A detached four-bedroom family home on the fringes of a highly sought-after village
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Bracken House is a handsome Georgian styled property offering light-filled flexible accommodation arranged over two floors. Featuring a wealth of wooden flooring, the ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall and briefly comprises a large 25 ft. drawing room with a front aspect bow window, feature fireplace with wood burning stove and double doors to a triple aspect glazed conservatory with French doors to the garden terrace. There is also a generous dining room with feature bow window and a well-proportioned rear aspect study with built in storage. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a spacious dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and floor units, a range cooker, integrated appliances, space for a table for more informal meals and a door to the rear terrace. principal bedroom with a large contemporary en suite shower room with twin sinks, three further well-proportioned bedrooms and a spacious modern family bathroom with freestanding bath and double walk-in shower.
The property is approached over a gravelled driveway offering parking for multiple vehicles and giving access to the detached double garage and block-paved hardstanding to the rear. The front garden is laid mainly to lawn with a well-stocked central feature flowerbed and steps rising to a generous raised paved terrace and to the front door. To the rear the garden is laid mainly to gently sloping lawn and features a decked seating area with gazebo over and a large split-level decked terrace, both ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the whole enjoying far-reaching views over woodland and the surrounding countryside.
Woolhampton village offers a good range of day-to-day amenities including a village store, public house, popular primary school and the independent Elstree School. Centred around a village green, Midgham is 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. Communications links are excellent, with easy access to the M4 and Midgham station offering regular trains to central London in around an hour. The area offers a wide range of state schooling 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 Strutt & Parkers Newbury office, follow Oxford Street and Oxford Road to Western Avenue (A4). Continue onto A339 then use the left two lanes to turn left onto London Road (A4). After 1.5 miles at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Tull Way and continue straight for 1.2 miles. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Heath Lane then, at the roundabout take the 2nd exit to stay on Heath Lane. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto Floral Way and stay on this road for 1.2 miles. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Bath Road (A4) and follow A4 for 2.6 miles. Turn left and Bracken House can be found on the left-hand side.Read all
- Reception hall
- Drawing room
- Dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Principal bedroom with en suite shower room
- 3 Further bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Double garage
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