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4 bed Semi-detached House


Fairview, The Green, Beenham, Reading


Sitting room
Kitchen/breakfast room
Master bedroom with en suite shower room
Three further bedrooms
Family bathroom
Double garage

This delightful period home, originally built in 1894, has been extended and extensively renovated by the current owners and offers comfortable modern living. The sitting room is dual aspect and a good size, ideal for entertaining. The kitchen/breakfast room has been extended, and is fitted with smart black granite worktops and wooden cabinetry with French doors leading out to the garden. The downstairs bathroom leads off the kitchen and could easily be turned into a utility room is preferred. Upstairs is the master bedroom with en suite shower room, as well as three further bedrooms. There is the flexibility to convert bedroom 4 into a bathroom if desired. The property has recently been re-wired, re-plumbed, and has the addition of underfloor heating and double glazed windows throughout.

No 2 Fairview sits in a prime position in the centre of the village overlooking the recreation ground. Beenham itself benefits from its own church and pub (The Six Bells) as well as a primary school. The adjacent village of Bradfield Southend provides a further primary school, community run village store and post office, and gastro pub, The Queens Head. Theale is about 4 miles away and provides a further range of facilities including a commuter train to London, Paddington within the hour. Reading and Newbury are the largest towns close by and offer a comprehensive range of amenities including shops, restaurants, theatres and sporting facilities. Reading offers the added draw of Crossrail in 2019.
The range of schooling in the area, both state and private is excellent, including the Kennet School, Bradfield College, Downe House, Elstree Preparatory School and St Andrews Preparatory School. There are a variety of recreational pursuits available in the area and the surrounding countryside is renowned for its walks and rides.

Access to the garden is from the breakfast room onto a patio with an area of lawn between the house and the double garage. The garage has an up and over door and there is also off street parking in front of the garage. A pedestrian gate sits to the side of the garage, and behind the house is open space and the recreation ground. There are elevated views of this from the rear bedroom windows.
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Strutt & Parker

Strutt & Parker

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