A stunning Listed period house in a sought after village

This stunning and beautifully presented four floor character property is a mixture of both traditional and modern decoration throughout, it was designed by Sir Gilbert Scott who also built St Pancras Station. The accommodation comprises of an extensive lower ground floor with ample storage, a laundry room, boot room and reception room currently used as an office, which could easily be converted into a den or play room. On the ground floor there is the kitchen which has modern built in units, which is filled with ample natural light flowing through a beautiful feature bare brick archway from the conservatory currently set up as the dining room/reception room with dual aspect windows, and French doors opening up onto the patio. There is also a drawing room that has been decorated in a modern style yet still captures and maintains the period character of the property, including a feature fireplace. The first and second floors consist of the sleeping accommodation with three bedrooms on each. The master bedroom is on the first floor and is served by a shower room with twin his & her sinks. The family bathroom serves the other 2 bedrooms again with twin sinks and is complemented by a free standing roll top bath tub. The second floor features the remaining 3 bedrooms serviced with another shower room and one ensuite. This level also benefits from an independent kitchenette, ideal for guests or multi-generation living.

Outside

There is a large gravel area for parking, and a paved pathway leading to the front door of the property, to the left of this is the garden, which has been extensively looked after and are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and various shrubs and flowers edging the boundaries giving a mixture of colour, privacy and shade in the height of summer. As the inside of the property flows to the outside, there is a patio area large enough for garden furniture, ideal for al fresco dining, entertaining, or simply relaxing.

Situation

Tile Barn Holt is situated in the popular area of Woolton Hill, just south of Newbury. Woolton Hill is an extremely sought after village with very good local facilities including a shop/post office, church, pub, tennis club, a monthly village market and excellent local schools; further afield are independent schools such as Downe House, Cheam and Horris Hill to name a few. Positioned just on the Berkshire and Hampshire border, the surrounding area is renowned for its rolling countryside with extensive walking and riding. Newbury itself, just 4 miles away provides a wider range of amenities including John Lewis, Waitrose, numerous gyms, golf clubs and the Racecourse. Communications via both rail and road into London are good and the property is within easy access of the A34 and M4.

Directions

From Newbury, follow the A343 south towards Andover for approximately 3 miles. After passing under the A34 follow the road for approximately 0.5 miles and take the right turn signposted to Woolton Hill. Continue along this road for approximately 0.5 miles and just after passing the school on the left, take the right turn into Tile Barn, opposite the turning into Church Road. The entrance to the proeprty will be found on the left hand side.

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Other features

  • Drawing room
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room/conservatory
  • Kitchen
  • Office
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms (1 ensuite)
  • Kitchenette
  • Laundry room/Boot room/Extensive Storage

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Ref: NEW190009

Tile Barn, Woolton Hill Newbury Berkshire RG20

Guide Price
£1,345,000

Ref: NEW190009

Tile Barn, Woolton Hill Newbury Berkshire RG20

Guide Price
£1,345,000