A handsome, three-storey family home, with stylish, contemporary interiors and a rural outlook

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Edenholme is a beautifully presented property, offering light and airy accommodation perfectly suited for a modern family lifestyle. The reception hall has ceramic tiled flooring which extends into the impressive, open-plan kitchen, dining and garden room at the rear of the home. A wall of glazed sliding doors, open onto a garden terrace blending the indoor living space seamlessly with the outdoors and offering the ideal environment for entertaining. The kitchen is fitted with modern units, integrated appliances, a large island unit and granite work surfaces. There is ample space for a formal dining table, along with a relaxed seating area and skylights ensure the room is filled with natural light from above. Adjacent to the kitchen is a utility room providing additional storage and space for appliances as well as access to the outside via an external door. The ground floor accommodation also provides a bay-fronted, drawing room with a wood-burning stove to provide warmth on a chilly evening and on the opposite side of the hallway, there is a family room, also featuring a bay window. A study offers an excellent space for homeworkers and along with a cloakroom completes the accommodation at this level.

On the first floor, there are three bedrooms, with the spacious principal room having an en suite shower room with vintage-style fittings and wardrobe storage. The family bathroom is similarly styled and offers a corner bath tub, as well as a separate shower cubicle. There are two further bedrooms on the second floor, along with a shower room.

Outside

The property is approached via wooden gates onto a gravel driveway which gives access to the garage and provides parking for numerous cars. There is evergreen hedging at the side boundaries to the front and areas of lawn with a paved pathway leading to the entrance porch. A large grassed area at the rear, provides ample space for play activities, with post and rail fencing on two sides allowing an open outlook and a borrowed landscape. A paved terrace adjoins the rear of the property and is enclosed by a low brick wall, with steps down, giving a sense of seclusion for dining and relaxing outdoors.

Situation

The village of Bradfield Southend provides a primary school, village store & post office, and gastro pub, The Queens Head, with two other popular pubs, The Bull and The Bladebone each only a short drive away in the neighbouring villages of Stanford Dingley and Chapel Row. Theale is about 4 miles distant and provides a further range of facilities including a commuter train to London, Paddington. Reading and Newbury are also close by and offer a comprehensive range of amenities including shops, restaurants and theatres.

The range of schooling in the area is excellent, including St Andrews, The Oratory, Elstree School, Bradfield College and Downe House. There are a variety of recreational pursuits available in the area and the surrounding countryside is renowned for its walks and rides.

Directions

From the M4, exit at Junction 12 and follow the A4/Bath Road and continue on Bath Road at the roundabout. At the next roundabout take the third exit onto the A340 and then take the first left turning onto Common Hill. Continue to the left turning for Union Road sign-posted to Bradfield Southend. Follow the road for approximately 2 miles through the village and then take the right turning onto Hungerford Lane where the property will be found a short distance on the right-hand side.

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Other features

  • Beatifully presented family home.
  • Spectacular living accommodation
  • Views to the rear of paddocks
  • Plentiful parking

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Ref: PNG210043

Hungerford Lane, Bradfield Southend Reading RG7

Guide Price
£1,300,000

Ref: PNG210043

Hungerford Lane, Bradfield Southend Reading RG7

Guide Price
£1,300,000