A superb five-bedroom family home, with attractive accommodation all in approximately 1.45 acres
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Glencot is a well-presented detached family home that features light and airy accommodation with a spacious, flexible living space finished with clean, neutral décor throughout. The main ground floor reception room is the 21ft sitting room, with its wooden flooring, fireplace fitted with a woodburning stove and sliding glass doors opening onto the rear gardens. It is a thoroughly pleasant space in which to relax or entertain. There is also a formal dining room, while the kitchen and breakfast room has plenty of storage space in cream-coloured units, a range cooker and space for all of the necessary appliances. The breakfast area has space for a dining table and a door leading to the rear gardens. There are three double bedrooms on the ground floor, each of which enjoy south-facing aspects. The family bathroom is also found on the ground floor, next to the family bathroom there is a further room that is currently used as a dressing room with en suite shower room but has scope to be used as another bedroom, a nursery or a small office. To the first-floor there is a bedroom and a space which is currently used as a childrens playroom, but has scope to be change into a further bedroom, with the proper planning permission in place. Please note, all perspective buyers should make their own enquiries via the relevant council. A separate section of the first-floor, accessed via a different staircase, has the final bedroom situated on the floor above the garage.
To the front of the property there is a gravel driveway, with plenty of parking space, while the property has an integrated garage, providing further parking or storage space. To the rear, there is a paved terrace area at the back of the house, while the gardens extend to more than 600ft, with a vast expanse of lawn, bordered by hedgerow and mature trees of various varieties.
The village of Woolhampton is set in a rural location close to the popular Berkshire town of Newbury. The village has a local shop, a pub and a primary school, as well as the independent Elstree School, while the nearby village of Aldermaston Wharf provides further everyday amenities, including local shops. Thatcham and Newbury offer a good selection of amenities and leisure facilities, plus an excellent choice of schools, including the outstanding-rated Kennet School in Thatcham and the independent Cedars School, Alder Bridge School and Cheam School. The area is well connected by road, with the A339 and A4 providing access towards the M3 and M4, while rail services are available from Midgham station, less than half a mile away (1hr 7 mins direct to London Paddington, 57 mins via Reading).
From Strutt & Parkers Newbury office, head up The Broadway and at the roundabout, take the first exit onto Oxford Street. At the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Oxford Road and then at the next roundabout, take the third exit onto the A4/Western Avenue, following the sign for Thatcham. Filter onto the A339 and then keep left to turn back onto the A4/London Road. Continue to follow the A4 through Thatcham, and stay on the A4 for just over six miles, before turning left onto New Road Hill in Woolhampton. You will find the property on your left-hand side after a quarter of a mile.Read all
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- 5 Bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Shower room
- Approximately 1.45 acres of Gardens
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