The property is located on the much sought after North Street, a peaceful country lane on the periphery of Theale village. Theale village, with its bustling high street and mainline station serving London Paddington and Crossrail (2109) is a short drive and is walkable. Junction 12 of the M4 is a five minute drive.
Built in the 1870s the property has been in the same family ownership since the early 1900s and has been well loved and cared for during this time.
The property is currently coming towards the end of a comprehensive refurbishment project that has utilised a number of master craftsmen and, once finished, will result in a home finished to a high standard. Work done is too numerous to mention but includes a full electrical re wire and consumer unit and complete lime re plastering throughout. (A full list of work done can be obtained from the office)
The property offers two points of entry, front and rear. Entering at the front via an engineered oak door into the living room accommodation is in keeping with the character of the property and flows well from room to room. The Living room benefits from engineered oak flooring a Stovax wood burner, cast iron radiators and dimmable LED downlights the living room provides access to the kitchen via a barn style sliding door.
The kitchen benefits from a bespoke handmade kitchen with Birch carcases, shaker style doors and Oak and granite work surfaces. The floor is Dijon tumbled limestone with underfloor heating. There is also a downstairs bathroom that again benefits from Dijon tumbled limestone flooring with underfloor heating and contains a wall hung toilet and a Bette steel shower bath with rain shower head. The property also benefits from a wooden glazed lean to.
On the first floor and accessed via a solid oak staircase with oak spindles and handrail are two bedrooms. The front bedroom benefits from a cast iron feature fireplace, a cast iron radiator and downlights.
Outside and to the front there is a shingled drive enclose by a picket fence that can accommodate 2 cars, whilst to the rear there is an enclosed garden that has been recently turfed and fenced with close board fence panels.
The property could be extended both out to the rear and up if desired and subject to the usual planning constraints. It is offered to the market with no onward chain and is an excellent example of a renovated and refurbished character cottage in a much sought after location.