Immaculately presented five bedroom family home in a highly sought-after location.
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Named after the adjoining Channels woods and built in around 1976 using some bricks from the sites original 18th century cottage, Channels offers over 2,300 sq. ft. of light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over three floors and benefits from additional accommodation above the detached double garage. The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming double-height reception hall and briefly comprises a large drawing room with feature open fireplace and French doors to the garden, a generous dining room and a spacious kitchen/breakfast room with a neighbouring fitted utility room. The kitchen provides a range of wall and floor units with a breakfast bar, granite worktops, an Aga and modern integrated appliances including a refrigerator and dishwasher. On the first floor a large galleried landing leads to a spacious master bedroom with built-in storage and a contemporary en suite bathroom with separate walk-in shower, two further well proportioned bedrooms and a family shower room. The propertys two remaining bedrooms can be found on the second floor, together with a second family bathroom.
The property is approached through a fivebar gate over a gravelled driveway offering parking for multiple vehicles and giving access to the detached double garage. External steps lead from an enclosed paved courtyard up to a large office/recreational space with exposed A frame ceiling on the first floor, suitable for a variety of uses including conversion into a self-contained annexe if required (STP). The well-maintained garden is laid mainly to gently sloping lawn bordered by mature shrubs and trees and features a vegetable garden area with greenhouse, two sheds, apple trees and a wood store. There is also a generous raised paved terrace, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the whole enjoying far-reaching views over the village green, woodland and open fields.
Overlooking the village green, Channels sits in a prime position in Midgham, a lovely small village extending from the Kennet & Avon canal in the north across old water meadows and into rolling farmland and woods, which benefits from its own parish church, village hall and public house. The nearby village of Bucklebury offers a good selection of day-to-day independent shopping, while Newbury provides a more comprehensive range of amenities including shops, restaurants, theatres and sporting facilities. There is a variety of recreational pursuits available in the area and the surrounding countryside is renowned for walking, cycling and riding.
Communications links are excellent, with easy access to the M4 and a local station offering regular trains to central London in around an hour. The range of state schooling in the area is excellent, including Woolhampton CE Primary School and Kennet School (rated Outstanding by Ofsted) together with a good selection of noteworthy independent schools including Elstree, Alder Bridge, The Cedars, Padworth College, Bradfield College and Downe House.
From Pangbourne, follow Church Road (A340) for 3.6 miles then at the roundabout take the 4th exit onto Bath Road (A4). Stay on A4, then turn right onto New Road Hill. After 0.8 mile turn right and then right again and Channels can be found on the right-hand side.Read all
- Immaculately presented.
- In a wonderful location, overlooking Midgham Green and paddocks.
- Convenient location for commuting.
- Useful annexe/office space which could be converted (STP).
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