Price £499,995 - Available


  • Cottage in heart of viillage
  • Large open plan living area
  • Period features throughout
  • Easy links to M4 and M40
  • Two large double bedrooms
  • South-Facing garden & conservatory
  • Five minutes from river
  • Within striking distance of Twyford Railway Station

Situated in this charming riverside village is this character packed two bedroomed, end of terrace cottage. Built in 1750 as the stables for The Bull Inn, it was then the local shop hence its name. It retains original features including beams and fireplaces. The large open-plan living area has an inglenook fireplace featuring a wood burning stove and large cupboards offer plenty of storage. Glass French doors lead to a modern kitchen with a Belfast sink, under floor heating and integrated appliances. An enlarged open doorway leads to a conservatory with under floor heating that the present owner is using as a dining room. French doors lead to an enclosed south-facing patio garden. The stairs lead directly to a large double bedroom with sloping ceilings and dual aspect windows. The generous bathroom has a white suite; towel rail and velux window. The second double bedroom is south-facing and overlooks the garden. The upstairs landing is of a generous size and large enough for furniture.
Sonning offers scope for fine or casual dining, a general store, tea room, theatre and riverside walks, easy links to the M4 and M40 and rail links from Reading and Twyford.


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