An impressive period red-brick, detached family house with four bedrooms
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Heathcote House is a handsome period detached red-brick property, with four bedrooms and spacious, flexible accommodation, set in the Berkshire village of Bradfield Southend. The property provides four reception rooms, all of which are well-presented, with the accommodation displaying period features at several points, including exposed timber beams, leaded windows, fireplaces, and stripped pine doors and help to create a welcoming and cosy atmosphere; whilst high ceilings and neutral colour schemes give a feeling of light and space.
The ground floor has a well-proportioned, dual aspect drawing room, with an open fireplace, a comfortable sitting room with a woodburning stove and French doors opening onto the rear gardens, a formal dining room and a useful office. The kitchen and breakfast room has country-style units in green and granite worktops, and an Aga range cooker. A practical utility room with Belfast sink lies adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, three of which are doubles, including the generous master, which has an en suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom with an over-bath shower. All bath and shower rooms have been recently updated to a high standard by the current owners.
Please note the vendor of this property is an employee of (or a relative of an employee of) Strutt & Parker.
The property is located in the small village of Bradfield Southend, close to Bradfield, Pangbourne and nine miles west of the bustling town of Reading. The village is surrounded by beautiful countryside and provides a variety of everyday amenities, including a village store, a local pub and a primary school, while Bradfield College, an independent secondary school is found in Bradfield. There are a number of other excellent schools in the area including Pangbourne College, Downe House, St Andrew's and The Oratatory Preparatory Schools.
Reading, the nearest commercial centre to Bradfield Southend, has a wide range of large supermarkets, Department and chain stores in The Oracle Shopping Centre, making the town an excellent shopping destination. There is also a good range of leisure facilities including cinema, theatre, restaurants and bars. The nearest railway station is at Theale, 4.3 miles away, which offers services to London Paddington via Reading, while the M4 is just under five miles away.
From Pangbourne, take the A340/Church Road south away from the village, and continue for two and a quarter miles, passing over the M4 before turning right, following the sign for Bradfield. After almost three miles, at the junction, turn right onto South End Road and continue into Bradfield Southend. After passing St. Peters Church on your left, turn right onto Heath Road and then left onto Stanbrook Close. Heathcote House will be found on the right hand side.Read all
- Fantastic village location
- Walking distance to local village shop
- Excellent family home
- Charming Period features throughout
- Recently renovated bathrooms
- Generous Garden
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