Guide Price £675,000 - Under Offer

  • Grade II listed thatched cottage
  • Brimming with character appeal
  • Extensive 0.2 acre grounds
  • Superb three bedroom detached annex
  • Versatile options for usage
  • Substantial barn within the grounds
  • Within striking distance of Reading station
  • No chain
  • Moments from beautiful countryside

Bridges are delighted to bring to the market Cherry Tree Cottage, a quintessential grade II listed two bedroom thatched cottage dating back c400 years and having been occupied by our clients family for 65 years. Also within the 0.2 acre grounds is a superb bespoke built three bedroom log cabin annex offering very generous accommodation perfect for use as further living accommodation or maybe commercial use such as a retreat/studio. The cottage is brimming with character appeal including exposed beams to the walls and ceilings, iron latch key solid oak doors and several feature fireplaces. Whilst requiring upgrading as desired, this historic cottage offers the potential to create a gorgeous home. The annex is a particular feature benefiting from spacious and well planned accommodation including a 20ft living room/kitchen with integrated appliances. The bedrooms are a good size and the bathroom is well appointed. The extensive grounds are entered via a five bar gate giving access to a large parking area and a substantial detached barn with light and power. The formal gardens that surround the cottage are well tended and stocked with an abundance of shrubs, a magnolia tree and climbing roses. The annex is fronted by a well tended lawn and benefits from a private patio area. Cherry Tree Cottage is situated moments from beautiful South Oxfordshire countryside and several bridle paths leading to highly regarded gastro public houses. Caversham and Reading centres and Reading mainline station are within striking distance and there are two excellent golf courses in walking distance. An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this true rarity.

Council Tax
Reading Borough Council, Band E

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