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The Cottage, Cane End

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Property Description

Key features

  • Detached
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 3 Receptions

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

THE COTTAGE
CANE END – SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE


*Reading Station 4½ miles *Henley on Thames – 10 miles
*Wallingford – 10 miles *Goring on Thames – 7½ miles
*Pangbourne on Thames – 7½ miles *Sonning Common – 3 miles
*Oxford – 21 miles


Situated just to the North of Reading on the edge of the Chilterns “A.O.N.B.”, a charming detached 3 bedroom period cottage, with planning permission for a substantial replacement dwelling of approximately 4,751 sq ft, in a private and tranquil setting of approximately 1.7 acres of gardens, grounds and ancient woodland.



In delightful tranquil countryside setting
Excellent road and rail communications


Planning permission for substantial replacement dwelling of approximately 4,751 sq ft


Existing period Cottage
Covered Porch
Entrance Hall
Sitting Room
Kitchen
Dining Room
Utility Room
3 Bedrooms
Family Bathroom


Detached Studio/Garage building
Private Driveway & Forecourt


Mature and secluded Gardens & Grounds
Ancient Woodland
Approximately 1.7 acres in total



LOCATION
Cane End is a small rural Hamlet located just in Oxfordshire on the Southern edge of the Chilterns Hills and within easy reach of central Reading with its vastly enlarged Station complex providing fast commuter services directly up to London (Paddington) and with the impending arrival of the new Cross-rail Services enabling direct access to all the major destinations in London itself making travelling easier and quicker.


Additionally Oxford, Wallingford and Henley on Thames are all within easy driving distance.  Similarly the large village of Sonning Common and Caversham a suburb of Reading are both in close proximity and offer good shopping facilities and amenities.


The surrounding rural area is particularly scenic and designated an A.O.N.B.



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
The Cottage occupies a delightfully mature and private position in a secluded plot of over 1.7 acres, with a tranquil backcloth of ancient woodland.


The existing cottage is believed to date originally from 1810, having been extended in the 1950’s to provide spacious and flexibly arranged 3 bedroom accommodation, with a wealth of character throughout. Detached from the house, the garage building has been insulated and services installed for use as a studio.


Full planning permission is granted for a substantial new traditional family home of approximately 4,751 sq ft arranged over three floors, affording generous open plan and well apportioned living in a stylish and contemporary design.


Full plans pertaining to the planning permission can be viewed online with South Oxfordshire District Council using the reference P16/S2503/FUL.



OUTSIDE
Approached over a quiet lane, a Laurel hedged frontage provides good privacy, with an opening into the private driveway and forecourt, leading up to the garage building and on to the cottage itself which stands well back in the generous plot. The detached garage building is insulated for use as a studio, has fitted light and power, and has potential to be converted to a temporary living space if required.


Lawned gardens surround the existing cottage and flank the driveway, with a large established pond to the rear. Beyond the lawns the garden gives way to ancient woodland, providing protection and giving a beautiful and peaceful outlook and a wonderfully secluded feeling. In all the plot amounts to just over 1.7 acres, with excellent potential for the development of a larger home. 



GENERAL INFORMATION
Services: Mains electricity and water are connected. Private septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating and hot water.

Council Tax: F

Postcode: RG4 9HP


Energy Efficiency Rating: E/40


Local Authority: South Oxfordshire District Council - Telephone: 01235 422422



DIRECTIONS
From our offices in the centre of Goring turn right and continue up to the top of the High Street.  At the railway bridge junction turn right and then left into Reading Road.  Leave the village and continue through Crays Pond.  In a further mile bear left at the road junction and on reaching the A4074 turn right for Reading.  In a further mile or so, take the left hand turning into Horsepond Road, signposted for Sonning Common, then take the first left hand turning in just 100 metres into Park Lane. Continue down the lane, where The Cottage will be found approximately 300 metres along on the right hand side.


VIEWING
Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co
 



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21 November 2016

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