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3 Bedroom House For Sale
3 bedroom house for sale 20 525000Hillier & Wilson Estate Agents, Newburyrightmove

An attractive Grade II Listed cottage, originally built C1700’s and located in the sought after village of Beedon. The property was formally a Blacksmith’s cottage and was extended in the 1850’s, whilst also boasting lots of character original features. The ground floor comprises entrance hall, cloakroom, kitchen, sitting room with log burner and dining room with inglenook fireplace and original flooring; whilst upstairs there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally the property has an enclosed garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature hedge and tree borders and a patio seating area; it also has a double garage and stoned driveway parking accessed via gated entry to the front of the house. Beedon falls within the catchment area of the highly regarded Downs secondary school, whilst also being conveniently located with excellent road links nearby, including the A34 and M4 motorway. The market town of Newbury is just a short drive away and has a mainline railway station which provides regular direct links to London Paddington taking less than an hour. NO ONWARD CHAIN


3 Bedroom House For Sale
3 bedroom house for sale 16 1425000Warmingham & Co, Goring-on-Thamesrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

AMBER LODGE
EAST ILSLEY – BERKSHIRE


*Newbury 8 miles *Oxford – 17 miles *Reading – 19 miles
*Goring on Thames – 8 miles *Didcot – 9 miles *M4 at Chievely (J13) – 5 miles
Mainline Stations at Didcot, Goring & Streatley and Newbury
(Distances Approximate)



Centrally located in this historic village situated within the beautiful Berkshire Downlands, situated between Newbury and Oxford in an area of ‘outstanding natural beauty’, with outstanding schools nearby, and excellent road communications and a mainline commuter station for London (Paddington) within easy driving distance.


A delightful modern & contemporary 3 bedroom house, more recently modernised and tastefully presented throughout, to the highest standards, affording particularly spacious living accommodation overlooking its private mature garden, with off road parking to the rear.



Reception Hall
Utility / Cloakroom


Open-plan Sitting / Dining Room leading onto the garden
Kitchen


Central Landing
Large Master Bedroom with built-in wardrobes
2 further Double Bedrooms with built in wardrobes
Family Bathroom


Attractive & Mature Gardens
Timber Storage Shed


Private off-road Parking for 2 cars



LOCATION
The village of East Ilsley lies in a fold of the Berkshire Downs close to the historic Ridgeway Path and its geographical position on the Downlands largely determined its part in the pageant of history, being on one of the busiest ancient routes across the Downs, dating back to the Bronze Age. It became an important trading centre from the 13th century onwards for corn and later for wool, ultimately being granted a Royal Charter by James I in 1620.


The Sheep Fairs held fortnightly, were second only to Smithfield in London and at their height sold 400,000 with the record of 80,000 being penned in a single day. At the peak there were 24 inns and public houses catering for all the farmers, shepherds and drovers on market days.


Nowadays the village has successfully avoided the problem of overdevelopment retaining it’s timeless character, and, whilst continuing its link with farming, is more associated with racehorses, with several racing stables being located in or near the village.


The village has also greatly benefited from the A34 by-pass, which previously went straight through the centre of the village and is now sited away to the west of East Ilsley, becoming an important dual carriageway linking the south coast to the Midlands.


Around the central part of the village there are many examples of interesting period properties from timbered cottages to the more elegant Queen Ann and Georgian country houses, especially in Broad Street.  The village also boasts a village pond, parish church, two well-known established Inns and a highly respected primary school.


The Downs Secondary School is located just over the hill in Compton, which has built up an enviable reputation for academic standards in recent years and now boasts its own VI form and excellent Ofsted ratings. In addition to having well revered local state primary and secondary schooling, the area is also extremely well served by an excellent range of private schooling, of particular note; Cranford House School, The Oratory Preparatory School, Moulsford Preparatory School, St Andrews Preparatory School, The Oratory School, Pangbourne College, Brockhurst & Marlston House, Downe House, Rupert House School, Shiplake College, The Abbey School, Bradfield College, The Manor Preparatory School, Abingdon School, Abingdon Preparatory School, Radley College, and St Helen & St Katharine.


There are main line stations at Newbury (10 miles) and Didcot (9 miles), or Goring & Streatley (8 miles), providing fast commuter services up to London (Paddington) in approximately 45 mins.


