A compact Oxfordshire estate with enormous potential on the banks of the River Thames
Coombe Park is a compact residential estate extending to about 125 acres in total.
It is a very unusual property. The main house is situated at the end of a three-quarter mile long drive through a private mature park and has outstanding views.
The house was renovated and restored in the mid 1980s to provide substantial reception rooms and the property retains many of the period features of the original house.
The main house comprises part of the old servants' wing and Coach House of the original house which dated from the 18th Century. It was extended and refurbished in 1982 and extends to about 13,368sqft.
The accomodation is in poor order having been unoccupied a number of years, but includes 4 main reception rooms, indoor swimming pool, entrance hall, extensive cellars, 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.
This property has 125 acres of land.
The gardens and grounds are extensive and include a former orangery, an overgrown walled garden, former greenhouses and outbuildings, a disused outdoor swimming pool as well as some fine specimen trees.
Forming the Coach House complex there are other ancillary buildings providing excellent office and residential accommodation including 3 cottages as well as stabling and padocks.
There is a boat house on the river and stabling.
The property is situated on the edge of Whitchurch-on-Thames on the southern edge of the Chiltern Hills which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village itself enjoys an attractive position on the River Thames with local facilities which can also be found in the nearby village of Pangbourne.
Leave the M4 at Junction 12, taking the A4 exit to Theale/Reading. At the first two roundabouts exit on the A4/Bath Road. At the third roundabout take the third exit, the A340. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A329 and into Pangbourne. At the next roundabout take the first exit onto Whitchurch road / B471. Follow the road, passing over the toll bridge. Take the next left onto Manor Road and follow the road round until you come to the gates of Coombe Park ahead of you.Read all
- Country House
- Timber Lodge
- Coach House complex
- Stud Cottage
- Clock Lodge
- Five offices
- Boat House
- Sports pavillion
- Indoor tennis court
- Long carriage drive
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