An impressive five-bedroom period house set in a sought-after location

23 Oxford Road is a handsome semi-detached period property offering almost 3 000 sq. ft of attractive accommodation featuring high ceilings, large sash windows and plenty of splendid original details. The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall and includes three comfortable, light and airy reception rooms, all of which are generously proportioned. The drawing room to the front has a bay window welcoming plenty of natural light, as well as an open fireplace with an attractive tiled surround. There is a formal dining room, also with an open fireplace. To the rear there is a southwest-facing, dual aspect garden room, with views across the rear gardens. This room has been used as a bedroom and provides a versatile space. The kitchen offers space for all the necessary appliances, along with an integrated oven and gas hob. Finally on the ground floor is a spendid bathroom with a roll top bath. There are four double bedrooms on the first floor; all of which benefit from fitted storage. The principle bedroom has an ensuite shower, toilet and washbasin. Two or the remaining three bedrooms bedrooms benefit from their own washbasins. The second floor has a further double bedroom with adjacent cloakroom and a loft room for storage, which could be converted into an additional bedroom or study if required. There is a family bathrooms on the first floor and cloakroom. The property also benefits form a spacious cellar.

Outside

At the front of the property there is a blockpaved driveway, providing parking space for up to two vehicles, while to the rear there is further vehicular access via Herewood Close, which opens onto an additional driveway and leads to the single garage. The walled gardens to the rear have an area of paved terracing and a lawn, with border flowerbeds, a variety of shrubs, border hedgerow and mature trees.

Situation

The property is located close to the centre of the historic and highly sought-after market town of Newbury. With its pedestrianized highstreet and market square, the town is a pleasant destination. There is an excellent choice of shopping, with the likes of Waitrose, which is just around the corner, and Marks and Spencers located within walking distance from the property as well as numerous pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities nearby, including the famous Newbury Racecourse. For the commuter, London is easily accessible from the town’s mainline station, with direct services to London Paddington taking less than an hour, while the M4 and A34 are just a short drive away. The town and area surrounding is home to many good schools, including Cheam, Downe House School, Elstree, Thorngrove, Brockhurst and Marlston, Horris Hill and St. Gabriel’s, amongst many more. There are the local primary schools of Robert Sandilands, The Winchcombe and Speenhamland which are all close by, as well as Trinity School secondary school.

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Other features

  • Living Room
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • Family Room
  • Principle bedroom with ensuite
  • 4 further bedrooms
  • 2 Family bathrooms
  • Cellar
  • Garage
  • Garden

Other details

  • Floorplan
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Ref: NEW200112

Oxford Road Newbury Berkshire RG14

Guide Price
£895,000

Ref: NEW200112

Oxford Road Newbury Berkshire RG14

Guide Price
£895,000