water is within the borough of Runneymede in Surrey and borders Thorpe Village, Egham, Old Windsor, Sunninghill and Ascot.
Virginia Water Lake in Surrey is thought to be named after Elizabeth I, the “Virgin Queen”. The lake was drained during the Second World War to prevent it providing guidance to Windsor and other important military targets by night to the enemy. More recently the lake at Virginia Water has been utilised as the scenes in both Harry Potter and Robin Hood.
The area of Virginia Water, Surrey, is often also associated with the Wentworth Estate which held the first Ryder Cup with its four world renowned golf courses, annually the courses at Wentworth are headquarters to the PGA tour. The estate has been home to many famous residents over the years including Nick Faldo, Sarah, Duchess of York, Russ Abbott, Cliff Richard and Bruce Forsyth.
The village of Virginia Water is a commuter’s dream for Surrey as it’s just 8 miles from London Heathrow Airport and a short distance from both the M25, M3 and M4. The Virginia Water train station is very central to the village and the line to Waterloo goes through Staines, Richmond and Clapham Junction allowing great connections to all parts of London from this area of Surrey.
If you are planning a new bathroom in Virginia Water, contact us today on 01932 255465 to book an appointment with one of our designers.