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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Church Gate, Lower Way, Thatcham, Berkshire, RG19
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Reception Rooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Detached House
- New Development
- 2000 Approx Sq ft
Tenure: FreeholdDrawing room
The enticing drawing room presents your family with a palliative haven in which to rest and relax. The room's sophistication is complimented by its tasteful limestone fire place- the fundamental ingredient for your winter
time respite. The room is completed by its French doors opening out on to the rear garden- ideal for summer time enjoyment.
Kitchen & Dining area
Your home features a fully fitted kitchen and utility room, complete with luxurious granite work surfaces and German "Hacker" units. You'll enjoy your morning orange juice in the connecting breakfast area. The separate dining room will be the venue of many a dinner party with your friends and loved ones, with its overriding feature being the French doors which connects the room to your garden.
The second floor comprises of 4 magnificent double bedrooms, two of which feature generous en-suite bathrooms.
The primary bathroom is finished with Roca sanitary ware and bath with a separate shower. In addition to the 2 en-suite bathrooms, a separate WC is also located on the ground floor.
The study located at the front of your property will provide you with the perfect setting in which to draft that letter or to listen to that album.
Garden & Driveway
Your westerly facing garden presents you with a rustic expanse in which to sunbathe, barbecue, play, read and chat with friends over a bottle or two. Your home comes complete with a large double garage.
Church Gate represents an exclusive new development brought to you by Hygrove Holdings. Our project consists of four beautifully crafted detached executive homes, spaciously positioned within the grounds of the Grade II listed building, Church Gate House, Thatcham, West Berkshire.
Our homes have been traditionally styled to emphasise the grandeur of the surrounding location's rich architectural heritage whilst ensuring that close attention has been paid to every possible contemporary detail to make certain that your house will provide the definitive homestead for you and your family.
The development's key location will allow you to utilise the very best attributes of a country living lifestyle whilst enabling you to take full advantage of all the amenities available in the nearby towns of Newbury and Hungerford.
Easy access is also available to both the M4 Motorway and the London to Bristol railway network, helping you
to keep in touch with city life as and when you desire.
Situated 3 miles from Newbury and 15 miles west of Reading, the town of Thatcham covers 8.75 square miles. Church Gate is conveniently situated
within walking distance of both St Mary's Church and Thatcham town centre. Thatcham's idyllic landscapes offer some of the most picturesque nature trails in England, navigating areas that play host to many of Britain's most intriguing plant and wildlife species.
The ancient town of Thatcham is steeped in historyit is recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in England with the first known human presence in the area occurring around ten thousand years ago. A large village was established in the Thatcham area by the Romans at the time of their occupation during the second or third century AD , with many remnants of their presence being discovered following a series
of excavations carried out in the locality some 50 years ago Thatcham would later become a hub of Medieval prosperity, peaking during the early 14th century when it featured a thriving community and a vibrant market place.In the 20th Century, Thatcham cemented its place in British military history by producing three holders of the Victoria Cross, two of whom were brothers.
St. Mary's Church
The parish church of St. Mary's is located within walking distance of Church Gate. Rebuilt in 1857, the church building retains features from its earlier structure including the Norman south doorway and the picturesque15th century tower.
Thatcham has received generous reinvestment during the past two decades in order to facilitate its growing popularity. As a result, the town offers a range of convenient national chain stores including two supermarkets in the town centre and smaller independent retail outlets positioned in the nearby arcades. The town also boasts a variety of modern sporting and recreational facilities including the Nature Discovery Centre at Thatcham Lake, helping to preserve the town's character and integrity. The wider Thatcham area plays host to a community hospital, library, Post office, both dentist and doctors surgeries and a local police station, offering you all the necessities of a large town within the confines of a peaceful rural setting. Further afield, Newbury has seen the arrival of the new 'Parkway' regeneration scheme, providing the area with stylish shopping and leisure facilities along with cosmopolitan cafes and restaurants. These enhancements will add to an area already famed for its starring role in the horse racing industry- a day at Newbury races is certainly not one to be missed!
The Thatcham area caters for a vast range of quality schooling options including pre and primary schools, independent private and secondary schools. Elstree School and Downe House School provide excellent examples of the area's private school options, while Kennet School, which became an Outstanding Academy in April 2011, is a great example of the local state schools. Kennet was the highest achieving comprehensive school in West Berkshire using contextual value added results in 2006 and was rated as one of the highest achieving schools in England in the same year. The overall schools performance for the entire area is above the national average making Thatcham a desirable location for your children to progress their education.