5 bedroom detached house for salePangbourne, West Berkshire
Guide Price £1,350,000
- Reception Hall
- Sitting Room
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- Conservatory & Utility
- Master Bedroom Suite
- Four Further Bedrooms
- Two Family Bathrooms
- Music Room & Store (formerly Double Garage)
A modern Tyrolean style split-level detached family house with recent re-configured luxuriously appointed accommodation enjoying mature private landscaped gardens of about one-third of an acre in prime residential private road.
The author Kenneth Grahame lived in Pangbourne and this area is the setting for his most famous work, The Wind in the Willows. The village nestles in probably the most picturesque stretch of the Thames Valley between the Chilterns and Wessex Downs within Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, interspersed with many historic villages.
There is a varied selection of local shops, eateries, professional and medical services and the area is well served with excellent private and state schools including St Andrews, Pangbourne College and Bradfield College.
The major regional centre of Reading is only six miles distant and offers excellent shopping and leisure facilities with the Crossrail route due to open in 2019.
The motorway network can be accessed at Theale (M4-J12) with Central London being about 50 miles and Pangbourne Station provides excellent services to Reading, Paddington and Oxford.
A striking split-level family house which has been substantially improved by the present owners providing luxuriously appointed, cleverly designed accommodation, set in gently sloping landscaped gardens, located in a prime residential private road on the southern edge of the village.
Reception Hall, Sitting Room, Study/Office, Kitchen/Dining Room, Conservatory, Utility, Cloakroom, Master Bedroom Suite, Four Further Bedrooms, Two Family Bathrooms, Music Room and Store (formerly Double Garage)
Presented in excellent decorative order throughout, as illustrated on the accompanying floor plan and featuring the following:
Gas fired central heating serving radiators
Primary double glazed hardwood windows
White oak internal doors
Extensive wardrobe and cupboard storage space
Neville Johnson fitted office
Integrated ceiling down-lighters
Large reception hall with tiled flooring
Sitting room with dual aspect, twin sliding patio doors to front terrace, contemporary raised fireplace with granite plinth
Study/home office, comprehensively fitted with bespoke Neville Johnson furniture
Kitchen/dining room with extensive base and wall-mounted cabinets, granite work surfaces with down lighters, island unit with five ring gas hob and extractor canopy, Bosch twin electric ovens and warming drawer, dishwasher, refrigerator, wine cooler, one and a half bowl sink with Quooker hot tap, space for American-style refrigerator, tiled flooring, patio doors to conservatory
Utility with base and wall cabinets, granite work surface, spaces for laundry appliances
Master bedroom suite an impressive dual aspect room with twin ranges of built-in wardrobe and storage cupboards, luxurious en-suite bath and shower room
Four further bedrooms and two family bathrooms with four-piece suites including shower cubicle
Part of the double garage has been converted into a professional sound-proofed music room
Hydropool Swim Spa (not currently in use and requiring maintenance)
Gardens: Approached through a pair of remote controlled timber gates to large gravelled parking and turning area. The plot extends to just over one-third of an acre comprising gently sloping gardens encompassed by tall well-maintained mature hedging. Contoured lawn areas, mature trees, specimen flower and shrub borders, front and rear paved/decked al-fresco areas. Comprehensive exterior lighting.
Energy Performance Rating: The full results of the Energy Performance Assessment can be supplied upon request.
Services: Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are connected.
Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council, Market Street, Newbury.
Council Tax: Payable for the year 2016/17 £3228.68 (Band H).
Post Code: RG8 7BD.
Directions: From the centre of Pangbourne, proceed on the A340 out of the village towards Theale and Flowers Hill is the fourth turning on the right. Manderley may be found after 100 yards on the right hand side.
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