MAYFIELD VIEW – WARNHAM LANE
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 Station Goring on Thames
(Distances and times approximate)
*Preliminary Details (Subject To Amendment) - Further detail & Imagery To Follow, upon completion late 2019*
Situated between Newbury and Oxford on the edge of this popular Berkshire Downland village in an area of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty' surrounded by scenic rolling countryside, easily accessible for the A34 and M4 and within but a few minute's walk of the acclaimed Downs Secondary School, village primary school, village shop and eatery, and close driving distance to the mainline railway station in Goring on Thames providing access to London Paddington in under the hour.
Attractively designed reflecting the local vernacular, this stunning newly built contemporary and energy efficient home is traditionally built to a high specification with striking elevations and stylish fixtures and fittings being evident throughout, with well-proportioned open plan yet traditional 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 4/5 reception room accommodation afforded, providing for a most delightful and stylish home.
Careful planning and attention has been provided to combine more modern open plan living with that of a rather more traditional nature, whilst embracing delightful soon to be professionally landscaped gardens and grounds, with far reaching views, which will encapsulate an ‘Al Fresco' lifestyle.
Early viewing is highly recommended so as to appreciate the many attractive attributes afforded to Mayfield View, and the stunning setting.
Awe-Inspiring Views Adjoining Rural Farmland
Spacious Entrance Driveway & Forecourt
Sitting Room With Bi-Fold Doors & Fireplace / Log Burner
Open Plan Kitchen / Dining Room & Family Room With Bi-Fold Doors
1st Floor Landing
Master Bedroom With En-Suite Shower Room
3 Further Bedrooms
2nd Floor Landing
Under-Floor Heating & Hot Water Courtesy Of Energy Efficient Air Source Central Heating System
In All Approximately 1,857 Sq Ft
Soon To Be Professionally Landscaped Gardens & Grounds Of Approximately 0.125 Of An Acre
Detached Sunroom & Utility / Workshop Extending To Approximately 93 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 Swan 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.
Situated on the elevated fringe of this pretty village adjoining open rural farmland, in soon to be professionally landscaped lawned gardens and grounds, with simply wonderful views afforded, a delightful newly built modern and contemporary home of traditional design, attractively reflecting the local vernacular, having red brick and part timbered / rendered elevations under a clay tiled roof, extending to approximately 1,857 sq ft.
Stylishly finished, to a high specification, Mayfield View incorporates well-proportioned open plan yet traditional accommodation, with a spacious entrance hall leading to all principle reception rooms, including the study, with wide glazed bi-fold doors opening out from the sitting room with fireplace and log burner, and also from the open plan kitchen / family room and dining room, directly on to the soon to be spacious stone laid patio terrace and rear garden and grounds, perfect for modern inside outside living and ‘Al Fresco' dining.
On the first floor a spacious landing leads to the master bedroom suite with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms, all enjoying light and open views, and a family bathroom. Stairs lead off to the 2nd floor, where there is a spacious loft room.
A simply delightful newly built home in a wonderful setting, with much to boast, internally and externally, early viewing is advised.
GARDENS & GROUNDS
Attractively approached, with a most pleasing rural backdrop, adjoining open farmland, the property has an attractive frontage, with a wide driveway and forecourt affording ample parking for numerous vehicles, whilst side pathways run along both sides of the property.
The soon to be professionally landscaped gardens and grounds, will afford a stone laid terrace, approached directly off the open reception rooms from the rear of the house, which will then lead out on to a mainly lawned rear garden, with a combination of timber fencing and indigenous hedging along the boundaries. Off to one corner there is a super sunroom / utility workshop.
Perfect for ‘Al Fresco' dining, once completed the gardens will form the perfect setting for outside living, with wonderful views over the adjoining open farmland to be enjoyed.
Services: Mains electricity, water, and drainage are connected to the property. Central heating and hot water from energy efficient air source central heating.
Postcode: RG20 7PN
Predicted EPC Rating: TBC
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 in to the centre of the village. Continue through the central part of the village and leaving on the Ilsley Road take the last left hand turning in to Warnham Lane. Mayfield View will be found just a short way along, off on the right hand-side.
Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co.