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4 bed cottage for sale Newtown, Newbury, Hampshire RG20

4 beds
2 baths
4 receptions

Property location

  • St Gabriel's School0.4 miles
  • Highwood Copse Primary School0.8 miles
  • Newbury1.8 miles
  • Newbury Racecourse1.8 miles

Features and description

  • Entrance hall leading to dining room with wine store/bar area
  • Sitting room
  • Kitchen and utility/cloakroom
  • Study and garden/family room
  • Master bedroom with adjoining shower room
  • 3 further double bedrooms and family bathroom
  • Garage and off road parking
  • Beautiful landscaped walled garden
Newtown Common is an attractive scattered village community, lying to the south of Newbury, between Newbury and Burghclere. It is close to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and within easy reach of the renowned Watership Down, providing good walking and riding in beautiful countryside. There is excellent access to the major routes for travel of A34 and M4 and the mainline rail station in Newbury to London (Paddington). In nearby Burghclere, there is a public house, village hall, church, cricket club, a primary school and a secondary school. Newbury Town offers a good selection of shops and department stores, with a supermarket and retail park to the south of the town. There are plentiful restaurants, cafés, public houses and leisure facilities, including the Newbury Racecourse for horseracing, the attractive Kennet & Avon canal, the Corn Exchange and Watermill theatres. There are arts and sports centres, health and golf clubs, a bowls club, museums and an outdoor market on Thursdays and Saturdays. There are well regarded schools for all age groups and Newbury College, with its new campus under construction to the south of the town.

Deepnell House is a Grade II listed property and is believed to date back to about 1500. It is known to have been owned in 1516 by the Bishop of Winchester and was the village Forge at one stage. The property is presented in excellent condition and has been sympathetically restored and extended while retaining a wealth of charm and character. Much of the period features still remain including open fireplaces with bread oven, a priest hole, wig cupboard and beamed ceilings. The property offers very spacious accommodation and entered via an entrance lobby leading through to the lovely dining room with feature fireplace (now sealed) set in exposed brick wall with stone chimneybreast and priest hole to one side, exposed wall and ceiling timbers, wall light point, window to the front and door to a wine store/bar area with circular stainless steel sink with mixer tap in fitted surround with cupboards under, display shelf, recess spotlights, exposed ceiling and wall timbers and a window to the rear. The sitting room is a very spacious light and airy room with windows to the front and side and attractive round leaded light window to the side, feature inglenook fireplace with former bread oven and wood burning stove. The beautiful kitchen is fitted with an excellent range of wall and floor cupboards with granite work surfaces, space for range cooker, integrated dishwasher and fridge. To the rear of the property there is an open hall with staircase to the first floor and doors through to the utility room/cloakroom, a useful study and substantial family/garden room with casement doors to the rear, window to the side and exposed wall timbers. On the first floor there is a master bedroom which is a spacious double aspect room with windows to the front and side and a pretty round portal window, two fitted double wardrobes, exposed wall timbers, steps up to dressing area with window to the side, door to the luxury shower room. There are 3 further double bedrooms, one with two fitted double wardrobes, door to walk in storage area which was probably originally a ‘wig’ cupboard and the family bathroom white suite of wood panelled bath with shower mixer tap, Heritage wash hand basin in wood vanity unit, Heritage bidet and low level wc with concealed cistern, separate fully tiled shower cubicle with Aqualisa shower plumbed off the mains.

The property is approached over a paved area with an attractive circular raised flowerbed and an abundance of flowering plants leading to the front door. The beautiful rear garden is enclosed by an old brick wall to one side and timber fencing & a large beech hedge to the other side. The walled garden creates a stunning back drop to the garden and provides excellent seclusion. Adjacent to the house is a courtyard area for al fresco dining and double gates lead from the lane into concrete parking with a turning space in front of the detached single timber garage with power and light connected. Outside the back door there a further area for dining, offering a high degree of privacy and shelter.

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51 Northbrook Street, Newbury, RG14 1DT
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