An attractive, 4 bedroom period property, formally a public house and now used as a residential dwelling, set in grounds or approximately a quarter acre.
This former public house was granted planning to use as a private dwelling in 2015 and offers approximately 2400 sq.ft of accommodation arranged over two floors. A single storey entrance hall on the right leads into a beamed sitting/dining area with open fire place brick surround and a substantial oak timber set above, with beamed ceiling and stone floor, leading through to a further sitting room with fire place and garden room beyond. The kitchen is currently a small kitchen fitted with oven and hob, stainless steel sink and preparation area and space for a fridge/freezer. This can be re-connected to a large space behind with a back hall and panty between.
On the first floor are 4 bedrooms with high part vaulted ceilings and feature timbers, all accessed of a landing, again with feature beams. The bathroom has a white suit with shower attachment and screen over the bath, a sink and vanity unit, plus a low-level w.c
Outside to the rear is a large level garden laid to lawn with a post and rail fence to the rear backing on to paddocks. To the right of the entrance hall are male and female toilet facilities left from when it was a public house. This would make a good garage or additional ground floor accommodation.
The house with grounds immediately to front and rear measure about 0.24 acres and comprise of a tarmacadam hardstanding leading out to the highway. The rear gardens are predominately laid to lawn backing onto paddocks separated by a post and rail fence.
Mains connected electric and water. Oil fired heating and private drainage.
Energy Performance Certificate:
EPC band C (73)
Situated on the end of this popular village with its highly popular public house, historic church and village primary school. Twyford village with its many shops and amenities including an excellent Waitrose, plus the mainline train station with regular services to London Paddington, is just 3 miles distance, with the larger towns of Maidenhead, Reading and Windsor all within 25 minutes’ drive. Other notable schools in the surrounding area include, Claire’s Court, Newlands and St Pirans in Maidenhead, Lambrook in Winkfield, The Dolphin at Hurst, Piggott Academy at Wargrave, Reading Bluecoat at Sonning plus several in Reading itself, many of which are served by bus routes running nearby.
From our offices in Twyford, head to the central traffic lights and turn left into London Road. Continue for about 300 yards and fork left into Ruscombe Road. Follow this road B3024 out of the village passing Ruscombe Church over to your right and follow the road as it drops under the railway line towards Waltham St Lawrence. Continue for about 2 miles and on reaching Waltham St Lawrence continue through the crossroad with the war memorial on your left and the property can be found after about 200 yards on the left.