A handsome unlisted period house comfortably nestled in approximately 18 acres close to Hungerford.
Inleaze House is a stunning period property which has recently, carefully and skilfully been renovated and styled to create a contemporary country house of style and distinction. The house sits comfortably in its generous grounds, and has charming rural views from all aspects of the property. The house benefits from a light and spacious kitchen/breakfast room, large enough for a comfortable seating and reception area from one end. Beautiful bleached wooden floors, set off a stylish modern feel in this beautiful period property. There is a large drawing room with open fire place, and generous sash windows, filling the room with natural light and allowing views over the gardens and grounds. The house boasts six bedrooms, and three bathrooms, two of the bedrooms are located off a separate staircase offering versatile accommodation and a degree of separation in the living quarters. The house is situated within Hungerford Park, a special rural spot between the popular centres of Hungerford & Kintbury. Planning has been granted for various adjustments to the main house and garage. All interested parties should make their own enquiries with the local planning authority, West Berkshire. Planning reference 08/01210/HOUSE
This property has 18 acres of land.
Inleaze House is approach via a long gated drive way, with paddock land either side. The house is a nestled in approximately 18 acres of grounds, which are mainly pasture. There is an attractive old brick walled garden, which houses a modern 15m x 5m swimming pool, which is air source and natural salt water in a beautiful setting. There is a brick outbuilding close to the house offering garaging and storage.
Hungerford, Inkpen and Kintbury all have well regarded primary schools. For secondary education, there is a wide choice in the area including Cheam, Elstree, Downe House, St Johns Marlborough, Marlborough College and Bradfield College. The nearby village of Kintbury provides excellent local amenities including a village shop/post office, doctors' surgery, bakery, butcher and popular pub. A good choice of cafes, pubs and shops can be found in Hungerford and Marlborough and the larger town of Newbury caters for most other everyday needs. Communications are excellent with easy access to both the M4 and the A34 linking with London, Heathrow Airport and the West Country, train services from Hungerford, Kintbury and Newbury all provide direct links into London Paddington in around an hour.
From Newbury, take the A4 west towards Hungerford, go over the two round-abouts continuing to follow the A4 for approximately 5 miles. After approximately 5 miles, you will approach a cross road named Radley Bottom take the left hand turn through the white picket fence and continue along Radley Bottom which is a straight road, lined with trees on either side. Follow the partly restricted-usage road Radley Bottom, for approximately half a mile going past a few houses and driveways on your left hand side, go through the white picket gates and turn immediately right, as you approach you will find Inleaze House on your right hand side.Read all
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- 6 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Boot room
- Utility room
- Plant room
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