Philip Booth Esq, Property Services Henley-on-Thames | BURGHFIELD BRIDGE, READING, BERKSHIRE RG30 3RD
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BURGHFIELD BRIDGE, READING, BERKSHIRE RG30 3RD



Bughfield Bridge Close Reading, Berkshire RG30 3RD

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Guide Price £850,000 Freehold

Elvaston House, Burghfield Bridge Close, Reading, Berkshire RG30 3RD

An immaculately presented four bedroom detached family home, ideally situated in a tucked away location, yet within easy reach of Reading town centre and railway station and access to the M4 at junctions 11 (East) and 12 (West). The property has been refurbished throughout including a newly fitted kitchen and recently fitted bathrooms.

 

 

There is an entrance porch with a traditional timber front door with stained glass detail, opening to the entrance hall, which features exposed timber beams an attractive exposed timber staircase with ornate wrought iron railings and a galleried landing. 

The cloakroom has a white suite with a vanity wash hand basin and a w.c with a concealed cistern.

The south facing triple aspect sitting room, has a majestic inglenook brick fireplace and the focal point, which houses a wood burning stove. Glazed double doors open in to the dining room. Adjacent to the dining area there is a ‘Snug’ with a brick fireplace housing an electric cast iron stove.

The kitchen breakfast room features an extensive range of newly fitted and beautifully presented, ‘Shaker Style’ wall and base units with quartz work surfaces over. Inset ‘Belfast’ sink, induction hob with extractor hood over. Neff integrated appliances including an oven and additional steam oven. Build-in wine fridge, dishwasher. There is a fitted breakfast bar with spot lighting and space for an American style fridge freezer. 

A door leads to the Utility room, which has a sink unit, plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble dryer, a water softener and a cupboard housing the gas fired boiler.

To the rear of the dining room there are glazed double doors opening in to the conservatory, which has under floor heating and doors to the rear patio terrace.

The study has fitted office furniture and shelving.

First floor galleried landing has access to the loft.

The master bedroom has a front aspect, deep built-in wardrobes and a door to the en suite bathroom which has a white suite comprising a free standing bath, a shower cubicle with two tone black and red mosaic tiles, a vanity wash hand basin with cupboards under and a w.c with a concealed cistern.

Bedroom two has a rear aspect and a built-in wardrobe. Bedroom three has a rear aspect. Bedroom four has a rear aspect and a built-in wardrobe.

The newly fitted family bathroom has a white suite with a range of fitted cupboards and draws. There is a bath with an ‘Aqualisa’ shower over, vanity wash hand basin and w.c.

 

Outside

To the front of the house there is a driveway providing plenty of parking and access to the detached double garage. There are movement sensor security lights.

A particular feature of the property is the paved patio terrace, with a pergola, an ideal space for Al Fresco dining. Much of the garden is laid to lawn with well stocked beds with a delightful array of mature shrubs and trees including Rhododendrons, various Acers, a weeping pear, and a pergola with a mature Wisteria. To the side of the house there is a further lawned area, a log store and a door to the garage.

The double garage has two electric up and over doors, light and power. 

Living in Burghfield Bridge Close

Burghfield Bridge Close is a a small development of established detached houses, each with its own plot providing privacy.  Burghfield Bridge is a hamlet between Burghfield village and Soutcote, located within easy reach of the A4 Bath Road with Reading approx 3 miles.

The Cunning Man country pub is just a short walk away, located alongside the Kennet and Avon Canal

There are many activities on the doorstep such as cycling, walking, in the surrounding countryside and along the River Kennet tow path.

There are good transport links. Reading mainline railway station is approximately 3 miles away and has an excellent station with regular trains from Reading and into London Paddington (25 mins), with the Elizabethan Line, CrossRail link to East  London including the City and Canary Wharf in 2020. There railway station is approx 10 mins away by car and provides regular rail services to Reading, London, Newbury and the south.

The A4 provides road links to the M4 at either Junction 11 (East) and Junction 12 (West).

Schools

There is a Nursery School located at Burghfield Church. Kennet Valley Primary School is approx. 0.5 miles away.

Private Schools in the area include , Reading Blue Coat, Queen Anne’s Caversham, The Abbey, Reading, Kendrick Grammar school.

Tenure – Freehold

Local Authority – West Berkshire Council

Council Tax – Band G

Enquire about this property

enquiries@philipboothesq.com

Property Features
  • House
  • 4 bed
  • 2 bath
  • 2 Garage