2 The Brambles, Woolhampton
- 10 Year New Home Warranty
- Spacious Entrance Driveway & Forecourt
- Delightful Far-Reaching Views
- 3,799 Sq Ft
- Brand new energy efficient country home of impressive architectural design with detached garage.
1 – 4 THE BRAMBLES
WOOLHAMPTON – BERKSHIRE
Woolhampton Village Centre – 1 mile / M4 (J12) – 5 miles
Midgham Station (London Paddington within the hour) – 1 mile
Reading (London, Paddington 27 minutes) – 10 miles
(Distances & Times Approximate)
Situated mid-way between Reading and Newbury on the edge of this popular riverside village, easily accessible for the village amenities, river Kennet, M4 and railway station providing access to London Paddington in under the hour, scheduled for completion in the 4th quarter of 2021, a stunning new development of 4 individually designed brand new modern & contemporary energy efficient homes, attractively designed reflecting the local vernacular, being traditionally built to a high specification with striking elevations and stylish fixtures and fittings throughout, with well-proportioned and spacious open plan yet traditional layouts ranging from approximately 2,228 sq ft to 3,799 sq ft, inclusive of detached garages, set in private landscaped gardens and grounds ranging from approximately 0.124 of an acre to 0.186 of an acre, providing for most delightful and stylish homes.
4 Delightful Brand New Energy Efficient Contemporary Yet Traditional Country Homes Of Impressive Architectural Design With Detached Garages, Ranging In Size From Approximately 2,228 Sq Ft - 3,799 Sq Ft
Delightful Far-Reaching Views
Spacious Entrance Driveway & Forecourt
Professionally Landscaped Gardens & Grounds Ranging In Size From Approximately 0.124 - 0.186 Of An Acre
10 Year ‘Buidzone’ New Home Warranty
Riverside Village Within Close Walking / Driving Distance Of The River Kennet, Village Amenities, Schooling, and Mainline Railway Station To London Paddington In Well Under The Hour
Woolhampton is a village and civil parish located in the English county of Berkshire. The village is situated in between the towns of Reading (8 miles) and Newbury (6 miles), lying on the northern edge of the river Kennet, with the Berkshire Downs rising above the village to the north. Woolhampton is served by Midgham railway station in the village, affording access to London Paddington in the hour. The railway station was originally known as Woolhampton railway station but, according to local legend, was renamed Midgham railway station in order to avoid possible confusion with the similarly named Wolverhampton railway station. Further national transport access is afforded via the close by M4 into London and the A34 linking Southampton with Oxford and the Midlands. Bus services are also freely available running routes between both Reading & Newbury.
Amenities include a superb village shop servicing ones daily needs, a brilliant modern village hall with adjacent playing park. There are also three coaching inns within the centre of Woolhampton, the Falmouth Arms and the Angel. A third public house, the Rowbarge, is, as its name suggests, is situated alongside the river Kennet next to the swing bridge.
To the north of the centre of the village is the adjacent settlement of Upper Woolhampton, which contains both Woolhampton (St Peter's) Church and the village C of E Primary School. A further half mile to the north, but still within the parish of Woolhampton, is the Benedictine Douai Abbey affording playing fields and tennis courts that serve local residents. Additionally, the area is also extremely well served by an excellent range of private schooling, of particular note; Cranford House School, The Oratory Preparatory School, Moulsford Preparatory School, St Andrews Preparatory School, The Oratory School, Pangbourne College, Brockhurst & Marlston House, Downe House, Rupert House School, Shiplake College, The Abbey School, Bradfield College, The Manor Preparatory School, Abingdon School, Abingdon Preparatory School, Radley College, and St Helen & St Katharine.
The area and its abundant glorious countryside supports extensive walking and cycling. The Woolhampton Reed Bed, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, lies alongside the Kennet to the south east of the village. The dense reed bed, with smaller areas of tall fen vegetation and carr woodland, is notable for its nesting passerine bird populations.
Crossrail (Elizabeth Line) services have commenced from Reading, with the full service scheduled to commence in shortly, which together with the completed electrification of the line has significantly improved travelling times to East and West destinations.
SPECIFICATION (Subject to change.)
• Shaker style fully fitted kitchen(tbc) to include German made double oven, 5 ring hob (elec), extractor fan (all Neff or similar). Built in dishwasher, build in larder fridge and freezer (if required)
EN-SUITES AND BATHROOMS
• All en-suites / bathrooms tiled floors and part walls
• Down lights in kitchen, utility and all en-suites and bathrooms
• Forward proofed for electric car charging point
• Walk in wardrobes to master and guest suite
• Ample storage cupboards
TELEPHONE AND TELEVISION
• Super-fast Virgin broadband
• Limestone tiled floor to entrance hall, wc, utility and kitchen
• Carpets to remaining rooms
• Underfloor heating throughout powered by highly efficient air source units
WINDOWS, DOORS AND JOINERY
• Flush lead light UPVC windows, 2 bifold doors; one from lounge one from family room (1bifold door for 3 & 4 The Brambles.)
• Solid oak doors throughout, chrome handles
• Large gallery staircase to first floor
• Indian Limestone patio at rear, path to front
• Large detached single garage
• Outdoor sockets and water taps
• Landscaped gardens
• External lighting to front and rear of property
• Traditionally built with Terca Kassandra bricks by Wienerberger
• Hand cut roofs with clay tiles
ABOUT THE DEVELOPER
I’m Andrew Kingham, the proud developer for The Brambles. We have a long history of building and refurbishing high-end bespoke houses, running for the past 20 years.
With an impressive portfolio, we are a family run business who are totally hands on during the construction and post construction phases. We always prefer to build in a traditional style but use state of the art eco-friendly systems to heat and power our homes. We feel the benefit of being a small family run business and not a large corporate company is that we are always approachable and especially attentive during the post sales period and pride ourselves on our service after occupation.
Please find enclosed a brief overview for The Brambles, along with a few photographs of projects that we have built or refurbished over the last 10 years.
We anticipate numbers 2,3 and 4 The Brambles being ready for occupation by September / October 2021, and number 1 The Brambles being ready for occupation by December 2021 / January 2022, however we are able to take reservations now.
Services: Mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Private drainage. Central heating and hot water from energy efficient air source central heating.
Postcode: RG7 5RH
Predicted EPC Ratings: To Be Confirmed
Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council: Telephone
From our offices in the centre of Goring-on-Thames turn left and proceed down the High Street across the River Bridge and up to the top of Streatley-on-Thames High Street where at the traffic lights turn left for Pangbourne. On reaching Pangbourne continue into the village and the junction with the High Street continue straight across heading towards Theale on the A329. Upon reaching the main roundabout at Theale take the 4th exit onto the A4. In a further approximate 4 miles, just before reaching Woolhampton village itself, The Brambles will be found off on the left-hand side, privately approached and well set back from the road.
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The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services so cannot verify that they are in working order. If required, the client is advised to obtain verification. These particulars are issued on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through Warmingham & Co. Whilst all due care is taken in the preparation of these particulars, no responsibility for their accuracy is accepted, nor do they form part of any offer or contract. Intending clients must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy prior to signing a contract.
2 The Brambles, Woolhampton
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Midgham Station2.8 miles
- Aldermaston Station1.1 miles
- Thatcham Station5.5 miles
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