The County town of Reading together with Oxford, Newbury and the M4 are all easily accessible, and the mainline station in Goring provides excellent commuter services up to London (Paddington and Waterloo).  Goring on Thames being the larger village has a wide range of shops and amenities as well as Restaurants, Riverside Café, Olde Worlde Inns, Bank, Doctors, Dentist, and 2 Hotels.



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
A delightfully light, spacious and contemporary three bedroom home in the central part of the village within walking distance of the primary school and village amenities. Beautifully presented throughout, and only more recently modernised, displaying in a modern and contemporary fashion, with high quality fixtures and fittings evident upon inspection, such as new windows, flooring, heating boiler & oil tank, kitchen, and bathroom, a central reception hall leads off to a useful utility room & cloakroom. The main reception room is a fantastic open-plan sitting / dining room, extended across the rear, with Velux windows bringing in lots of light along with the large windows overlooking the garden, and patio doors leading out. To the front of the house is the spacious kitchen, overlooking the front garden. To the first floor a central landing leads to 3 Double Bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes, and the tastefully finished family Bathroom. 



OUTSIDE
Across the frontage of the house is a neat lawned garden with low brick walled boundary and a variety of mature shrubs adding interest and privacy. A brick paved pathway leads to the front door, and to a timber gate providing access through a covered walkway / storage area to the rear garden. The attractive and sunny rear garden has a central lawn, with brick paviour terrace leading off the main reception room providing the perfect spot for outdoor dining and entertaining. A timber storage shed provides useful storage space, and a planted trellis screens the oil tank and working area. The side pathway continues to a pedestrian gate, leading out to a parking area where Amber Lodge has two private spaces.



GENERAL INFORMATION
Services: Mains electricity, water, and drainage are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating and hot water.
 
Postcode: RG20 7LE


Energy Efficiency Rating: C / 70


Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council – Telephone:



DIRECTIONS
From our offices in the centre of Goring turn left and proceed down the High Street over the River bridge and up to the top of Streatley High Street. At the traffic lights continue straight across on the B4009 road to Newbury.  After passing through the village of Aldworth turn right by the Four Points Pub sign posted for Compton and East Ilsley.  Continue through Compton and on reaching East Ilsley follow the one way system passing the Pond and along Broad Street. On meeting the junction bear left onto the High Street, Amber Lodge will be found a short way up on the left hand side.



VIEWING
Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co.


DISCLAIMER
The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services so cannot verify that they are in working order.  If required, the client is advised to obtain verification.  These particulars are issued on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through Warmingham & Co. Whilst all due care is taken in the preparation of these particulars, no responsibility for their accuracy is accepted, nor do they form part of any offer or contract. Intending clients must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy prior to signing a contract.
 



2 Bedroom House For Sale
2 bedroom house for sale 16 1325000Warmingham & Co, Goring-on-Thamesrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

1 WHITE HART
EAST ILSLEY – BERKSHIRE


*Newbury 8 miles *Oxford – 17 miles *Reading – 19 miles
*Goring on Thames – 8 miles *Didcot – 9 miles *M4 at Chievely (J13) – 5 miles
Mainline Stations at Didcot, Goring & Streatley and Newbury
(Distances Approximate)



Privately and centrally located in this historic village situated within the beautiful Berkshire Downlands, situated between Newbury and Oxford in an area of ‘outstanding natural beauty’, with outstanding schools nearby, and excellent road communications and a mainline commuter station for London (Paddington) within easy driving distance.


A delightful period yet modern and contemporary 2 bedroom house, forming part of an original stables, more recently modernised and stylishly presented throughout, to the highest standards, affording particularly spacious living accommodation, with delightful mature gardens and garage.



Reception Hall With Snug / Study Area
Sitting Room With Log Burner
Open Plan Kitchen / Breakfast Room


Landing
2 Double Bedrooms
Family Shower Room


Attractive & Mature Gardens With Timber Decked Dining Terrace
Timber Storage Shed
Boiler Room


Single Garage



LOCATION
The village of East Ilsley lies in a fold of the Berkshire Downs close to the historic Ridgeway Path and its geographical position on the Downlands largely determined its part in the pageant of history, being on one of the busiest ancient routes across the Downs, dating back to the Bronze Age. It became an important trading centre from the 13th century onwards for corn and later for wool, ultimately being granted a Royal Charter by James I in 1620.


