Guide Price £945,000 - Sold

  • Extended 4 bedroom farmhouse in rural setting
  • Spacious accommodation
  • Much improvement including 2 en-suite bathrooms
  • Beautiful grounds of 0.2 Acre
  • Picturesque South Oxfordshire views
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • Retaining many Victorian features
  • Within striking distance of Caversham and Reading

An outstanding opportunity to acquire this extended four-bedroomed farmhouse in a rural setting, enjoying beautiful countryside views yet within striking distance of both Caversham and Reading centres. The property has undergone much improvement yet retains its original Victorian charm. The accommodation is spacious, and includes three reception rooms and en-suite bathrooms to two of the bedrooms. There is a detached garage and driveway parking, and the property is set within beautiful, well-maintained grounds of 0.2 Acre. No Chain.

A spacious reception hall gives access to the sitting room, the ground floor cloakroom, a storage cupboard and the utility room. The sitting room benefits from an open fireplace, gives access to a staircase rising to the first floor, and leads to the dining room, which leads in turn to the kitchen/breakfast room and garden room. The garden room enjoys a wood burning stove and is dual aspect, overlooking and with French doors to the rear. The kitchen/breakfast room overlooks the rear and has access outside via a useful utility room. The kitchen is fitted with range of hand-painted bespoke units with wooden work surfaces and a butler sink. The current owners have obtained formal confirmation from Reading Borough Council that a proposed orangery style extension to the kitchen and garden room would fall within the definition Permitted Development. For further detail please see Floor Plan.

Two of the four bedrooms benefit from en-suite bathrooms and, in addition, two also benefit from dressing rooms. A particular feature is bedroom one which enjoys a very large dressing room and also gives access to a large balcony benefiting from the stunning South Oxfordshire views.

To the front is a driveway providing parking for several vehicles and leading to the garage. The rear garden is a particular feature of the property measuring 0.2 Acre. A paved terrace leads to a well maintained lawn skirted by established trees and shrubs, with beautiful surrounding views.

Detached double length garage with window and courtesy door to the side.

Sitting room: 20'1' x 12'1'
Dining room: 12'1' x 10'10'
Kitchen/breakfast room: 20'3' x 8'5'
Garden room: 16'3' x 10'
Utility room: 10'2' x 8'3'
Bedroom one: 24'1' x 9'
Bedroom two: 12'1' x 11'11'
Bedroom three: 12'1' x 8'1'
Bedroom four: 11'11' x 8'5'

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Floor Plan
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