7 LOWBURY GARDENS
COMPTON - BERKSHIRE
*East Ilsley/A34 – 2 miles *Newbury – 11 miles *Oxford – 17 miles
*Reading – 14 miles *Goring on Thames – 6 miles *Didcot – 8 miles
*M4 at Chieveley (J13) – 7 miles *Mainline Stations at Didcot, Goring on Thames & Newbury
(Distances and times approximate)
Situated within short walking distance of extensive village amenities and ‘outstanding'
Compton C of E Primary School and The Downs Secondary School. Easily accessible for the A34, M4 and mainline stations at either Didcot or Goring on Thames, providing services to London Paddington in under an hour.
Centrally located within this popular village whilst enjoying a quiet tucked away position, a contemporary detached 4 bedroom home of approximately 1565 sq ft, recently improved and presented in immaculate order, with spacious corner plot gardens, private driveway and integral garage.
Central village location
Outstanding primary and secondary schools
Sitting Room with wood burning stove
Kitchen/Dining Room with French doors to garden
Master Bedroom with en-suite Shower Room
2nd Bedroom with en-suite Shower Room
2 Further Bedrooms
Mature Landscaped Gardens to front and rear
Approximately 1565 sq ft
Compton is a quiet rural village set in a fold of the Berkshire Downlands surrounded by beautiful undulating countryside designated an A.O.N.B., and conveniently situated between Newbury and Oxford with easy access to the fast A34 which links to the M4 and with a choice of mainline stations in the local area providing commuter services up to London Paddington in under the hour, the closest being at Goring on Thames.
The village has a long history with traces of Roman occupation and being mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1083 A.D. In recent years it has become a thriving village community still linked to Farming and the countryside and have a strong association with Horse Racing.
There is a beautiful flint walled Parish Church and in the village are many interesting period properties reflecting a rich architectural heritage. Local amenities include a Post Office/Stores, Barbers Shop, the Foinavon Public House & Hotel, Primary and Secondary Schools the latter being the highly regarded Downs School which boasts a Sixth Form. Just to the North of the village is the ancient Ridgeway Path which crosses the Downs eventually joining the Icknield Way on its journey to East Anglia.
Built in 2009 to an attractive traditional design and high specification, No 7 Lowbury Gardens is one of only two houses in the close of this particular design and layout, with an imposing front elevation and accommodation of excellent family proportions internally. The front door opens into a central entrance hall and on to the cloakroom, sitting room with wood burning stove, contemporary kitchen/dining room with French doors to the garden, and a separate utility room with door into the garage. Via a stunning oak and glass staircase to the first floor landing, there is the master bedroom with en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes, three further double bedrooms, two sharing a ‘Jack and Jill' en-suite shower room, and a further family bathroom. In recent years the house has benefitted from upgrades throughout to the kitchen, flooring, lighting, fixtures and décor, presenting an immaculate and tasteful home, whilst maintaining further potential for enlargement subject to relevant permissions.
The house has a wide frontage, occupying an advantageous corner position in a spacious garden plot. At the front behind a hedged boundary is a lawned front garden with attractively planted beds. To one side is a hard-standing driveway providing off road parking and leading up to the integral garage. To the rear, the delightful and beautifully maintained garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a paved patio terrace leading off the kitchen/dining room providing the ideal spot for outside dining and entertaining. To the far corner is a useful storage shed, and the rear and side boundaries are fenced, with a side gate for rear access.
Services: Mains electricity, water, and drainage are connected to the property. Central heating and hot water from energy efficient air source heat pump.
Postcode: RG20 6NN
Council Tax: F
EPC Rating: D / 67
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 and over the river bridge continuing up to the top of Streatley High Street. At the traffic lights continue straight across on the B4009 Aldworth Road. In a further 2 ½ miles after passing through Aldworth turn right for Compton by the Four Points Public House. On reaching Compton follow through the village passing the Church, and just before reaching the actual centre, Lowbury Gardens will be found off on the left hand side. No. 7 will be found along on the left hand side.
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