Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
Four further bedrooms
Double garage and garden
This spacious family house has been wonderfully designed and styled with well-proportioned accommodation. The ground floor reception rooms all have an appealing outlook over the garden at the back of the house, with double doors leading out to the terrace from both the sitting room and the breakfast room.
Upstairs there is a very generous master bedroom and en suite bathroom, a guest bedroom also with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
6 Wellington Gardens is located in Bradfield, a village with a thriving community, its own primary school, village hall, community run village store and post office and the Queen's Head public house. Neighbouring Chapel Row is just over a mile away and provides a doctor's surgery, The Bladebone Inn pub/restaurant and wonderful Blackbird Cafe. Stanford Dingley is about a mile in the opposite direction and has two excellent pubs, The Bull and The Boot. The larger villages of Pangbourne and Theale are only a short distance away and provide a wider range of facilities, including rail links to London Paddington within the hour. The more comprehensive amenities of Reading and Newbury are each 9 miles away, and the M4 (J12) is only 5 miles away, providing excellent access to London, its airports and the motorway network. The local area is well served by an excellent range of recreational activities for all requirements including excellent sporting facilities at the nearby Bradfield College. Available via membership are a golf course, indoor sports complex and tennis centre. Schooling in the area, both state and private, is superb, and the surrounding countryside is renowned for its walks and rides.
The house is situated in a prime location within this quiet cul-de-sac with a double garage and parking to the front of the house. The garden lies to the rear of the property with a wide terrace running the length of the back of the house, ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with post and rail fencing on the back boundary, taking advantage of the views over the fields beyond.