Price £895,000 - New Instruction


  • Stunning Grade II listed four bedroomed home
  • Situated on the bank of the River Thames
  • Brimming with original appeal appeal
  • Beautifully presented throughout
  • Magnificent private grounds.
  • Within striking distance of Reading mainline station
  • Sympathetically refurbished and upgraded
  • A unique opportunity

Bridges are delighted to bring to the market this beautifully presented Grade II listed wing of a former Georgian farmhouse occupying magnificent private grounds with access to the River Thames, and situated in a select development within striking distance of Reading mainline station. This stunning home is brimming with character appeal including original working fireplaces, beamed ceilings and walls, and refurbished sash windows. The property has however been sympathetically refurbished and upgraded to a high and exacting specification with the kitchen/dining room a particular feature being of generous proportion and fitted by kitchen maker of high repute, Neptune. The bathrooms have also been recently fitted with luxuriously appointed contemporary suites. The bright spacious and well planned accommodation is arranged over three levels with most rooms rooms enjoying magnificent and far reaching views across the grounds with the River Thames beyond. Outside, the property is accessed via a private gated driveway affording parking for several vehicles. A super south facing sun terrace perfect for al fresco entertaining leads to well tended lawned areas skirted by established trees and offering a high degree of privacy. Beyond the garden is gorgeous stretch of meadowland on the banks of the Thames for the private use of the residents of Deans Farm and perfect for entertaining and for those keen on water activities. This is a truly rare opportunity to purchase an historic home in wonderful surroundings conveniently placed for London and Heathrow.

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