Summary

A former public house with original parts dating from the mid Victorian era with a later single storey addition, extending to approx 2500 sq.ft, planning granted in 2015 to convert to residential use.


Description

This former public house has planning to use as residential dwelling, granted in 2015 under application number F/2015/0222. This consent has been approved as having been lawfully started and a certificate for this was issued by the local planning office in June 2018

The property is still presented as a public house and the accommodation comprises of and entrance hall, two reception areas with bar area and stair case leading down to the cellar.
There is a large kitchen area fitted with a commercial kitchen and then a utility room, cloak room and access to an integral garage. Off to one side of the bar is a small hall leading to two large cloakrooms.
The first floor is accessed by two stair cases, one leading for the main hall and another off the back of the bar area. Upstairs there are currently three bedrooms and a bathroom and w.c, with a basic kitchen area.
We believe the original parts of the property are early Victorian with latter additions and the two-storey part of the building retains many original features.
The property does require extensive renovation throughout.

The property has gas fired central heating served by a boiler located in the kitchen.

Services:
Mains connected, gas, electric, water and drainage

Energy Performance Certificate
Epc Band : E(103)

Location

Situated in this semi-rural hamlet of Hare Hatch, equidistant from the two major Thames side towns of Reading and Maidenhead, both offering excellent shopping and entertainment facilities as well as mainline train connections. The village of Wargrave is just under 2 miles distance offering a local village shop, chemist, doctors’ surgery and three high regarded public houses, plus a café and two restaurants. Wargrave also has highly regarded infant, junior and secondary schools and a station located on the branch line running between Henley on Thames and Twyford. The larger village of Twyford is just under 3 miles and has an large Waitrose supermarket along with a variety of other shops and amenities along with several cafes, restaurants and public houses. Twyford is also on the mainline railway to London Paddington with Crossrail services due to start something in 2020.   There is an excellent golf course and country club at Castle Royle and the popular Horse and Groom gastro pub in Hare Hatch, both approximately ½ a mile in each direction on the A4.

Directions

From our offices in the centre of Twyford, head north along the Wargrave Road and on reaching the roundabout on the A4 take the 3rd exit towards Maidenhead. Follow the road and passing the Garden centres at Hare Hatch and Horse and Groom on your right, continue further and take the next left into Blakes Lane and the property is just in on the left.

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