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£1,250,000

Chieveley, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20

  • 5 beds
Detached house

£1,250,000

  • 5 beds
Detached house
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Wheatsheaf House is a charming and valuably unlisted, detached period property located in a prime position within the village, offering attractive accommodation arranged over two floors. The property, which was once a local pub, features exposed brickwork, timber beams and wooden floorboards, alongside stylish modern fittings and d?cor. The house benefits from large sash windows bathing the house in natural light. The principal drawing room extends to 25 feet and is fitted with a log burning stove. The formal dining room has an impressive original brick-built inglenook fireplace. In addition there is also a study and a library, with bespoke wooden built-in shelving. The kitchen/breakfast room is a particular focus of the house and has high quality shaker-style units, a central island and a smart range cooker, as well as space for a breakfast table. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, including the principal bedroom with its luxury en suite bathroom. All of the bedrooms are beautifully presented, and the en suite bathroom and the shower room both feature stylish, contemporary suites. On the first floor there is also a dressing room with fitted storage, which could be used as a further bedroom if required. The property benefits from a cellar with a vaulted brick ceiling, which is currently used as a gym and games room.

The sought-after village of Chieveley sits surrounded by the stunning rolling countryside of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, yet also within easy reach of all of the necessary everyday amenities. Newbury is just four miles away, with its excellent selection of shops, supermarkets and leisure facilities, as well as a mainline station providing regular services to London Paddington. The M4 and A34 are just a mile away, offering superb connections by road in all directions. The village has a popular local pub, shop with post office, a primary school and a doctors' surgery, while there are a number of other good and outstanding rated schools in the local area, including The Downs School in Compton. The local area also has an abundance of independent schools including Cheam, Downe House, St Gabriels, Bradfield and Elstree to name a few.

The property has a delightful, landscaped garden to the rear, which includes paved pathways, timber decking, wooden pergola, pristine lawns and colourful flowerbeds with an array of seasonal interest. Access for vehicles is to the side of the house, where a lane leads to electric gated access onto the gravel driveway. There is a single garage at the rear of the house, which is ideal for storage and as a workshop. To the side of the house, an area of shingle terracing provides space for al fresco dining, while the shingle-covered front garden has pot plants, a pathway leading to the front door and a picket-fence border.
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£1,250,000

5 bed house for sale

Chieveley, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20


Wheatsheaf House is a charming and valuably unlisted, detached period property located in a prime position within the village, offering attractive accommodation arranged over two floors. The property, which was once a local pub, features exposed brickwork, timber beams and wooden floorboards, alongside stylish modern fittings and d?cor. The house benefits from large sash windows bathing the house in natural light. The principal drawing room extends to 25 feet and is fitted with a log burning stove. The formal dining room has an impressive original brick-built inglenook fireplace. In addition there is also a study and a library, with bespoke wooden built-in shelving. The kitchen/breakfast room is a particular focus of the house and has high quality shaker-style units, a central island and a smart range cooker, as well as space for a breakfast table. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, including the principal bedroom with its luxury en suite bathroom. All of the bedrooms are beautifully presented, and the en suite bathroom and the shower room both feature stylish, contemporary suites. On the first floor there is also a dressing room with fitted storage, which could be used as a further bedroom if required. The property benefits from a cellar with a vaulted brick ceiling, which is currently used as a gym and games room.

The sought-after village of Chieveley sits surrounded by the stunning rolling countryside of the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, yet also within easy reach of all of the necessary everyday amenities. Newbury is just four miles away, with its excellent selection of shops, supermarkets and leisure facilities, as well as a mainline station providing regular services to London Paddington. The M4 and A34 are just a mile away, offering superb connections by road in all directions. The village has a popular local pub, shop with post office, a primary school and a doctors' surgery, while there are a number of other good and outstanding rated schools in the local area, including The Downs School in Compton. The local area also has an abundance of independent schools including Cheam, Downe House, St Gabriels, Bradfield and Elstree to name a few.

The property has a delightful, landscaped garden to the rear, which includes paved pathways, timber decking, wooden pergola, pristine lawns and colourful flowerbeds with an array of seasonal interest. Access for vehicles is to the side of the house, where a lane leads to electric gated access onto the gravel driveway. There is a single garage at the rear of the house, which is ideal for storage and as a workshop. To the side of the house, an area of shingle terracing provides space for al fresco dining, while the shingle-covered front garden has pot plants, a pathway leading to the front door and a picket-fence border.