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Property details

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 3 reception rooms

Features

  • Remarkable, unique and sizeable period farmhouse
  • Substantial plot circa 0.72 acre
  • Contemporary updates seamlessly merge with a wealth of retained character
  • Wall and ceiling beams, Inglenook fireplaces and inset wood burning stoves
  • Kitchen/breakfast room with a large boot room/utility
  • Dining room, living room and study
  • Four spacious double bedrooms
  • Generous master with large en suite
  • Gardens with an orchard, vegetable plot, outbuilding, detached garage and ample parking
  • Scenic rural, well-connected setting

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Description

The Property This is a remarkable, sizeable and unique period farmhouse, finished to a high specification throughout. Contemporary updates seamlessly merge with a wealth of retained character, with ceiling and wall beams throughout the majority of the home.
A welcoming entrance hall presents an Inglenook fireplace with an inset wood burning stove, whilst leading to the three reception rooms and a guest cloakroom, as well as offering stairs to the first floor. A double aspect front living room presents ideal, generous entertainment space with an Inglenook fireplace and inset wood burning stove. Ideal for social gatherings, a spacious dining room offers space in excess of 25ft, presenting rear aspect views overlooking the picturesque garden. Double doors open from the dining room to a notable conservatory, ideal for afternoon tea with guests, with ample space for seating and an array of window views, with French doors to the garden. A front aspect study further features, ideal for professionals working from home.
The kitchen/breakfast room offers a spacious family hub, featuring a large Inglenook fireplace and bread oven, whilst including an array of good quality Neptune units, incorporating a Butler sink and finished with French limestone flooring. A good sized, fitted utility/boot room conveniently links to the kitchen, benefitting from access to the garden.
Upstairs, a spacious, galleried landing presents a vaulted ceiling, leading to the four generous, well proportioned double bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom, comprising a four piece suite including a roll-top bath and a separate shower. A bright, spacious master bedroom features a contemporary en suite with a large walk-in shower.

The Grounds This residence is set amidst a substantial plot circa 0.72 of an acre, with well established gardens to both sides and the rear, screened with mature hedgerow to offer a good degree of privacy. Mainly laid to lawn, an apple orchard, vegetable plot and large outbuilding further feature, ideal for outdoor entertaining. A detached double garage is of further benefit, along with driveway parking for numerous cars.

Location Bramshill is set in Hart and offers a rural landscape complemented by numerous rivers and a 17th century manor home, Bramshill House. Historically, Bramshill was an estate owned by the Lord of the Manor. The area is a site of Special Scientific Interest, strewn with bridleways and footpaths, ideal for leisurely strolls. Despite a rural location, the property offers good commuting by road, a short drive from the A33, connecting to the M4. Neighbouring villages, Eversley and Hazeley Heath provide amenities. Wokingham station serves London Waterloo in 50 minutes, also offering direct links to Ascot and Guildford. A number of reputable schools are within easy reach, including St. Neots, Wellington College and Charles Kingsley.

Agent's Comment "This desirable period farmhouse is superbly presented throughout, offering a fantastic well-connected rural location and generous, private gardens."

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Local Amenities

  • Mortimer 4.6 miles
  • Winchfield 4.9 miles
  • St Neot's School 1.4 miles
  • Farley Hill Primary School 1.5 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Mortimer 4.6 miles
  • Winchfield 4.9 miles
  • St Neot's School 1.4 miles
  • Farley Hill Primary School 1.5 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in RG27:

  • £339,579
  • Price decrease

  • -£22,541
  • (-6.225%)
  • Over the last 12 months

In the last 12 months

  • Average sale price

    £353,079
  • Properties sold

    29

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18th Sep 2020 £1,250,000 First listed
21st Jul 2016 £857,000 Last sold

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