A barn influenced detached mainly single storey home set on the fringes of a sought-after village with local rail station.
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Stratfield House is an attractive timber-clad family home providing flexible accommodation arranged primarily over a single storey with the benefit of a first floor mezzanine, designed to create an ideal living and entertaining space. The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming wood effect hall and comprises an extensive open plan sitting room, kitchen and dining room with double height vaulted ceilings throughout. The sitting room features wood effect flooring, a contemporary freestanding woodburner and full-height glazing to two aspects with numerous glazed doors to the garden terrace. The kitchen/dining area offers a range of modern wall and floor units with a large central island and breakfast bar, quartz worktops, space for a sizeable dining table and full-height glazing incorporating two further doors to the garden terrace. Stairs rise to a feature first floor mezzanine overlooking the kitchen and dining area, currently configured as a study and featuring double doors to a spacious loft area.
The ground floor accommodation is completed by a bedroom wing providing a large principal bedroom with a side aspect door to the garden, an additional bedroom with a contemporary en suite shower room and one further bedroom. All three bedrooms benefit from wood effect flooring and doors to the garden terrace, and share a generous modern family bathroom.
The property is approached over a driveway offering private parking for multiple vehicles and a low-maintenance front garden with areas of level lawn interspersed with paved pathways. The remaining garden to the side and rear of the property is laid mainly to level lawn and features a large wraparound split level paved terrace accessible from the sitting room and a separate paved terrace off the dining area, both ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, together with a gravelled terrace off the bedroom wing.
The lovely village of Bramley offers a good range of day-to-day amenities including a village shop, bakery and public house. Nearby Basingstoke offers more extensive shopping, leisure and recreational facilities. Communications links are excellent: the M4 and M3 motorways are nearby and Bramley village railway station offers direct services to Basingstoke and Reading with links to central London in less than an hour.
The area offers a wide range of state schooling including Bramley C of E Primary School in the village and Everest Community Academy, together with a good selection of noted independent schools including Sherfield, Daneshill, Padworth College, The Cedars, St. Neots and Elstree.
From the M3 (Junction 6) take the A339 towards Basingstoke. Stay on the A339 at the traffic lights and then take the slip road A33 towards Reading. Continue towards North Binfields and Sherfield on Loddon for about 3 miles. At the roundabout take the 1st exit, then turn left onto Reading Road and turn immediately right onto Bramley Road. Continue onto Sherfield Road and follow this road for 1.4 miles. Turn left at Folly Lane and after 0.2 miles Stratfield House can be found on the left-hand side.Read all
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