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  • An Individual Detached Single Storey Property
  • Approx. 0.29 of an Acre Plot Backing onto Woodland
  • Prime Village Location
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Two Bath/Shower Rooms
  • Excellent Off Road Parking
  • Detached Double Garage
  • Generously Sized & Private Rear Garden

Full Description

An appealing detached bungalow providing spacious three bedroomed accommodation together with extensive driveway parking, detached double garage and generously sized private gardens backing onto woodland, in all extending to approx. 0.29 of an acre and situated in a tranquil idyllic elevated location on the edge of the Pang Valley between Reading and Newbury with easy access to J12 of the M4 at Theale.

Pangbourne - 6 miles
Newbury - 10 miles
Reading Town Centre - 10 miles
Theale (M4 - J12) - 4 miles
Central London - 50 miles
Heathrow Airport - 36 miles
(Mileages are approximate)

Tutts Clump/Rotten Row Area
A cherished hamlet, considered to be one of the best in West Berkshire, situated on the southern edge of the picturesque Pang Valley. Tutts Clump/Rotten Row lies about a mile southeast of Stanford Dingley close to the neighbouring villages of Bradfield and Bradfield Southend. Legend has it that the name of the village of Tutts Clump is derived from an English Civil War General. There is something undeniably special about this area which is in the area of outstanding natural beauty, ideal for walking, cycling and riding pursuits. There is a good selection of local amenities within the vicinity including private and state schools, leisure and tennis complex at nearby Bradfield College and shop with Post Office in Bradfield Southend.

A traditionally constructed detached single storey property believed to have been built in the 1980’s by local reputable builder and featuring mellow brick elevations under attractive (small tiled) pitched roof together with stained timber framed windows to complement. Foxwood provides the scope for extension (subject to planning) and stands in a mostly level plot of approx. 0.29 of an acre. Foxwood benefits from various outbuildings as well as a detached double garage which was built in-keeping with the property. The plot offers a high degree of privacy and is ideally situated within a quiet backwater surrounded by the glorious undulating West Berkshire countryside.

Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, Sitting Room, Garden Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room, Two further Bedrooms (alternatively one could be used as a study), Bathroom, Driveway Parking, Detached Double Garage, Long Private Rear Garden Backing onto Woodland, Approx. 0.29 Acre Plot. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

As illustrated on the accompanying floor-plan featuring the following:
•Oil fired central heating system serving radiators
•Predominantly double glazed
•Sitting room with open fireplace
•Garden room with two sets of sliding patio doors
•Kitchen with ample cupboard and worktop space as well as various built-in appliances
•Utility room with appliance space, boiler and water softener
•Good built-in wardrobe/cupboard space
•Excellent attic space with lighting, partial boarding and ladder
•Bath/shower rooms featuring white suites
•Panelled internal doors with brass furniture
•Intruder alarm system

Garage: Detached double garage measuring 23’10 x 16’1 (approx. internal measurements). Power, lighting, side door and windows, window to rear and two up and over doors to front (one door is automated).

Gardens: The plot is approached via quiet country road onto shingle driveway (between pair of five bar timber gates) providing excellent off road parking and access to garaging. The rear garden is of a generous size and backs directly onto woodland. In addition there is a good expanse of level lawn with various flowers, shrubs and trees, some of which are set within a rockery garden. Paved terrace and pathway leading to two storage sheds and a greenhouse. Oil storage tank and side access gate.

Energy Performance Rating: The full results of the Energy Performance Assessment can be supplied upon request.

Services: Mains water (metered), electricity and drainage are connected.

Council Tax: Payable for the year 2018/19 - £2,500.43. (Band F).

Local Authority: West Berkshire Council, Market Street, Newbury. Tel: 01635 42400.

Tenure: Freehold.

Post Code: RG7 6JU.

Directions: From Theale M4 junction 12 proceed west towards Newbury and at the end of the Theale bypass, at the large roundabout, turn right signposted Pangbourne. After about 200 yards turn left signposted Bradfield and Yattendon. Continue for about 1½ miles turning left into Union Road signposted Bradfield Southend and Bucklebury. Go past the war memorial which is on the right hand side and shortly afterwards turn right into Mariners Lane. Turn left into Bishops Road and then Foxwood will be found on the right hand side shortly after the veterinary surgery.

Please contact us on 0118 984 1841 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.

Energy Performance Certificate
Click here to view the Energy Efficiency Rating and Environmental Impact Rating for this property.

Sansome George endeavour to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

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