3 bedroom detached house for saleStanford Dingley, West Berkshire
Guide Price £695,000
- Entrance Porch & Hallway
- Two Reception Rooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Three Bedrooms (one with adjacent Dressing Room/Potential En-suite)
- Bath/Shower Room
- Secure Gated Driveway Parking
A detached Victorian property with later sympathetic extension and recently totally refurbished, situated in the heart of one of the most cherished villages in West Berkshire beside the River Pang surrounded by glorious undulating open/wooded countryside.
Pangbourne - 6 miles
Reading Town Centre - 11 miles
Theale (M4 - J12) - 6 miles
Newbury - 8 miles
(Mileages are approximate)
Nestling in the heart of the Pang Valley between the River Kennet and the Downland countryside surrounded by extensive farmland and forestry providing excellent facilities for country walks, riding and cycling pursuits. The village boasts a range of properties from pretty cottages through to individual country houses contained within the protected Conservation Area. The village has the attraction of two traditional country inns, the church of St Denys dating back to the 12th Century with the nearby village of Yattendon providing a general store/post office, butchers and hairdressing salon with more extensive facilities in Pangbourne and Theale.
Originally dating back to 1900 with later sympathetic rear extension comprising brick elevations under slate roof. Over the past five years, the current owners have totally refurbished the property including a re-fitted kitchen and bathroom as well as re-wiring and plumbing. As a result the house now cleverly combines traditional and contemporary features together with improved landscaping of the gardens, part of which overlooks a tributary of the River Pang.
Entrance Porch & Hallway, Sitting Room, Family/ Dining Room, Conservatory, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility/Cloakroom, Rear Lobby, Three Bedrooms (one with adjacent Dressing Room/ Potential En-suite), Bath/Shower Room, Secure Gated Driveway Parking, Garage, Gardens.
Oil fired central heating system serving radiators
Double glazed windows and doors throughout
Dual aspect sitting room with feature multi fuel burner
Family/dining room with oak flooring and also featuring a multi fuel burner
Modern kitchen featuring high gloss cream coloured units together with a range of built-in appliances including Rangemaster cooker. In addition there is an opening enabling access to the breakfast room
Breakfast room with oak flooring and window enjoying aspect onto main garden area
Sizeable utility/cloakroom with good range of cupboard storage space
Bedroom one with fireplace and adjoining separate dressing room/potential en-suite (previously bedroom four)
Bedrooms two and three each with a fireplace and built-in cupboard/wardrobe
Family bath/shower room with modern white suite as well as tiled flooring
Garage: Detached sectional garage with double doors to front as well as a door at the side.
Gardens: The gardens are predominantly to either side of the house but also to the rear and are approached via a pair of timber gates enabling vehicular access as well as a gate giving pedestrian access on to a concreted side driveway leading to the garage. Adjacent to the driveway there is a sizeable paved terrace. Typical cottage style gardens can be found to the rear and to the other side of the house, together with level lawned areas. The flower and shrub beds are well stocked with some retained/edged by old railway sleepers. There are further seating areas in which to sit out and enjoy this delightful private garden which overlooks nearby water meadows.
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 £2,739.06 (Band G).
Post Code: RG7 6LS.
Directions: From Theale M4 (J12) - Proceed west towards Newbury and at the end of the Theale by-pass turn right signposted Pangbourne. After about 200 yards turn left signposted Bradfield and Yattendon. Continue on this road for about 1.5 miles turning left into Union Road signposted Bradfield Southend/Bucklebury. Proceed through Bradfield Southend and upon leaving the village take the first turning right into Hungerford Lane signposted Stanford Dingley. Turn left at the end of this lane and continue down the hill into Stanford Dingley. Upon entering the village proceed over the bridge and Willow Cottage will be found immediately opposite the Bull Inn.
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