Its location provides a truly rural feel, whilst providing all the benefits of living in a lively village community.
The property is well placed to take advantage of the surrounding countryside, with a large network of public footpaths and bridleways being on the propertys doorstep. The region also has excellent transport infrastructure, with both Junction 12 of the M4 and Theale mainline station being just a few minutes drive away. The station has direct services to Paddington and is strategically positioned to connect with Crossrail. The property is within walking distance of the local pub & restaurant and recreation park.
Dating from the early 1900s, the house has been comprehensively improved and extended and is a fine example of a village home. The property is truly unique thanks to the tower extension that houses the propertys staircase, leading up to a spacious second-floor bedroom.
Entering the property via a lobby, the large entrance hall provides an immediate feeling of space, from which, the ground floor accommodation flows naturally. The dual aspect living room enjoys views of, and provides access to, the large front garden and fields beyond. A stone fireplace could house a wood burning stove or be returned to an open fire. The dining room is also accessed from the hallway and in turn leads both to an attractive conservatory and a triple aspect kitchen. Granite worktops, Villeroy & Boch sink and Bosch appliances enhance the kitchen and are included. There is also a downstairs cloakroom.
On the first floor there are three good-sized bedrooms, the master benefiting from an en-suite that features a stunning shower/steam facility. There is a family bathroom that contains a sunken spa bath and dimmable spotlights. The second floor bedroom is a generous size and could easily be enhanced to include an en-suite shower room. The three larger bedrooms all enjoy far reaching views across the fields to the Bluebell wood.
Outside, the garden has 2 complementary aspects. The main garden, laid to lawn and hosting a variety of shrubs, is to the front of the house facing south-west and takes full advantage of the views over the surrounding fields.
By contrast, the side and rear garden have a contemporary feel and provide a calm and secluded space to enjoy al fresco dining in the summer, benefiting from plenty of sunshine. Bamboo and evergreen plants create an all-year-round backdrop to the terrace and lawn.
The shingle driveway can accommodate a number of cars whilst the one-and-a-half length garage/workshop benefits from power and lighting.
This property represents a truly unique home that needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.