An enchanting grade II Listed 1920s lodge house set in grounds and paddocks of over 6.5 acres
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The Little Lodge is a striking grade II Listed rural retreat situated off The Avenue, Bucklebury, a popular local address. The house sits in an enviable plot of over 6 acres and has delightful rural views to the rear of the property. The Little Lodge is dates back to the 1920's and is a wooden clad 'Hansel & Gretel' style cottage under a glazed clay tile roof. The house has been refurbished in recent years and offers versatile accommodation over two floors. These improvements have seamlessly blended the period aesthetic of the house with more modern up-to-date living. In addition to the main house there is a one bedroom studio annexe and in the garage complex there is a playroom/gym.
This property has 6.47 acres of land.
The house is approached over a gated gravel driveway leading to the garage and parking for several cars. French doors from the sitting room lead onto a south facing terrace at the rear of the house. A large, level lawn surrounds the house, interspersed with mature specimen trees and shrubs. There are spectacular far reaching views from the garden across the surrounding countryside. Beyond the garden is almost 5 acres of paddock land with separate access from the lane.
The Little Lodge is situated on The Avenue, near Bucklebury, a magnificent avenue of Oak trees between the villages of Bradfield and Chapel Row. There are good local facilities in Chapel Row including the popular Bladebone pub, and the Blackbird cafe. Pangbourne offers a wider range of day to day shops and services including main line rail links to London Paddington within the hour and Newbury offers even more comprehensive amenities. The property also benefits from good road links having easy access to the M4. There is an excellent selection of well-regarded schools in the area, including Bucklebury Primary School, Downe House, Elstree School, Pangbourne College, Bradfield College, and Cedars School.
Approaching Chapel Row and The Avenue from Broad Lane and Bucklebury, pass the Bladebone pub on your right and the surgery on your left, continue for a short distance and the entrance to the property is the last gravel driveway on the right immediately before the right turn to Beenham and The Six Bells pub. Approaching The Avenue from Bradfield Southend, pass through the Acorn posts on either side of the road and then immediately after the left turn to Beenham and The Six Bells pub, the entrance to The Little Lodge is the first gravel turning on the left.Read all
- Entrance hall
- Family room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Sitting room
- Shower room
- 4 bedrooms, one with en suite
- Family bathroom
- Annexe comprising bedroom, sitting room, bathroom
- Gardens and Grounds
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