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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Bradfield Southend, West Berkshire

Sold STC £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance Hall
  • Sitting/Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Conservatory/Utility/Boot Room
  • Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room
  • Two further Bedrooms
  • Ample & Secure Gated Driveway Parking
  • Garage
  • Long Rear Garden Backing onto Farmland

Full description

A most charming and inviting late 1920's/early 1930's three bedroomed semi-detached house occupying a delightful, generous plot of about one fifth of an acre backing directly onto undulating open countryside, situated between the Kennet and Pang Valleys with easy access to Reading, Newbury and M4 (J12) at Theale.

Theale (M4/J12) - 4 miles
Pangbourne - 6 miles
Reading - 8 miles
Newbury - 9 miles
Heathrow - 35 miles
Central London - 50 miles
(Mileages are approximate)

Bradfield Southend
A strategically located favoured village in the heart of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between the Kennet and Pang Valleys, providing excellent facilities for riding and leisure pursuits together with the nearby Bradfield College Leisure and Tennis Complex. The village enjoys local amenities including village store, garage, public house and primary school together with a wide selection of both private and state schools within the vicinity.

Coley Moley
Believed to have been constructed in the late 1920s/early 1930s, this attractive semi-detached house has distinctive brickwork synonymous with that period together with pitched small tiled roofs. In more recent years the house has undergone a number of improvements including the installation of double glazing, a conservatory extension, the provision of an en-suite shower room, refitted bathroom, the merging of the sitting room and dining room to provide one larger open-plan room and general redecoration etc. There is however, scope for further enhancement/extension (subject of course to the usual consents) and the house is complemented by ample and secure gated driveway parking, garage and mature private gardens, in all extending to approx. one fifth of an acre with fields behind.

Entrance Hall, Sitting/Dining Room, Kitchen, Bathroom, Conservatory/Utility/Boot Room, Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room, Two Further Bedrooms, Ample and Secure Gated Driveway Parking, Garage, Long Rear Garden Backing onto Farmland.

As illustrated on the accompanying floorplan and featuring the following:

Oil fired central heating system serving radiators
Double glazed windows throughout
23 long double aspect sitting/dining room with a feature front aspect bay window and a working fire
The conservatory/utility/boot room benefits from power, light and heating as well as a glazed roof, two opening windows, double door access to outside and of particular note are the window and roof blinds
Fitted kitchen with units having a mid-oak style finish, worktops with single drainer one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Built-in electric oven and ceramic halogen hob together with extractor canopy over. In addition, there is plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge
Master bedroom with built-in wardrobes/cupboards and en-suite shower room
Bedrooms two and three enjoy rear aspect windows overlooking garden and countryside beyond
Modern bath/shower suites

Garage: Sectional single garage with up-and-over door and located to the rear of the property.

Gardens: The plot is approached by a five-bar timber gate onto gravel driveway which allows ample off-road parking. The front garden is screened by way of timber fencing and hedging. The rear garden is a particular feature of the property and measures some 200ft in depth. The driveway continues to the side of the house behind a pair of padlockable twin timber gates enabling secure parking and also allowing access to the garage, to one side of which can be found the oil storage tank. To the other side there is a block pavioured area with timber pergola and trellis work, beyond which is the next section of the garden with meandering pathway, further timber pergola, summerhouse, lawned areas, various trees and numerous shrubs/evergreens. At the the end of the garden there is a useful garden shed and greenhouse with vegetable/fruit growing area. This garden also enjoys a southerly aspect and has fenced and hedged boundaries with fields behind.

Energy Performance Rating: The full results of the Energy Performance Assessment can be supplied upon request.

Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.

Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council, Market Street, Newbury.

Council Tax: Payable for the year 2016/17 - £1,564.84 (Band D).

Tenure: Freehold.

Post Code: RG7 6EU.

Directions: From Theale M4/J12 proceed towards Newbury on the A4 Theale Bypass at the end of which turn right at the roundabout signposted Pangbourne. Take the first turning left signposted Bradfield and continue for about 1.5 miles turning left into Union Road, signposted Bradfield Southend. Continue on this road passing the Queens Head PH which is on the right and then Coley Moley will be found on the left hand side virtually opposite the turning to Heath Road.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
15 November 2016


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