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2 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Rag Hill, Aldermaston, Reading, RG7

Sold STC £725,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Perfect for Equestrian enthusiasts
  • 3.5 acres of land with views
  • Recently re-built barn conversion
  • Highest level of specification
  • Attractive contemporary features
  • Planning permission for detached garage

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Several acres of land ideal for equestrian enthusiasts. Originally built in 1810, this beautiful converted barn has recently been completely re-built to the highest possible specification and contemporary fittings throughout. Some special features include two sets of tri-fold doors from the Lounge, Spiral staircase and a superb fully fitted Kitchen with granite work surfaces and built appliances. 'Chestnut Coppice' also offers a high level of energy performance including the latest air source heat pump central heating system and exceptional levels insulation. The property includes the most idyllic setting being located in an elevated rural location with scenic views to one side. To fully appreciate this rare opportunity, we would highly recommend an internal viewing.

This converted barn is a one off property that has been sympathetically renovated. To appreciate the land, views, space and quality of the finish we would highly recommend arranging a viewing.

The current owner has applied for and been granted planning permission for a detached oak frame garage. Please contact Parkers Estate Agents for further information on this property.

Situated in the county of Berkshire between Burghfield Common and Tadley and the nearby towns of Reading and Newbury. The Norman Church of St John the Baptist and Old Manor House, now Padworth College, formed the centre of the original settlement, although is now more spread out between Lower Padworth, Padworth Common and Aldermaston Wharf.
Whilst occupying a slice of the Berkshire countryside, commuter links to the A4, M4 and train station are close by.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
26 November 2015

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