A refurbished 4 bedroom detached house situated at the end of a rural lane with fine views over farm land behind, situated just outside Hurst village. No onward chain
Built around the early 1900's, this former farmhouse has just been refurbished to create a stylish period home.
Featuring an open fire place and a beamed ceiling with a small entrance porch off to the front. The dining room leads through to a re-fitted kitchen featuring grey fronted cabinets with solid beech work tops above and metro tiled splashbacks, with the original quarry tiled floor. The kitchen has integrated appliances including twin electric ovens ceramic hob, dishwasher and integrated fridge/freezer. There is also an inset twin bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap over below one of the windows with views out over the adjacent farmland.
From the kitchen is a small lobby accessing a cloak room with w.c and wash hand basin, plus a utility room which houses the recently replaced oil-fired central heating boiler.
Upstairs are 4 similarly sized bedrooms plus a luxury bathroom, refitted with a white suite comprising of panelled bath, large shower enclosure with, wash hand basin with vanity unit and a w.c
Outside is a good size garden to the front and side, with a picket fence running along the front boundary. The driveway offers parking for 3 -4 vehicles and the double garage has a large loft space. There is also two brick storage sheds and a new oil tank supplying the boiler.
Services: Mains connected electric and water, private drainage and oil fired central heating.
Energy Performance Certificate: E (42)
Being sold with the benefit of no onward chain.
Situated amongst a string of other properties just outside Hurst village, with its post office and general store, bakery, three public houses and highly regarded, St.
Nicholas’ 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 2½ miles distance offering regular services to London Paddington and to Reading from which connections to the south coast, west country and west coast main line are available. 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 the centre of Twyford, proceed over the central traffic lights into Waltham Road, continue over the railway bridge and turn right into Hurst Road. Follow this road into Hurst village and continue through the village where it becomes the Wokingham Road. Continue for approximately 1 mile and just after the turning into Islandstone Lane on the left, take the next driveway on the right. As you head into the lane there will be an electric gate in front of you. Once through, head to the bottom of the lane and the property is on the right hand side.