The Sheep Fairs held fortnightly, were second only to Smithfield in London and at their height sold 400,000 with the record of 80,000 being penned in a single day. At the peak there were 24 inns and public houses catering for all the farmers, shepherds and drovers on market days.


Nowadays the village has successfully avoided the problem of overdevelopment retaining it’s timeless character, and, whilst continuing its link with farming, is more associated with racehorses, with several racing stables being located in or near the village.


The village has also greatly benefited from the A34 by-pass, which previously went straight through the centre of the village and is now sited away to the west of East Ilsley, becoming an important dual carriageway linking the south coast to the Midlands.


Around the central part of the village there are many examples of interesting period properties from timbered cottages to the more elegant Queen Ann and Georgian country houses, especially in Broad Street.  The village also boasts a village pond, parish church, two well-known established Inns and a highly respected primary school.


The Downs Secondary School is located just over the hill in Compton, which has built up an enviable reputation for academic standards in recent years and now boasts its own VI form and excellent Ofsted ratings. In addition to having well revered local state primary and secondary schooling, the area is also extremely well served by an excellent range of private schooling, of particular note; Cranford House School, The Oratory Preparatory School, Moulsford Preparatory School, St Andrews Preparatory School, The Oratory School, Pangbourne College, Brockhurst & Marlston House, Downe House, Rupert House School, Shiplake College, The Abbey School, Bradfield College, The Manor Preparatory School, Abingdon School, Abingdon Preparatory School, Radley College, and St Helen & St Katharine.


There are main line stations at Newbury (10 miles) and Didcot (9 miles), or Goring & Streatley (8 miles), providing fast commuter services up to London (Paddington) in approximately 45 mins.


The County town of Reading together with Oxford, Newbury and the M4 are all easily accessible, and the mainline station in Goring provides excellent commuter services up to London (Paddington and Waterloo).  Goring on Thames being the larger village has a wide range of shops and amenities as well as Restaurants, Riverside Café, Olde Worlde Inns, Bank, Doctors, Dentist, and 2 Hotels.



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
A delightfully light and spacious modern and contemporary two bedroom period home, forming part of an original stables, privately located in the central part of the village within walking distance of the primary school and village amenities.


Beautifully presented throughout, and only more recently modernised throughout to a high standard, affording most stylish accommodation, the property displays in a modern and contemporary fashion, with high quality fixtures and fittings evident upon inspection. Simply stunning, the layout blends traditional living with more open plan living seamlessly. From the courtyard, the property opens up in to an open plan entrance hall with snug / study area which opens fully to the kitchen / breakfast room, whilst off to the other side of the house, there is a lovely traditional sitting room with log burner. To the first floor, there are two double bedrooms and a shower room.



OUTSIDE
Originally a stables, the entrance to White Hart is under a most attractive covered entrance, which opens through to the shared courtyard with 2 other properties only, with the cottages on one side and mature planting to the other, and the garages to the far end, with the gardens elevated privately behind the garages. A low-lying brick wall runs across the frontage, providing a part enclosed and part covered private front terrace, which opens into the house.


The gardens are split in to two areas, with a shared pathway running through the middle. Off to one side there is an open garden, part lawned with a timber storage shed and timber decked dining terrace. To the other side, the more spacious and privately enclosed garden, is mainly laid to lawn, with fenced and hedged boundaries.



GENERAL INFORMATION
Services: Mains electricity, water, and drainage are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating and hot water.
 
Postcode: RG20 7LE


Energy Efficiency Rating: D / 64


Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council – Telephone:


 



DIRECTIONS
From our offices in the centre of Goring turn left and proceed down the High Street over the River bridge and up to the top of Streatley High Street. At the traffic lights continue straight across on the B4009 road to Newbury. After passing through the village of Aldworth turn right by the Four Points Pub sign posted for Compton and East Ilsley.  Continue through Compton and on reaching East Ilsley follow the one way system passing the Pond and along Broad Street. On meeting the junction bear left onto the High Street, White Hart will be found opposite, approached under a traditional courtyard opening. Parking for viewing of the property is advised off the High Street in one of the public parking spaces.



VIEWING
Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co.


