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3 bed Detached House


Winloed Cottage, Pangbourne on Thames, RG8




*Central Reading – 5 miles * M4/J12 at Theale – 5 miles
*Goring on Thames – 5 miles *Henley on Thames – 13 miles *Newbury – 12 miles
*Oxford – 23 miles

A well presented 3 bedroom detached redecorated character property in sought after road in Pangbourne close to village amenities and mainline train station.

Entrance through Covered Porch
Entrance Hall giving access to all rooms
Lounge with wide walk in Front Bay Window
Modern fitted Kitchen/Breakfast room
Master Bedroom
2nd Double Bedroom
3rd Bedroom
Bathroom with white suite and shower over the bath
Large garden with fruit trees
Utility space and good storage
Ample driveway parking
Available Unfurnished

Located just to the West of Reading is the village of Pangbourne on Thames which lies on a bend of the River where the River Pang joins, and is connected by an ancient Toll Bridge to the village of Whitchurch in Oxfordshire nestling under the Chilterns Escarpment. The surrounding countryside of the Berkshire Downlands and Chiltern Hills is designated an “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”.

The stretch of river from Pangbourne upstream to Streatley, is forever associated with the well-known author Kenneth Graham and his book ‘The Wind in the Willows' which he wrote when living in the village at Church Cottage just west of the churchyard. An area of riverside land known as Pangbourne Meadow, lying just to the east of the Whitchurch Toll Bridge, was purchased by the Parish in the 1930s. Subsequently an additional portion was acquired by the National Trust and all of this area is now controlled by the Parish Council and available for the public to use for fishing, boating and leisure purposes.

Pangbourne has an excellent range of local amenities, shops and facilities, including a Co-Op supermarket, WH Smith with Post Office, high class Butcher, specialist Cheese shop, Library, an impressive Health Centre, Dentist, Opticians, together with Traditional Inns, Restaurants and Hotels including The Elephant formerly The Copper Inn. There is also a mainline station providing fast commuter services to Reading (8 minutes) and up to Paddington (25 minutes). There is a Primary School and in the local area are a wide range of Private Schools including Pangbourne College, the Oratory and Bradfield College all within easy reach.

N.B. Crossrail services are scheduled to be commencing from Reading in approx. 2019 which together with the electrifying of the line will significantly improve travelling times to central London destinations.

A well presented 3 bedroom detached redecorated character property in sought after road in Pangbourne close to village amenities and mainline train station.
The property has a useful covered porch over the front door. The Entrance hall is a good size and gives access to all downstairs rooms.
The lounge is a good size with a lovely wide walk-in bay window offering lots of natural light and fabulous views. There is a log burning stove in the lounge offering extra heat in the winter months. The Kitchen/Breakfast room is fully fitted and offers good space and views at the front of the property also. There is an understairs cupboard and area in the hallway that can be used as a study area or for larger pieces of furniture. Upstairs the landing area is a good size with lovely views of the front garden and fruit trees. The bedrooms are all double bedrooms. The Master bedroom of particularly good proportions has a bay window overlooking the side of the property. The second bedroom is very spacious and benefits from a fitted wardrobe. The third bedroom is also a good size with plenty of natural light. The bathroom was recently fitted to include a shower over the bath.

The property is approached from Bere Court road, through a wide gate and up a driveway alongside the orchard at the front of the property. The driveway carries around the front of the property giving very good parking potential for many cars.
The gardens are extensive with an orchard at the front of the property with a lot of apple trees. The garden to the side is surrounded by private woodland and a very good size.


Heating from Oil central heating
Water & Septic tank drainage to be split 50/50 with next door

Council Tax: E

Postcode: RG8 8LB

Energy Efficiency Rating: E

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

Upon entering Pangbourne from Goring go straight over the mini roundabout and turn right by the church up Pangbourne Hill. After about ¼ of a mile turn left into Bere Court Road and continue for ½ mile past the back entrance of Pangbourne College. Winloed is further down the road on the right hand side.

Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co
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4/5 High Street
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