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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Purley-on-Thames, West Berkshire

Sold STC £595,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance Hall
  • Sitting Room
  • Study
  • Kitchen/Dining/Family Room
  • Utility with Cloakroom
  • Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room
  • Bedroom Two with Dressing Room/Potential En-suite
  • Two further Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom
  • Driveway Parking & Gardens

Full description

A surprisingly spacious detached four bedroomed family house having been thoughtfully and sympathetically extended and improved in recent years, delightfully situated opposite meadows on the edge of Purley Village and within walking distance of the River Thames.

Reading Town Centre - 5 miles
Theale (M4/J12) - 5 miles
Pangbourne - 2 miles
Tilehurst Sation - 1.5 miles
Central London - 50 miles
Heathrow - 36 miles
(Mileages are approximate)

Purley-on-Thames is located just north west of the leading commercial centre of Reading, delightfully situated on the south side of the river, looking over towards the southern tip of the Chiltern Hills and on the edge of The Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The local bus service and main line station for connections to Reading and London (Paddington) are easily accessible with a good range of neighbourhood shopping in nearby Pangbourne and Tilehurst. The surrounding area provides a wide range of both riverside and country walks and there is a good selection of both state and private schools within the vicinity.

1 Mapledurham Drive
An attractive modern house traditionally constructed about 28 years ago with brick elevations under an interlocking concrete tiled roof. In recent years (the last two years in particular), the property has undergone numerous improvements including the addition of a sympathetic single storey extension to the rear, as well as replacement double glazed windows and doors. The house now provides larger, lighter and more versatile accommodation arranged over two floors and occupies an exceptional position directly opposite open countryside with the River Thames and southern tip of the Chiltern Hills beyond.

Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Study, Kitchen/Dining/Family Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room, Bedroom Two with Dressing Room/potential En-suite, Two Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Driveway Parking and Gardens. Meadow Views to Front.

As illustrated on the accompanying floorplan and featuring the following:

Gas fired central heating system serving radiators augmented by underfloor heating to the recently extended part of the house
Double glazed windows and doors throughout
Intruder alarm system
Double aspect sitting room with bay window to front and feature display stone fireplace
Optiplan fitted kitchen with stylish two-tone finish and some built in appliances as well as marble worktops and an electrically operated Velux roof window
Double aspect family/dining area with French doors and large accompanying windows plus manually operated Velux roof windows enabling lots of natural light
Generously sized utility room with marble style flooring, granite worktops and cupboards concealing plumbing and space for a washing machine
Range of floor surfaces including Karndean oak style flooring to entrance hall and kitchen/dining/family room
Three of the four bedrooms benefit from Sharps fitted furniture
Modern bath/shower suites
Oak internal doors with contemporary chrome fittings
Bedroom two benefits from an adjacent dressing room/potential en-suite

Front Garden:
There is a particularly good sized front garden accessed via remote control, electrically operated five bar timber gates, together with security entry system. This garden enjoys delightful views over neighbouring meadows and has a driveway laid to attractive stone chippings and that enables ample off-lane parking. In addition there is a lawned area with adjacent flower and shrub borders. There is also a small timber decked area with wooden railings.

Rear Garden:
The rear garden measures approx. 50ft x 40ft and features a sizeable paved terrace with retaining stone walls and steps leading down to a level lawned area with various flowers/ shrubs and good sized shed with power and lighting. The rear garden is completely enclosed by timber fencing together with a side access gate. Outside lighting and water tap.

Energy Performance Rating: The full results of the Energy Performance Assessment can be supplied upon request.

Services: Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected.

Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council, Market Street, Newbury.
Council Tax: Payable for the year 2016/17 - £2,319.00 (Band F).

Tenure: Freehold.

Post Code: RG8 8BD.

Directions: From the centre of Pangbourne proceed in the direction of Reading along the A329 Reading Road. On entering Purley on Thames proceed past the shop which is on the left hand side and at the roundabout thereafter go straight across remaining on the A329. At the traffic lights turn left into Purley Lane and continue down the hill into Purley Village. At the bottom follow the right hand bend around and keep going for about another 400 yards until the turning to Mapledurham Drive will be found on the left hand side. No.1 is on the right.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
28 July 2016


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