The recently completed detached family house offering in excess of 3500 sq.ft of accommodation, occupies a generous gated plot extending to about ¼ acre with a further paddock of just under a ½ acre, all backing on to open farm land. Approached via a brick paved driveway you enter the house via an oak framed porch into a bright entrance hall leading to the principle ground floor accommodation and an oak stair case leading upstairs. The main reception is double aspect with a dru Maestro Eco wave lpg gas fire place. Heading through to the rear is a huge kitchen/breakfast/ family room, with two large lantern roofs and bi-fold doors opening into the rear gardens. The kitchen is fitted with handmade and painted soft-close wall and base cabinets with Georgian style doors set on three sides around a large central island and breakfast bar, with an attractive oak mantle incorporating a Westin canopy extractor above a Falcon 5-zone induction top, range cooker. Other integrated appliances include an American style fridge/freezer dishwasher microwave oven and a Caple wine cooler. The utility room also has fitted storage and Siemens laundry appliances and houses the plant for the air-source heating system pressurised hot water storage. An inner lobby provides access to a study or potential guest room with a shower/cloakroom adjacent and further access to a large garage with electric door. From the first-floor galleried landing you have access to 5 generously proportioned bedrooms with lofty ceilings. The master bedroom featuring multi-aspect views and bi-folding doors with Juliet balcony with views over the rear gardens and paddocks beyond. It also has an en-suite bathroom with separate shower and fitted wardrobes. A guest suite with front and rear aspect also benefits with an en-suite shower room and the family bathroom serves the remaining three bedrooms. Outside to the rear is a wide paved terrace leading on to a large square lawn with post and rail fencing and a gate leading to a gravel driveway leading down the side of the house to a five bar gate accessing the rear paddock.
Services: Mains connected electric and water, Klargester Bioficient treatment plant. Nibe F2040 Air source heat pump.
Energy Performance Certificate Epc Band: (B)
Situated in rural location and just a short distance from Hurst village centre with its post office and general store, bakery, three public houses and highly regarded primary school. There is also a cricket club, village pond and play park with St Nicholas church located on the western fridges of the village. Twyford train station is approximately 3 miles distance offering regular services to London Paddington (Crossrail from late 2019) and to Reading from which connections to the rest of the national rail network can be made. Reading is about 8 miles distance and offers a superb range of shopping and entertainment facilities as well as being home to many large companies and international corporations located on several business parks surrounding the town. For those with sporting interests the local area has many golf courses, sports and health clubs including the Castle Royle Golf and Country club at Knowl Hill, with Cricket and football at Hurst, Tennis and Sailing at Wargrave and with numerous opportunities for equestrian, cycling and walking in the surrounding countryside. Local schools in the area include St. Nicholas Primary school in the village, The Dolphin independent school also in Hurst, Lambrook at Warfield, Crosfields in Reading, Reading Blue Coats in Sonning plus several other independent and Grammar schools in Reading itself.
From our office in central Twyford proceed across the central traffic lights into Church Street and continue straight on to the Waltham Road. Continue over the railway bridge and take the first right into Hurst Road (A321). Follow the road past the Station entrance and around the sharp left-hand bend and then out of Twyford and into Hurst village passing through Whistley Green. Continue through the Hurst village and past the village pond and cricket club and onto the Wokingham Road. Follow the road for about ¾ mile and take the left turn into Pound Lane. After a short distance bear left into Nelson Lane and the house the property can be found on the left-hand side.
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