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Frilsham, Berkshire

Sold STC £800,000
1.3 ac.

Property Description

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  • 1.3 acres (0.53 hectares)

Key features

  • Superb opportunity to build a classic family house in an outstanding position
  • 4 bedroom suites
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/family room
  • Utility room
  • Attic
  • Carport
  • Garden of 1.301 acres

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A superb opportunity to build a classic family house in an outstanding position

Proposed accommodation: Hall, Cloakroom, Sitting room, Drawing room, Kitchen/family room, Utility room, Larder, Master bedroom with en suite dressing room and bathroom, 3 further bedrooms with en-suite bath/shower rooms, Large attic, Detached carport, Garden with mature trees and pond. In all 1.301 acres (0.527 hectares)

Mallards Haven is in an idyllic rural location
on the edge of Frilsham, which lies between
Newbury and Streatley. Mallards Haven is
about 2 miles from the charming village of
Yattendon where there is a range of amenities
which include a village school, shop, hairdresser, coffee shop, delicatessen and pub and within a few minutes’ walk from the renowned Pot Kiln restaurant and pub. The surrounding countryside is some of the prettiest in the area there are plenty of public footpaths and bridleways from which to
enjoy it. There are further shops and services
in nearby Newbury and Pangbourne and good access to Reading and Oxford. Communications to London and the rest of the country are excellent by road via the M4 and A34 and by rail via Pangbourne or Theale stations.

• Pangbourne 6miles (Paddington within the hour)
• Streatley 7 miles
• Newbury 9 miles
• Reading 12 miles
• M4 (J12) 6.5 miles

The Property
Planning permission was granted by West
Berkshire Council on the 16th December 2016 for the ‘Demolition of the existing dwelling, erection of replacement dwelling with associated parking, turning and landscape works’. (Ref: 16/02604/FULD).

The plans show a large family house built to a classic farmhouse style in keeping with its rural surroundings. It is situated in the centre of the site approached from a gravel drive with garaging to one side and with south facing gardens to the rear.
The accommodation is currently on two floors but there is potential to extend the accommodation by converting the loft, subject to the usual consents. The layout is designed for modern living with a large south facing kitchen/living space, two well proportioned reception rooms together with a walk in larder and utility/boot room. On the first floor are 4 bedrooms suites including a master with an adjoining dressing room.

Planning permission was also granted on the
10th May 2017 for the ‘Demolition of existing
workshop/garage and erection of cart shed’.
(Ref: 17/00401/HOUSE). The proposed building comprises garaging for two cars and a lock up store together with a home office and WC above.

There is potential to create a superb garden for the house which has a wide selection of established trees as well as a large natural pond. There are also lovely views over the adjoining farm and woodland to the rear.

Property Information
Services: Mains water and electricity

Postcode: RG189XQ

Local Authority: West Berkshire Council,
Tel: 01635 42400

Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the Newbury office 01635 45501 or with the Goring office 01491 871111

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
19 July 2017

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