Character house with versatile accommodation, large gardens and land totally 4.35 acres in a secluded location.
This appealing rural property would suit a number of purchasers and features well-proportioned accommodation with neutrally decorated interiors. There are a number of reception rooms which provide flexible accommodation and the master bedroom is accessibly located on the ground floor. The large reception hall leads through into the dual-aspect drawing room. This generously sized space features an elegant open fireplace and French doors leading out into the garden. Internal glazed doors open up to allow the space to flow into a very impressive light-filled orangery, which boasts a classic design and views across the gardens and countryside beyond.
The kitchen/breakfast room features traditional-style cream units with integrated appliances along with a central island fitted with an induction hob. The breakfast area overlooks the garden, while the large adjacent utility room provides access to the garden. Also located on the ground floor are a good-sized dining room and a large study/bedroom 4, along with the master bedroom with en suite bathroom. A second well-proportioned bedroom is located on the first floor along with a large family bathroom and a single bedroom.
Nightingales occupies a wonderful rural setting and sit well within its plot whilst overlooking gardens and land of around 4.35 acres. The majority of it is laid to lawn and dotted with mature trees and provide lovely views from the rear of the house. The land would also suit those who keep horses, as some of it could fenced off as paddock land for grazing.
The property is approached via a long gravel driveway which provides excellent privacy, and culminates in a larger area in front of the house which provides parking for several vehicles.
Established planting to the front of the house along with heritage green painted window frames and front door add extra appeal. A patio area set away from the house is the ideal spot for al fresco relaxation, and dining, with far reaching views over its own land and neighbouring farmland.
The double garage is separate from the house and to the side. It has stairs leading to the first floor which is currently used for storage, but could be converted to further accommodation, subject to the usual consents. Applicants are advised to make their own enquiries regarding this with West Berkshire Council.
Lot Acres: 4.35