DISCLAIMER
The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services so cannot verify that they are in working order.  If required, the client is advised to obtain verification.  These particulars are issued on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through Warmingham & Co. Whilst all due care is taken in the preparation of these particulars, no responsibility for their accuracy is accepted, nor do they form part of any offer or contract. Intending clients must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy prior to signing a contract.



3 Bedroom Cottage For Sale
3 bedroom cottage for sale 10 415000BCM, Winchester - Salesrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

An attractive period property originally believed to date from the eighteenth century. North Cottage has a wealth of character features including open fireplace, timber beams and frames. The cottage is well presented and provides comfortable accommodation and is well located in this popular downland village.
West Ilsley has an attractive local public house and cricket pitch. The village is well located for access to nearby Newbury, with an excellent range of leisure and shopping facilities and Didcot Railway Station (London Paddington 45 minutes). The famous Ridgeway also passes within a mile of the village and the A34 is also within easy access.


3 Bedroom Cottage For Sale
3 bedroom cottage for sale 11 525000Downer & Co, Newburyrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

Stunning three bedroom detached thatched cottage, oozing character and charm! Located in the pretty village of Brightwalton to the north of Newbury. The property is presented in immaculate order and boasts a front entrance porch, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, large living room with working wood burner, family room with doors opening on to the patio area, three good size bedrooms and bathroom. In addition, there is a private and secluded south facing rear garden, a large garage with power and lighting and is situated with within the Downs school catchment.

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2 Bedroom Terraced House For Sale
2 bedroom terraced house for sale 6 60000McHugh & Co, Londonrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

BEEDON HILL
BEEDON,
NEWBURY, RG20

Beedon is a village and civil parish within ease access of Newbury. Newbury offers a good selection of
shops and Newbury Racecourse.

A Terrace House with accommodation arranged on Two Floors comprising:

FIRST FLOOR
Bedroom (One)
Bedroom (Two)

GROUND FLOOR
Entrance Porch
Living Room
Kitchen
Bathroom/WC

Patio at Rear

Private Parking Space Opposite The Property

Vacant Possession upon completion

EPC Rating: F

AUCTION 10th JUNE 2020
GUIDE PRICE £60,000+ 


2 Bedroom Terraced House For Sale
2 bedroom terraced house for sale 7 1125000Carter Jonas - Newbury Residentialonthemarket
Entrance porch, sitting room with wood burning stove, kitchen, back door to small patio area, bathroom, 2 bedrooms, electric heating, double-glazing, private parking.

Description:
Cash buyers prefered due to possessory title. OFFERS CONSIDERED.
This charming cottage with lots of character and requires some improvement. There is a covered entrance porch which leads to a sitting room with an attractive stone fireplace with wood burning stove. This room has a wealth of character and features with exposed brickwork and exposed timbers to the ceiling. To the left of the sitting room there is a kitchen and staircase to first floor, beyond the kitchen is a downstairs bathroom. The kitchen provides a back door with access to a small patio with just enough space to sit out. Upstairs there are 2 comfortable bedrooms with the main bedroom offering an airing cupboard with storage.

Outside Space:
As well as a small patio area at the rear of the property there is also the benefit of private parking with a space opposite the property with private parking for 1 car.
3 Bedroom House For Sale
3 bedroom house for sale 13 1325000Warmingham & Co, Goring-on-Thamesrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

1 SARSENS COTTAGES
EAST ILSLEY – BERKSHIRE



* NEWBURY – 10 miles  * ABINGDON – 11 miles  * OXFORD – 16 miles
* WANTAGE – 7 miles  * DIDCOT – 7 miles  * WALLINGFORD on THAMES – 12 miles  * READING – 15 miles  * STREATLEY on THAMES – 7 miles 
* M4 motorway (J 13 at Chieveley) – 6 miles.



An appealing 3 bedroom semi-detached cottage style property, constructed to a high standard incorporating a quality specification and character design features, being attractively located overlooking pleasant gardens near the central part of this historic old Village situated on the Berkshire Downlands an area of “Outstanding Natural Beauty” between Oxford and Newbury.



