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3 bed Detached House


Evendyne, Bradfield Southend, RG7



*Pangbourne on Thames – 6 miles *Reading – 9 miles *M4 at Theale (J12) – 4.5 miles
*Newbury – 10 miles *Thatcham – 6 miles *Theale – 3.5 miles

In a highly sought after village between Reading and Newbury surrounded by superb countryside, an individual detached bungalow immaculately presented, affording 2-3 bedroom accommodation set in an incredible plot of approximately 1/3rd of an acre, beautifully tended and offering excellent outside amenity, with stunning views over the adjoining farmland & countryside.

Convenient edge of village location within a short walk to all village amenities, with easy access for Reading, Newbury, the M4 and trains for London (direct trains from Theale to London Paddington in 45 minutes)

Recessed Porch
Entrance Hall

Sitting Room with open fireplace
Dining Room/ 3rd Bedroom

Boot Room

2 Double Bedrooms
Shower Room

Gated Gravelled Driveway
Car Port
Brick Workshop

Attractive & Mature South facing Gardens & Grounds
Summer House
Timber Storage Sheds

In all approximately 0.325 Acres

Bradfield Southend is a very popular village with a thriving community benefiting from its unspoilt rural surroundings and its strategic location with easy access to nearby towns, the M4 and commuter trains to London.

Situated on high ground above the Pang Valley, Bradfield Southend is in the North Wessex Downs A.O.N.B. and enjoys close proximity to stunning countryside including an impressive avenue of 400 year old oak trees to the west of the village and Bucklebury Common.

In the village there is a shop and post office, primary school, Montessori nursery, the Queens Head public house, village hall, recreation ground, cricket club, repair garages, and garden nursery. Very nearby there is a health centre in Chapel Row, and excellent sports facilities in Bradfield including a swimming pool and tennis complex.

Buses to/from Newbury and Reading serve the village and there are local mainline train stations at Theale, Pangbourne and Midgham with direct services to London Paddington in 45 minutes.

The local area has a wide range of state and private schools.

Believed to date from 1956, Evendyne is an individual detached bungalow set in a delightful large garden plot of approximately 0.325 acres, adjoining open countryside and beautifully presented with quality fixtures and fittings evident throughout. A recessed porch opens into the central Entrance Hall, off which are the two Double Bedrooms at the front of the property. The hall continues on into the spacious Sitting Room, with open fireplace and views over the gardens, separate Dining Room which could be returned to a third bedroom if required, Shower Room, and on to the newly fitted Kitchen with a host of integrated appliances, Boot Room and Conservatory leading onto the garden.

Timber panel gates open onto the graveled driveway, affording parking for numerous cars, with an additional two car length car port to the side of the house, with brick workshop to the rear. The driveway is flanked by a lawned front garden, with mature hedged borders providing good privacy. A pedestrian gate provides access from the front to the rear.

The South facing rear garden is a real delight, with a large paved patio terrace leading off the house enjoying open views over the garden and adjoining farmland. To one side is a brick barbeque area under a pergola, and steps leading down to the lawn. The long garden gently slopes downward, mainly laid to lawn interspersed with various seating areas and numerous extremely well stocked beds and borders, and mature shrubs & hedges adding colour and interest throughout the seasons. Timber sheds provide excellent outside storage, in addition to the greenhouse and brick workshop. To the further end of the garden is a well tended vegetable garden, and variety of soft fruit trees and bushes, and a delightful Summer House.

Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Electric heating and hot water supply.

Council Tax: E

Postcode: RG7 6EP

Energy Efficiency Rating: E/41

Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council – Telephone: 01635 42400

From our offices in the centre of Goring turn left and proceed down the High Street continuing over the river bridge and up to the top of Streatley High Street. At the traffic lights turn left onto the A329 road to Pangbourne. On reaching Pangbourne continue straight over at the mini roundabout by the Elephant Hotel and leave on the Tidmarsh Road. Continue through Tidmarsh and after passing over the M4 turn next right signposted for Bradfield.

On reaching Bradfield continue straight through the village and at the next junction by the War Memorial bear right into Bradfield Southend. Follow the road for approximately 0.75 miles through the Village where Evendyne will be found on the left hand side, shortly after passing the turning for Heath Road on the opposite side.

Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co
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