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4 bedroom detached house for sale

6, The Maltings, West Ilsley

Sold by Us £725,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 3 Receptions

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

6 THE MALTINGS
WEST ILSLEY – BERKSHIRE



*NEWBURY – 10 miles  *WANTAGE – 7 ½ miles  *ABINGDON – 11 ½ miles
*OXFORD – 15 miles  *M4 at CHIEVELEY (junction 13) – 6 ½ miles  *DIDCOT – 7 miles
*EAST ILSLEY – 1 ½ miles  *COMPTON – 3 miles
Distances & Times Approximate



Enjoying a relaxing ambience and outlook, being quietly tucked away on a mature exclusive no through road within this delightful picturesque Downland village, the setting is simply delightful, affording mature landscaped gardens and grounds, yet within but a short drive of arterial routes providing access to London and beyond.


An attractive and delightful well-appointed family residence of approximately 2,384 sq ft, the property is quite charming, with a very real tasteful quality and inspired design wholly apparent on viewing.


Incorporating numerous attractive features throughout in a simply delightful setting, early viewing is advised.



• A Delightful & Inspiring Family Home
• Sought After Residential Area In Downland Village Within Catchment For The ‘Outstanding’ Downs Secondary School


• Entrance Hall
• Reception Hall
• Cloakroom
• Kitchen / Dining & Family Room
• Sitting Room With Fireplace


• Galleried Landing
• Master Bedroom Suite With Dressing Room & Shower Room
• 3 Further Bedrooms
• Family Bathroom
• Airing Cupboard


• Double Garage
• Integral Store / Workshop


• In all approximately 2,384 Sq Ft


• Mature landscaped Gardens & Grounds



LOCATION
Quietly tucked away in a fold of the Berkshire Downlands is the small rustic village of West Ilsley, surrounded by scenic rolling hills. A Roman road abounds the Parish on the west and above it is the ancient Ridgeway Path, which traces its timeless way across the Downs to Streatley where it crosses the Thames and onwards into the Chilterns. 


The village has an array of rambling farmhouses, old cottages and barns and some fine houses, notably West Ilsley House, formerly the home of the Morland family, which dates from Queen Anne’s.  Close to the village is Hodcot House which is now a famous horseracing establishment.


The village, historically linked to farming and agriculture, still continues this rural way of life today remaining largely unspoilt, albeit it has become more residential benefiting from the excellent road communications. There is plenty going on for all age groups. The cricket and tennis clubs both have regular activities throughout the summer months for the younger members of the community. Not to be missed is the annual village fete and lively pre-fete dance.  The village website, www.westilsley.org.uk provides further details and is well worth a visit.


There is also a thriving public house overlooking the cricket field and pavilion which has become well known for its food.  For rail commuters there are fast regular mainline services up to London (Paddington) from nearby Didcot.


The village also benefits from having excellent education close at hand with the renowned ‘The Downs’ secondary school, St Helen & St Katharine for Girls and Abingdon Boys School. More state and private schools can be found within easy access including the popular East Ilsley primary school.



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
6 The Maltings occupies a most advantageous position with commanding views across to the scenic Downlands on the opposite side of the village. The house also benefits from a generous mature and landscaped garden plot with extensive lawns extending at the rear and side.


Traditionally built with brick and tile hung elevations under a pitched and gabled tile roof, the house takes great advantage of its delightful setting, with the principle kitchen / dining & family room affording access directly out to the splayed patio terrace, perfect for ‘Al Fresco’ dining.


The accommodation is both spacious and well proportioned, extending to approximately 2,384 sq ft, incorporating family sized 4 bedroomed accommodation with a feature master suite encompassing both a dressing room and shower room, whilst open plan reception rooms are configured in a split-level design.


Displaying a contemporary air that is quite inspired and most attractive, the property also benefits from having been more recently modernised throughout to an exacting standard, which will be entirely evident upon viewing.


Tastefully presented, early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the wonderful opportunity afforded.



OUTSIDE
Privately fronting on to The Maltings, set back in mature landscaped gardens and grounds behind a low brick wall with flanking brick pillars, the property is accessed over a spacious splayed drive and forecourt which leads up to the double garage and front entrance, providing parking for several vehicles. The drive and forecourt are bordered on all sides with lawned gardens and an extensive array of shrubs and trees providing great privacy and seclusion, and colourful herbaceous borders interspersed.


A wrought iron pedestrian gate leads through to the side of the property and beyond to the main rear gardens and grounds.


Most attractive, the rear of the property benefits from a large natural stone terrace with a low lying brick retaining wall, which runs across the kitchen / dining & family room, being both deep and ideally placed to enjoy direct access from the house itself, perfect for ‘Al Fresco’ dining. From here delightful views can be found over the private and mature gardens and grounds.


Wide attractive steps make their way up to the main garden which is predominantly laid to lawn with extensive mature hedging flanking the grounds, and a delightful array of trees, shrubs, and flowers providing for a most pleasing vista and great privacy. The rear garden is split into two by mature hedging and planting, and a wrought iron archway.


Delightfully attractive, the gardens and grounds must be viewed to be fully appreciated.



GENERAL INFORMATION
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Central heating and hot water from oil fired boiler.
 
Postcode: RG20 7AX


Energy Efficiency Rating: E / 47


Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council – Telephone: 01635 42400



DIRECTIONS
From our offices in the centre of Goring turn left and proceed down the High Street, continue across the River Bridge and up to the top of Streatley High Street. At the traffic lights continue straight across on the B4009 and in a further 2 miles after passing through the village of Aldworth turn right opposite the Four Points thatched Public House for Compton and East Ilsley. Follow this road through the village of Compton and on reaching East Ilsley proceed around the one way system and at the junction with the High Street bear right down into the village and at the central square turn left for West Ilsley. On reaching West Ilsley in a further 1 ½ miles continue down the hill into the village and The Maltings will be found a short way along on the right-hand side.



VIEWING
Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co Estate Agents & Valuers.



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31 March 2017

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