Covered Porch
Entrance Hall
Cloakroom


Sitting Room with fireplace
Kitchen / Dining Room


3 Bedrooms
Bathroom


West facing Rear Garden
One allocated off-road car parking space



LOCATION
The village of East Ilsley lies in a fold of the Berkshire Downs close to the historic Ridgeway Path and its geographical position on the Downlands largely determined its part in the pageant of history, being on one of the busiest ancient routes across the Downs, dating back to the Bronze Age.  It became an important trading centre from the 13th century onwards for corn and later for wool, ultimately being granted a Royal Charter by James I in 1620.


The Sheep Fairs held fortnightly, were second only to Smithfield in London and at their height sold 400,000 with the record of 80,000 being penned in a single day. At the peak there were 24 inns and public houses catering for all the farmers, shepherds and drovers on market days. Nowadays the village has successfully avoided the problem of overdevelopment retaining it’s timeless character, and, whilst continuing its link with farming, is more associated with racehorses, with several racing stables being located in or near the village. The village has also greatly benefited from the A34 by-pass, which previously went straight through the centre of the village and is now sited away to the west of East Ilsley, becoming an important dual carriageway linking the south coast to the Midlands.


Around the central part of the village there are many examples of interesting period properties from timbered cottages to the more elegant Queen Ann and Georgian country houses, especially in Broad Street.  The village also boasts a village pond, parish church, two well-known established Inns and a Church of England primary school.


 



In addition to having well revered and outstanding local state primary and secondary schooling, including a primary school within East Ilsley itself, and the renowned Downs Secondary School across the hills in Compton, the area is also extremely well served by an excellent range of private schooling, of particular note; Cranford House School, The Oratory Preparatory School, Moulsford Preparatory School, St Andrews Preparatory School, The Oratory School, Pangbourne College, Brockhurst & Marlston House, Downe House, Rupert House School, Shiplake College, The Abbey School, Bradfield College, The Manor Preparatory School, Abingdon School, Abingdon Preparatory School, Radley College, and St Helen & St Katharine.


There are main line stations at Newbury and Didcot, the latter being nearer, providing fast commuter services up to London (Paddington) in approximately 45 mins. The County town of Reading together with Oxford, Newbury and the M4 are all easily accessible, and the mainline station in Goring-on-Thames provides excellent commuter services up to London (Paddington and Waterloo). Goring-on-Thames being the larger village has a wide range of shops and amenities as well as Restaurants, Riverside Café, Olde Worlde Inns, Bank, Doctors, Dentist, and 2 Hotels.



PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
1 Sarsens Cottages is an attractive semi-detached cottage in a pretty countryside setting, traditionally built with red kilned brick elevations having feature Sarsen stone inset under a hipped clay tile roof with tiled dormers across the front having herringbone brick elevations.
Constructed in 2003 to a high standard incorporating a quality specification and character design features including solid timber ledged & braced doors & casement carved wooden double glazed windows.


To the ground floor is an Entrance Hall leading to the Cloakroom and Sitting Room with fireplace. The Kitchen / Dining Room has an attractive combination of both granite and wooden worktops, a host of in-built appliances and a stable door leading onto the garden. To the first floor are two double Bedrooms, a further single Bedroom and Family Bathroom.



OUTSIDE
The property is approached off the Old Stanmore Road where a wide footpath extends down across the front of four cottages. There is an attractive low brick wall across the front of the property and ‘Cottage style’ open entrance porch under clay tiled roof with flagged floor.


Pedestrian access can be gained from the side of the property to the secluded rear garden which has a Westerly aspect and is mainly laid to lawn, with a low brick retaining wall and brick laid steps leading from a gravelled and paved pathway spanning the rear of the cottage. Situated off to the side of the cottage is an allocated off-road car parking space, with further parking found easily adjacent.



GENERAL INFORMATION
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Oil fired boiler providing central heating and domestic hot water, with secondary source from immersion heater.

Postcode: RG20 7LU


Energy Efficiency Rating: C / 72


Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council – Telephone:


DIRECTIONS


From our offices in the centre of Goring turn left and proceed down the High Street across the river bridge and up to the top of Streatley High Street where at the traffic lights continue straight across on the B4009 road to Newbury. On reaching Aldworth continue through the village and on meeting the staggered crossroads junction by the Four Points Public House turn right for Compton and East Ilsley.  Follow this road until reaching East Ilsley and on coming down the hill into the village bear left into the one way system, past the pond and then around to the right.  At the junction with the main street bear left as if leaving the village towards Newbury and in a further 100 yards turn right into the Old Stanmore Road. Sarsens Cottages are found on Narborough Lane, located towards the top of Old Stanmore Road off on the right hand side.


