Kitchen | Breakfast room
Four double bedrooms
Family bathroom | Separate WC
Two store rooms
Gardens, in about 0.5 acre.
Mazelands House sits in a rural position on the edge of the sought after village of Stanford Dingley. The house is well proportioned with two good-sized reception rooms on the ground floor overlooking over the gardens. The breakfast room is the largest room on this floor and has the benefit of an Aga.
Upstairs there is a large landing with four double bedrooms leading off, a family bathroom, separate WC and a study.
Stanford Dingley is one of the most desirable villages in West Berkshire with a Saxon church and two public houses, The Old Boot which dates back to the 18th Century and The Bull dating back to 15th Century. The charming village sits in an idyllic, tranquil location amidst farmland and woodland, within the valley of the River Pang. The local villages of Bucklebury and Bradfield offer excellent local amenities including churches, public houses and village shops. Nearby Bradfield College also has excellent sporting facilities available via membership, including a golf course, indoors sports complex, pool and tennis centre. Reading and Newbury are 10 and 9 miles away respectively, and provide more comprehensive facilities and shopping centres. The area benefits from excellent commuter and travel facilities with easy access onto the M4 at junctions 12 and 13 to London and the West Country, and an excellent train service from Reading to London Paddington.
The house is approached off a quiet country lane onto the driveway behind the house. There is space to park up to two cars here. The gardens lies on the other side of the house and are mainly laid to lawn with fields and farmlands stretching beyond the boundary line.