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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

School Road, Riseley, RG7

Sold STC £615,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Country and Riverside
  • Views over open countryside
  • 4/5 Bedrooms
  • Rural location
  • Two generous attic rooms
  • EPC rating F

Full description

Hunter’s Moon is part of the old village school dating back to 1855. Having been converted to a spacious family home it now offers fantastic views from every aspect, giving the property a rural feeling but being close to local amenities. The property has charming light and spacious accommodation and has potential to extend further subject to planning. EPC rating F.
The property is situated in a semi-rural setting between the villages of Riseley and Swallowfield, with the latter offering a thriving community with many social societies, village shop, hall, post office, doctors’ surgery and bus services. Communications are excellent with the property being just 1.8 miles from the A33 Basingstoke Road which links to J11 of the M4 motorway. The M3 is accessible from Hook (6.5 miles) and Heathrow Airport is less than 30 miles distant. Reading (8 miles) provides comprehensive shopping, recreational and leisure facilities. The nearest station is in the village of Mortimer (5 miles) which has a regular service to Reading (12 mins) then onto London, Paddington (from 29 mins) with Crossrail allowing direct access to the City, Canary Wharf, the West End and Heathrow from 2019. Hook Station (6 miles) connects to London, Waterloo in under an hour. There are miles of walking and riding in the surrounding countryside and the Wellington Country Park and riding stables are nearby.

The Victorian school served the local villages of Shinfield and Swallowfield until the 1970s when the school building and Head Master’s House were then divided into 3 properties, Hunter’s Moon being half the original school building. The property is arranged over 3 floors with potential to create further accommodation on the second floor if required. There is a good size sitting room with a large window overlooking the front garden and a feature brick wall with the original foundation stone from 1855. A wood burning stove provides additional heating and a cosy focal point. There is an open plan dining hall off which is the kitchen/breakfast room. This is well-fitted with painted wooden units, appliances and there is a window overlooking a small walled courtyard. A utility room and cloaks/shower room are located to the front of the property. Upstairs there are 4 pretty bedrooms all with delightful views over the fields and there is a family bathroom. Stairs lead to the second floor which is split into two generous attic rooms. These are currently used as an artist's studio and store room but could be converted to further bedrooms, subject to the usual consents.
The gardens of Hunter’s Moon are charming and packed with flower borders and shrubs and hedges providing privacy and seclusion. A lawn runs around the front and side of the property and a paved terrace, accessed from the sitting room, takes advantage of the afternoon sun. To the rear of the property and off the kitchen there is small courtyard stocked with shrubs and flowers. A large semi-detached double garage with pitched roof and up-and-over door is situated near to the property and has off-road parking for four cars to the front.
Garage: A large semi-detached double garage with pitched roof and up and over door is situated near to the property and has off-road parking for four cars to the front.
From Junction11 of the M4, take the A33 Basingstoke Road and continue on this road until the roundabout taking the left turn to the B3349 towards Hook, Swallowfield and Riseley. At the next roundabout turn left into the Odiham Road signposted to Riseley and Swallowfield. A short distance before the T-junction opposite the Bull pub, turn right into Part Lane. Continue on this lane and take the next right turn into School Road, signposted Bramhill. Hunter’s Moon will be found after a short distance on the right, just after the turning to School Lane. Post code: RG7 1XN.
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