In a stunning location, a four bedroom family house with equestrian facilities and excess 16 acres

Springfield is a traditional style, brick and part timber clad house, with light, airy interiors and neutral décor, providing the ideal environment for modern-day family living. The reception hall has wood flooring which extends into study and cloakroom and then into the kitchen/breakfast room, providing practicality, straightforward access and a sense of harmony. The kitchen is fitted with modern, cream coloured country style units and a breakfast bar forming the divide to an informal dining area. A very spacious drawing room has a feature, woodburning stove with raised hearth, and two sets of glazed sliding doors to access the terrace and garden and provide plenty of natural light.

The ground floor also offers a study, providing a space for home-workers, as well as a cloakroom and utility room.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms with the principal room having an en suite bathroom with separate shower and fitted wardrobes. The family bathroom is also at this level and has a bath and shower.

This property has 16.31 acres of land.

Outside

The property is afforded privacy from the road by evergreen hedging and mature trees, with a lane leading to the gravelled driveway of the house and adjacent double garage. Paved terracing to the rear, with a sunny southeasterly aspect provides opportunities for outdoor dining and relaxation, with a paved pathway leading to a Breeze House that seats 12. The garden is laid to lawn, interspersed with trees, and there are borders planted with shrubs and perennials. From the garden the remainder of the land can be found. These briefly comprise;

Paddock 1 A gravel driveway extends from the side of the house giving access via a metal gate to the two loose boxes with hay store and sand manège, set within a large paddock measuring approximately 3.38 acres.

Paddock 2 Lying south-west and adjacent to Paddock 1, approximately 1.49 acres.

Bella's Copse Approximately 5.66 acres of mature woodland and a wonderful haven for wildlife.

Land at Beenham Hill Measures about 7.27 acres with mains water supplied and direct, gated access to the village road, small pond.

Situation

Beenham is a delightful village which benefits from its own church, pub and primary school. The adjacent village of Bradfield Southend provides a further primary school, village store & post office, and gastro pub, The Queens Head. Theale is about 4 miles away and provides a further range of facilities including a fast commuter train to London, Paddington. Reading and Newbury are also close by and offer a comprehensive range of amenities including shops, restaurants and theatres. 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 and Bradfield Colleges respectively, and Cedars School.

Directions

From the M4, exit at Junction 12 and follow the A4/Bath Road, through Theale for 3.8 miles and then take the right turning to Beenham Hill. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Webbs lane and then the second left onto Stoneyfield where Wickens Corner will be found a short distance on the left-hand side.

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Other features

  • Idyllic semi-rural location
  • Excellent four bedroom family home
  • Stables
  • Manege
  • Delightful garden with Breeze House, leading to paddocks, field and mature woodland

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Ref: PNG210091

Wickens Corner, Beenham Reading RG7

Guide Price
£1,400,000

Ref: PNG210091

Wickens Corner, Beenham Reading RG7

Guide Price
£1,400,000