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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Twyford, Reading, RG10

Guide Price £1,200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Period Georgian Coach House
  • Close to Twyford shops and station
  • Full of character
  • High ceilings and 3,000 sq ft
  • Walled garden and parking
  • EPC Rating E

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Originally a Coach House on the old road from London to Bath, this unique property was built in 1780 in the reign of George III. Converted about 40 years ago, the Coach House is now a surprisingly spacious and comfortable family home, full of character and original features. With nearly 3,000 sq ft of accommodation, the house is privately tucked away in a walled garden and features high ceilings, exposed timbers, exposed brickwork, open fireplaces and is surprisingly light and airy. The garden faces South and is a real sun trap. There is off road parking and the village amenities of Twyford are less than 300 yards away. EPC Rating E.
LOCAL INFORMATION
Coach House is on the edge of Twyford which has local shops including a Waitrose and a number of restaurants and coffee shops. More comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities can be found at nearby Henley (5 miles) and Reading (7 miles). Communications are excellent with Twyford (just over half a mile walk) Stations having a fast connection to London (Paddington from 30 minutes) with Crossrail allowing direct access to the City, Canary Wharf, the West End and Heathrow from 2019. From J10 (4 miles) at Reading or via the A4 and A404M (5.5 miles) there is access to the M40, M25 and M3 motorway networks and to Heathrow Airport in under 20 miles. Schooling in the area includes the Piggott School (0.5 mile) and a number of junior and infants schools including the popular Dolphin School (1.4 miles).
ACCOMMODATION
• Entered through secure timber gates, the paved courtyard leads to the front door and into
• Hallway with exposed brick walls
• Dining room with large window to front, inglenook fireplace with log store to side, book shelves
• Cosy family room with stairs to first floor
• Superb 36' by 23' sitting room, double aspect with two pairs of French windows to garden, inglenook fireplace with log store to side, tiled floor, exposed painted beams
• Kitchen/breakfast room with range of fitted wall and floor cabinets, granite worktops, slate floor, island breakfast bar with oak top, dishwasher, gas hob, twin ovens, fridge and freezer
• Utility room with plumbing for washing machine
• Cloakroom
Stairs to first floor
• Master bedroom, a stunning room with a double aspect and semi-circular window, exposed painted timbers, oak floor
• Master bathroom with bath tub, walk-in shower, twin hand basins
• Dressing room
Accessed from the family room are
• Three further bedrooms
• Family bathroom with shower and bath.

OUTSIDE
The driveway to the Coach House is located just off the Old Bath Road. There are parking spaces for 2/3 cars and further parking on the courtyard if required. Large timber gates give entrance to the garden which is part paved and has a level lawn. The pale painted wall gives a high level of privacy and seclusion and there are mature trees and shrubs and climbing roses.
LOCAL AUTHORITY and SERVICES
All mains connected. Gas fired central heating.
Wokingham Borough Council, www.wokingham.gov.uk.

CONVEYANCING
Through our in house Conveyancing team, we can ensure ease and efficiency for a competitive, no-sale, no-fee quote. Ask us for a quote today.
DISCLAIMER
These particulars are a general guide only. They do not form part of any contract. Services, systems and appliances have not been tested.
BUYERS INFORMATION
In accordance with HMRC Anti Money Laundering Regulations a buyer(s) must attend our office to provide Photo Identification and Proof of Address (valid in last 3 months) once a sale is agreed.

Originally a Coach House on the old road from London to Bath, this unique property was built in 1780 in the reign of George III. Converted about 40 years ago, the Coach House is now a surprisingly spacious and comfortable family home, full of character and original features. With nearly 3,000 sq ft of accommodation, the house is privately tucked away in a walled garden and features high ceilings, exposed timbers, exposed brickwork, open fireplaces and is surprisingly light and airy. The garden faces South and is a real sun trap. There is off road parking and the village amenities of Twyford are less than 300 yards away. EPC Rating E.

Originally a Coach House on the old road from London to Bath, this unique property was built in 1780 in the reign of George III. Converted about 40 years ago, the Coach House is now a surprisingly spacious and comfortable family home, full of character and original features. With nearly 3,000 sq ft of accommodation, the house is privately tucked away in a walled garden and features high ceilings, exposed timbers, exposed brickwork, open fireplaces and is surprisingly light and airy. The garden faces South and is a real sun trap. There is off road parking and the village amenities of Twyford are less than 300 yards away. EPC Rating E.


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