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4 bed Detached House


Sunfield, Pangbourne Hill, Pangbourne, Reading


Reception hall
Sitting room
Dining room | Study
Utility room | Cloakroom
Master Bedroom with en suite bathroom
Three further bedrooms
Family bathroom | Separate WC
Garden in about 0.46 acre
Garage | Home office/potential annexe | Summerhouse

Sunfield is an elegant Edwardian home which presents in good order and boasts many original features throughout. The house has a traditional layout with the reception rooms all leading off the central hallway. The sitting room and study room both have open fireplaces and there are French doors in the study leading out to the terrace at the back of the house. The kitchen has bespoke hand-made painted cabinetry and a butler's sink and there is scope here to extend out with the necessary planning consents in place. From the entrance hall stairs lead to the first floor and there is a pretty picture window on the half turn. On this floor there are four double bedrooms, including the master bedroom which has an en suite bathroom, as well as a family bathroom and separate WC. All the bedrooms have built-in wardrobe space.

Sunfield stands in an elevated position close to the centre of Pangbourne. Pangbourne is a pretty Thameside village with an excellent range of local facilities including a church, primary school, pubs and restaurants and a number of specialist shops. There is also a main line rail link to London, Paddington within the hour. The more comprehensive amenities of Reading are just 5 miles away, also with railinks to London (London Paddington 27 mins), as well as the added draw of Crossrail in 2019.. The M4 (J12) is about 5 miles away and provides excellent access to London, its airports and the motorway network. There is an excellent range of schooling in the area including Pangbourne College, Bradfield College, St Andrews School and The Oratory. There are also wonderful recreational facilities available at Bradfield College via membership, and the surrounding countryside is renowned for its walking and riding.

The gardens at Sunfield lie mainly at the rear of the property and orientate in a south-easterly direction. Mature trees and shrubs provide a good degree of privacy, with excellent elevated views in the winter months when there is less foliage. The terrace at the back has a low level brick wall and steps up to the lawn where the pretty summer house can be found. At the far end of the garden is the home office with full power, light and oak flooring and this space offers much flexibility as to its use. To one side of the house is a gently sloping lawn and pathway which extends to the front with additional level lawned area. The property has two separate driveway areas with plenty of parking and access to the garage and the home office.
Agent Details

Strutt & Parker

Strutt & Parker

1 High Street