From Junction 13 of the M4 join the A34 heading towards Oxford.  After 6 miles leave the A34.  On reaching East Ilsley go round the pond and At the junction with the main street bear left as if leaving the village towards Newbury and in a further 100 yards turn right into the Old Stanmore Road.  Sarsens Cottages are found on Narborough Lane, located towards the top of Old Stanmore Road off on the right hand side.



VIEWING
Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co.
 



5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
5 bedroom detached house for sale 12 1950000Savills - Newburyonthemarket
An attractive and very well built family house situated in a popular downland village.

Location

Langley House is situated in the hamlet of Worlds End just south of the small downland village of Beedon which has a 13th century church, pub/restaurant and primary school which is in the catchment area of the renowned Downs School. The area is also well served with excellent private schools. Newbury is about 7 miles to the south west and has comprehensive shopping, recreational and leisure facilities. Oxford, Reading, Swindon, and London are all within easy daily commuting.

Description

Langley House is an impressive family home which has been built in a tradition style and to a very high standard by the well regarded developers Chaldean. The accommodation is very well laid out with generous receptions rooms on the ground floor and spacious bedrooms on the first floor. The house has been finished to a very high specification both inside and out providing all the benefits you would expect from a newly built house. The principal reception rooms all light and spacious with very good proportions. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom and dressing room, en suite guest bedroom, three further guest bedrooms and a family bathroom.
There is a large garden to the rear of the property which will be laid to lawn and is enclosed by fencing providing a private setting for the house. Leading from both the sitting room and kitchen is a sun terrace which maximizes the southerly aspect of the house. A gravelled driveway leads from the road and provides ample parking along with access to the Oak framed garage.

Square Footage: 2559 sq ft





Directions

From the M4: Head north signed to Chieveley. At the T junction of the exit road, turn left signed to Chieveley village. Turn immediately right into Oxford Road and signed to Beedon. Continue on this road for approximately 1.5 miles and Langley House will be found on the left hand side.
3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
3 bedroom detached house for sale 17 495000EweMove, South East Englandrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

April Cottage is a beautiful property offering three double bedrooms, master with ensuite, office, open plan kitchen/diner/living space, utility room, rear garden with stunning views across the paddocks, single garage and parking for 2 cars.

As you enter via the west-facing frontage there is a small hall with access to the cloakroom. This leads to the light and airy living space which offers plenty of room for two or more sofas, an open log fire, oak flooring and oak sliding doors to the stunning kitchen/diner. French doors lead out to the pretty rear garden from the dining area. The open-plan kitchen is styled in a modern country theme with wooden units, breakfast bar, slate flooring and lovely views to the garden and beyond. With fully integrated fridge/freezer, double oven, dishwasher, hob this realy does have the WOW factor. Fancy a glass of something chilled? No problem, the luxury wine cooler is right here! Red or white? You choose.

Upstairs to the three double bedrooms; master with ensuite shower room, family bathroom. All decorated in subtle tones the space gives this home a real cottage feel. The views over the paddocks are best seen from bedroom two (you may have a fight on your hands for that one). The stairs are partially open allowing plenty of light throughout.

To the front of the house is the single detached garage and parking for two cars. The rear garden has two separate areas, one for catching the morning rays with a cup of coffee and the side plot gets the evening sun for that glass of wine from the cooler! Roll on spring! The garden is accessible from both sides of the house.

West Ilsley is one of the most desirable Downland villages and sits in the catchment for The Downs School voted one of the best state schools in the UK (Tatler Best Schools Guide 2016). The community here is quite special with the Harrow pub at the heart of it. Cricket is a communal effort in West Ilsley and villagers both young and old are involved through the summer months.

With access to the A34, M4, M40 its location is great for commuting to Reading/Oxford/Newbury/Winchester/Swindon/Wantage etc. Didcot railway station is 15 minutes by car with fast trains directly into Paddington.

What EWEMOVE loves about this property: open-plan living, cracking views, fantastic village location



Additional Information:

  • Council Tax:


Band D

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