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5 bedroom detached house for sale
Brimpton Road, Baughurst, Tadley, Hampshire
Poplar House is a typically Georgian property believed to date back to the 1790s constructed of red brick under a clay tiled roof.
The accommodation is arranged around one of the finest features of the house, a stunning central reception hall and staircase boasting period features and a beautiful arched window at the half landing with period wooden shutters.
The principal reception rooms are well proportioned, have good ceiling heights, feature fireplaces and large sash windows.
The kitchen has been re-fitted around a traditional Aga, and has been opened up to provide a useful breakfast/dining area at one end. There is also a door giving access to a paved terrace at the rear and out onto the gardens. A spacious utility room, larder and cellar provide excellent additional ancillary space and storage.
Upstairs, the wide galleried landing gives access to 5 spacious double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Poplar House is situated in the village of Baughurst which lies to the south of Brimpton, between Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke. All the towns have excellent leisure, cultural and shopping facilities and train services to London. Reading has a direct service to Paddington and Basingstoke direct to Waterloo.
The M4 (J12) is about 8 miles away and provides trunk road access to the West Country, London and its airports. The house is also well placed for access to the A339/M3 (J6).
The local area is served well by a good range of schooling both state and private. There are recreational facilities for all requirements and the surrounding countryside is renowned for its walks and rides.
Poplar House is approached through wooden gates into a large gravel driveway edged with brick walls clad with a variety of fruit trees. A detached double garage sits nicely to the side of the property. Lavender and roses frame the traditional Georgian façade.
The main gardens are partly walled and lay to the south and east of the property, with mature beech and laurel hedging, trees and herbaceous borders all providing a private outlook.