• Reception hall
• Sitting room
• Dining room
• Kitchen/family room
• Family Room
• Utility room
• Master bedroom with shower
• Three further double bedrooms
• Family bathroom
• Double Garage
• EPC Rating G.
Built in 1976, Linwood is a very generous modern family home with well-proportioned flexible living space. The reception hall opens into the sitting room to one side which has a fireplace and a wide bay window with wonderful elevated views over the countryside to the front of the house. The stylish kitchen/breakfast room has smart wooden cabinetry, black granite worktops and double sliding doors leading out to the south facing terrace overlooking the garden. To the lower ground floor is a dining room with large feature fireplace which leads straight out on to the level garden. There is also a family room on this floor and access to the integral garage and utility room. From the garage there are stairs leading down to the sizeable basement, part of which is full height
and could easily be converted into a games room or home office.To the first floor there is a master bedroom with full height windows overlooking the back garden. There are three further double bedrooms and a large family bathroom also on this floor.
Linwood can be found in the very popular West Berkshire village of Upper Basildon within close proximity to the riverside village of Pangbourne. Upper Basildon itself has an active community and benefits from the popular Red Lion pub, local church and post office. The village hall and recreation ground are not far away and has an excellent Tennis Club and public tennis courts. The village hall regularly hosts various community clubs and activities such as a playgroup, dance classes, charity events, and a wonderful monthly farmers market. The area is also well served by an excellent range of schooling, both state and private. Of particular note are Bradfield College, St Andrews Preparatory School, Pangbourne College, Downe House and The Oratory Preparatory School.
The M4 (J12) is approximately 6 miles away and provides excellent vehicular access to the West Country, London and its airports. There are recreational facilities for all requirements and the surrounding countryside is renowned for its walks and rides.
The property has an in and out brick paved
driveway leading up to the front of the house where there is also an integral double garage with an up and over door. The back garden is mainly laid to lawn and enjoys privacy and seclusion with mature hedges on the boundaries. In the centre is a sunken garden which has the potential to be restored to a swimming pool or enhanced with further planting. The back of the house has a wonderful elevated terrace leading straight out from the breakfast room and has a large retractable awning for shade. It is edged with wrought iron railings and a gate with steps leading down to the lawn. On the right hand side of the garden there is a small pedestrian gate leading out onto the neighbouring driveway for access back onto the road.