5 bedroom detached house for saleDeadmoor Lane, Burghclere, Newbury
Offers in Excess of £1,750,000
- 5 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 3 Reception rooms
- Garage and adjoining store
- Swimming pool, changing rooms, sauna
- Established garden
- Additional 3 bedroom Lodge available under separate negotiation.
A delightful country house in an outstanding setting in mature gardens and grounds.
Hall, Drawing room, Sitting room, Dining room, Study, Cloakroom, Kitchen/breakfast room, Pantry, Laundry, Utility room, Boiler room, Principal bedroom suite with dressing room and bathroom, 4 further bedrooms, 2 shower rooms, Garaging and adjoining store, Established gardens with a heated swimming pool, changing rooms, sauna and garden room, Lake with a gazebo, wildflower meadow and mature woodland, In all 2.99 hectares (7.4 acres), Additional 3 bedroom Lodge available under separate negotiation.
Burton House is in a very secluded setting on the edge of Burghclere and Newtown Common. Newbury is only 3 miles away and has a wide range of shops and services including the Parkway Shopping Centre, a number of private sports and health clubs as well as The Watermill Theatre and a six screen cinema. The town also has a wide range of sporting facilities including swimming pools, golf courses, squash and tennis clubs and Newbury Racecourse. The rivers Kennet and Lambourn provide opportunities for fishing and the area is well known for its unspoilt rural landscape providing opportunities for walking, cycling and riding. The area is also well served with an excellent choice of state and private schools including Horris Hill, Elstree School, Brockhurst, The Clere School, Bradfield College, Pangbourne College, Radley College, Marlborough College,
Downe House, Cheam School and St Gabriels.
Burton House was built in 1937. It stands in an elevated position protected by the adjoining woodland and enjoys lovely views over the gardens and grounds to the North Hampshire Downs which
lie to the south west. Although the house has undergone successive renovation and modernisation programmes it has changed little since it was first built. There are many original features such as the fireplaces, wooden floors, doors, picture windows and cornices. The layout of the house provides excellent family accommodation but there is considerable potential to extend and modify, subject to planning permission.
Communications to London and the rest of the country are excellent by road via the M4 (J12) and A34 and by rail via Newbury (Paddington line) and Whitchurch (Waterloo line). Heathrow, Birmingham and Southampton airports are also within a reasonable driving distance.
Burghclere 1 mile
Newbury 3 miles
Whitchurch 9.5 miles
Basingstoke 16 miles
Winchester 21 miles
M4 (J12) 8 miles
Paddington 55 minutes from Newbury
Gardens and grounds
The house is approached from a gravel drive which opens onto a large parking area in front of the house and is flanked by stone walling and an impressive bank of rhododendrons and azaleas.
The majority of the grounds lie to the south and west of the house. To the south of the house is a pergola clad with rose and hydrangea and a terrace which extends to the swimming pool flanked by a tall brick wall into which is built a changing room and sauna.
Beyond the pool is a fire pit and a fine open sided garden room with a spa bath which is perfect for entertaining. To the west is a further terrace flanked by a dwarf brick wall and a lawn which enjoys lovely views across the lake to the land beyond. There is a small orchard with apple and plum trees. Steps lead down to a further lawn and the lake which has an attractive brick gazebo. The garden is flanked on most sides by large areas of rhododendrons and azaleas which in turn are flanked by areas of woodland with oak, birch, other deciduous trees and some fine Scots Pine which extends round to the front of the house. A large garden machinery barn is discretely hidden in the woodland to the east of the house. Lying west of the lake a gate opens onto a wildflower meadow which has been managed as a conservation
area with mown paths and a bench from which to enjoy views of the house and the North Hampshire Downs. Immediately east of the house is a small kitchen garden with a greenhouse and potting
shed and close by a summer house with a decking area overlooking the lake.
Post Code: RG20 9DY
Services: Mains water, and electricity, private drainage, oil fired central heating to the house and cottage. The swimming pool is heated with calor gas.
Local Authority: Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council.
Tel: 01256 844844
Viewing: By appointment with the sole agents
Jackson-Stops & Staff Newbury office on 01635 45501
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