3 bedroom detached house for saleAshmead House, Upper Basildon
Sold by Us £1,250,000
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 6 Receptions
ASHMEAD HOUSE – BETHESDA STREET
UPPER BASILDON - BERKSHIRE
READING - 7 miles OXFORD - 19 miles
HENLEY on THAMES - 13 miles NEWBURY - 10 miles
M4 (J12) - 6 miles M40 (J6) - 15 miles HEATHROW - 40 miles
Mainline Railway Station to LONDON PADDINGTON within the hour – 2 miles
(Distances and times approximate)
Privately situated in delightful gardens & grounds of approximately 0.275 of an acre, the property is idyllically situated in an elevated position adjoining rolling open country side, with awe-inspiring views being afforded, yet conveniently placed for Oxford, Reading, the M4 and mainline trains to London Paddington in under the hour.
Only recently newly built, Ashmead House is a stunning bespoke house of approximately 2,970 sq ft, built to an exacting standard with striking elevations of architectural note displaying stylish and high quality fixtures and fittings throughout.
Affording both an open plan yet traditional design, Ashmead House is an exquisite family home in a truly beautiful location, with early viewing being highly recommended.
• An Exquisite Family Home Of Impressive Architectural Design Afforded Awe-Inspiring Views
• Sought After Downland Village Within Short Distance Of Mainline Railway Station To London Paddington & Scenic Riverside
• Covered Entrance
• Galleried Reception Hall
• Kitchen / Breakfast Room
• Utility Room
• Sitting Room With Log Burner
• Family Room
• Dining Room
• Galleried Landing
• Laundry Room
• Vaulted Master Bedroom Suite With Spacious Galleried Balcony, Dressing Room & En-Suite Bathroom
• Vaulted 2nd Bedroom Suite With En-Suite Bathroom
• 3rd Bedroom Suite With En-Suite Bathroom
• In All Approximately 2,970 Sq Ft
• Detached Oak Framed Double Garage Of Approximately 269 Sq Ft
• Professionally Landscaped Formal Gardens Of Approximately 0.275 Of An Acre
The village of Upper Basildon sits on the edge of the Berkshire Downlands in an area of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’ with far reaching scenic countryside surrounding it on all sides.
The village itself offers a range of amenities including a parish church, community Post Office, highly regarded C of E primary school, and the Red Lion public house (recently voted one of the Independent newspaper’s top 50 country pubs). There is a splendid modern village hall, which has become the centre for a variety of community sports and activities with its adjoining sports field and tennis courts. A local bus company runs a limited service from the village to Pangbourne on Thames, Reading, Streatley on Thames and Goring on Thames, where a mainline railway station with fast commuter services up to London (Paddington) in well under the hour (25 minutes from Reading) can be found, in addition to the pending Cross Rail from Reading leading up to The City.
Bradfield College, the well-known Public School located some three miles from Upper Basildon, has excellent leisure, fitness and sports facilities including a large indoor swimming pool all of which are available for use by members of the public. The facilities also include squash, badminton courts, tennis courts, hockey and a 9-hole golf course.
In addition to the Basildon C of E primary school, the area is also extremely well served by an excellent range of both state and private schooling, of particular note; Bradfield College, Pangbourne College, Downe House, Cranford House, Moulsford Preparatory, Abingdon Boys and The School of St Helen & Katherine.
Modern and contemporary, Ashmead House is a simply striking residence with a wholly relaxing yet engaging ambience, with wide natural light capturing glazing, vaulted & galleried rooms and a vaulted balcony to the master bedroom suite, showcasing proudly the architectural attributes of the property.
Only recently newly built, the property extends to approximately 2,970 sq ft, and boasts stylish fixtures and fittings throughout of a particularly appreciative quality. The arrangement of accommodation is entirely versatile, affording an open plan yet traditional design which impressively takes full advantage of its private views over the landscaped grounds and adjoining fields beyond, and embraces the delightful terraced patio from within, which is perfect for ‘Al Fresco’ dining.
Quite stunning, with meticulous attention to detail entirely evident throughout, the entire property has much in it to enthuse over, yielding a very tasteful quality, wholly apparent on viewing.
Privately approached off Bethesda Street over stone cobbling, the property sits quietly behind close boarded fencing with mature hedging and lawn to the frontage. Flanked by tall brick pillars, wide wooden electrically operated gates open on to the spacious driveway affording ample parking for numerous vehicles. The driveway spans the entire width of the property, leading down the side to the oak framed double garage.
Ashmead House stands well back in landscaped gardens & grounds and occupies a stunning elevated position with is mainly lawned gardens leading down to the adjoining rolling fields, affording simply awe-inspiring views across the fields to the woodland escarpment beyond.
Across the rear of the house enjoying a sheltered aspect is a wide flagged patio terrace which is directly approached off the kitchen / breakfast room and conservatory, both having ‘Bi-Fold’ doors, and accordingly perfect for ‘Al Fresco’ dining whilst enjoying the lovely views.
Delightfully attractive, the gardens & grounds must be viewed to be fully appreciated and in total extend into approximately 0.275 of an acre.
Services: Mains electricity, water, and drainage are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating and hot water.
Energy Performance Rating: C / 77
Postcode: RG8 8NT
Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council - Tel: 01635 42400
From Warmingham & Co offices in the centre of Goring turn left and proceed down the High Street, across the river bridge and up to the top of Streatley High Street where at the traffic lights turn left signposted for Pangbourne. On reaching Lower Basildon in approximately 2 miles, turn right opposite the garage into Park Wall Lane. Follow this road up into the village of Upper Basildon. Continue along, whereby Park Wall Lane merges into Bethesda Street. In a further 200 yards or so, Ashmead House will be found off on the left hand side, privately situated behind electrically operated wooden gates.
Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co Estate Agents & Valuers.
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