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4 bedroom detached house for sale
The Corner House, Calcot Golf Course, RG31
- Rarely available Georgian property
- Golf course stunning parkland setting
- Excellent transport links
- Presented to a high standard
- 3 reception rooms
- 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Kitchen with Aga, additional kitchenette & utility area
- Gardens, garage and parking
- No onward chain
- EER D
Classically proportioned and elegantly styled reception rooms, the feeling of space and light is enhanced by the high ceilings. The ground floor accommodation includes the dual aspect sophisticated drawing room with grand open fireplace. There is a comfortable 'heart of the home' bespoke kitchen/breakfast room with Aga. A choice of rooms for dining and/or family living with the light and airy garden room overlooking the courtyard garden or sitting room with views over parkland.
Upstairs are four bedrooms arranged over three floors, all of excellent proportions and offering stunning views, plus the family bathroom. The stunning master bedroom is 18' and boasts an exquisite en-suite full bathroom and double-size shower cubicle.
Landscaped gardens are a particular feature, as is the idyllic setting. The garden offers plenty of space for children to play, as well as for the keen gardener to make their mark. There is private parking and a garage accessed off the kitchen.
Space saving stairs to Bedroom 4
Private off road parking
Square footage = 2282 sq ft (212 sq m)
At M4/A4 J12 take the Eastbound A4 towards Reading. Proceed over 2 roundabouts and through a junction with traffic lights and proceed onto the short dual carriageway. Go through another set of traffic lights, some 350 yards after is the East Entrance to Calcot Park Golf Club, Follow the road through the parkland and golf course arriving at buildings on the left hand side. Corner House is the first property accessed through the gate to the front door.
Minutes' drive to open countryside, there are local recreational pursuits for all ages including golf, country walks, boating on the Thames, local riding stables, Bradfield indoor tennis centre and Olympic sized swimming pool and Pangbourne Adventure Dolphin Centre which offers canoeing, kayaking and climbing wall.
Good shopping facilities are available within a few minutes drive, with small local shops for everyday necessities within 10-15 minutes walk. Waitrose is within 10 minutes drive and Sainsbury's hypermarket is 5 minutes away. Reading town centre offers a wealth of amenities, with cinemas, leisure facilities, restaurants and The Oracle shopping centre offers an excellent choice of shops.
Theale station 5 minutes drive. London Paddington by train in 40 minutes. J12 M4 5 minutes drive, Reading town centre 10-15 minutes drive. Heathrow approx 45 minutes drive.
Large and grand entrance hall with beautiful honey-coloured period wood-block floor. Doors to the main reception rooms and sweeping staircase to the first floor.
Dual aspect elegant and sophisticated drawing room with large open fireplace. Two lots of sash windows on each aspect give lovely views over the parkland to one side and the courtyard garden to the other. Plenty of space for a range of sofas and chairs and other furniture.
A beautifully designed bespoke kitchen with a range of handmade fitted and free standing units. Gas fired Aga cooker and built-in seating in the window, which offers a stunning view
of the lake and fountain. Terracotta coloured tiles on the floor and part-tiled walls. There is also a skylight in the kitchen giving a lovely light feeling to the room. Open to
A versatile room, with potential for many purposes. It could be used as a family room, playroom, study, dining room or extra sitting room. The room is a lovely light room with dual aspect offering views over the lake to one side and the garden and park to the other.
Kitchen is open to
A large light conservatory-style room with tiled floor opening out onto the rear courtyard garden. A versatile room currently in use as a dining room, this is ideal for entertaining, or as a family room or a further sitting room.
Door from kitchen through to
Single garage with useful utility area to the rear. There is a double oven and electric hob in the garage for use when the Aga is switched off in the summer.
Useful ground floor cloakroom. Modern white stylish suite comprising, wash hand basin and toilet.
Also on the ground floor is a large useful cupboard housing the boiler and controls for the music and satellite systems. Under the stairs is a very useful cupboard.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Leading through to
Elegantly styled and beautifully appointed 18' room with dual aspect making it very light and bright. The windows offer sweeping views over the parkland to one side and the courtyard to the other. There are a range of fitted wardrobes giving plenty of storage space. Door through to
Exquisite and spacious with classic roll-top bath and double size shower cubicle. Fitted cupboards and shelves and a heated towel rail/radiator.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
With under stairs storage cupboard
A large, light double room with 2 large sash windows overlooking the courtyard.
Another large double room with 2 sash windows making it very light and airy.
Stylish and classic white suite comprising bath, toilet and sink.
From the second floor landing there is a door which leads to the space saving stairs and up to
A dual aspect double bedroom, with very attractive beamed ceiling. Dormer windows on both sides give plenty of light and lovely views across Calcot Park. There is a large under-eaves storage cupboard.
GRADE II LISTED
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Grade II buildings are nationally important and of special interest; 92% of all listed buildings are in this class and it is the most likely grade of listing for a home owner.
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Listing does not freeze a building in time; it simply means that listed building consent must be applied for in order to make any changes to that building which might affect its special interest. Listed buildings can be altered, extended and sometimes even demolished within government planning guidance. The local authority uses listed building consent to make decisions that balance the site's historic significance against other issues such as its function, condition or viability.
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Contact English Heritage for national information or South Oxfordshire District Council for local information.
West Berkshire Council Tax Band G - £2500pa
Mains Drainage, Electricity, Gas & Water
Loft insulated, boarded with power and light
New bespoke double-glazed windows in all rooms except the sitting room
Chimney is lined, swept regularly and Certificate for smoke test
There is a management company for the maintenance of the Courtyard and an annual fee payable of approximately £500.00.