4 bedroom town house for saleChurch Road, Farley Hill, Berkshire, RG7
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- Grade II listed
- Period family home
- Split level accommodation
- Magnificent drawing room
- Fitted kitchen/dining room
- 3/4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- Double garage
- Private garden
- Acres of communal gardens
Tenure: Share of Freehold
Situated in the sought after Berkshire village of Farley Hill, this unique character Grade II listed property forms a substantial part of Farley Court with split level accommodation on the ground and first floor of approximately 2055 sq ft. The accommodation can be quite versatile and currently comprises reception hall, well fitted dual aspect kitchen/dining room finished in green hand painted units with granite work surfaces, matching centre island and breakfast bar with a range of free standing and integrated appliances. The drawing room is undoubtedly one of the main features of the property and is approximately 27ft square and dual aspect with large windows overlooking the grounds. There is a raised ceiling with decorative cornice and coving, natural wood flooring, panelled lower walls and a magnificent open fireplace with decorative surround and mantel. The ground floor master bedroom enjoys far reaching views of the garden and countryside beyond and has a comprehensive range of fitted wardrobes and access to the Jack and Jill en suite bathroom. The bathroom itself is a four piece suite with roll top bath with ball and claw feet, high level w.c., wash hand basin and part tiled walls. The guest bedroom on the ground floor faces the front and has a built in storage cupboard and access to the main hall (although this is currently being used as a study). There is a further guest shower room to the ground floor. On the first floor is a further double bedroom with vanity unit with wash hand basin and two fitted wardrobes and ‘L’ shaped study/bedroom four with a vanity unit and storage cupboard.
The village of Farley Hill is ideally situated for the commuter with convenient access to Reading, Wokingham, Basingstoke and Camberley town centres with main line stations available at Wokingham and Reading with a direct link to Paddington and Waterloo. Both the M4 and M3 motorways are accessible and in the village itself is a well respected primary school, bowling and cricket club. The nearby town of Wokingham provides an eclectic range of shops and restaurants and more comprehensive shopping facilities can be found at Reading and Camberley.
Adjoining the property to the side and rear is a covered veranda with steps leading down to the formal garden beyond. The garden slopes away and is laid mainly to lawn with far reaching views across the Blackwater Valley. Along with the private garden there are acres of well maintained and landscaped communal gardens with two hard core tennis courts and a superb in and out tree lined driveway. There is also a garage block with No 1 owning two single garages and residents parking.
A significant portion of this attractive Grade II listed country house with magnificent drawing room with far reaching views over the Blackwater Valley and both communal and private gardens.
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