A converted Victorian coach house, modernised to a high standard and tucked away in a quiet setting in the popular village of Wargrave and yet within walking distance of the station and village centre
Backsideans is set in a quiet lane set in the centre of Wargrave within walking distance of the High Street, Churches and the Robert Piggott C of E Schools. The village has a thriving community and a variety of local amenities, with a good selection of local pubs and restaurants, with the local library on Church St and Dr Surgery on Victoria Road, all within a short walk. The St George and Dragon public house is located on the banks of the river Thames, and a newly opened Cwtch coffee house at Val Wyatt Marina. There are also popular tennis, football, cricket and sailing clubs, a biannual village festival and the annual Wargrave and Shiplake Regatta is held in August. The station is within walking distance and the M4 is available at junction 10 only 7.4 miles and Junction 8/9, 7.9 miles away, with motorway access to the west country, Central London and Heathrow.
Set in the heart of Wargrave yet tucked away down a village lane in a quiet picturesque setting, Tallis Coach House is believed to be built in 1860 and was the coach house to Deans. It is constructed of brick under a tiled roof with some herringbone brickwork and wooden gable ends. The majority of the windows are UPVC double glazed and the original feeling of the Victorian era has been blended into the modern-day living. There are maple floors and joinery to the ground floor. There are high vaulted ceilings throughout and a wealth of character and period features with large picture windows making it a particularly light and versatile house. A viewing is recommended.
Leading from steps up to front door with outside light, the hall has maple wood floor and architraves with stairs to the first floor with understair cupboards and a door leading to the inner hall with a coat cupboard and sliding fully glazed doors to the courtyard garden. There is access to the useful cellar/wine store and door to the Drawing Room.
7.21 x 3.91 (23'7 x 12'9 )
A double aspect room into a bay window, feature fireplace with inset gas fire with a stone surround, hearth and over mantle.
4.34 x 2.97 (14'2 x 9'8 )
Full width and height glazed window with a door leading to the rear path and garage. There is a further bay window with storage, recessed ceiling spotlights and stairs to mezzanine level.
3.25 x 2.72 (10'7 x 8'11 )
3.0 x 2.01 (9'10 x 6'7 )
Steps up from sitting room to useful store/ children's play area.
Fully tiled wet room with underfloor heating and heated towel rail.There is a double door to allow wider entry, low-level WC, small wash hand basin and wet area shower cubicle.
7.11 x 3.35 (23'3 x 10'11 )
Well-fitted bright room with full-width and height double glazed doors on to the courtyard garden. The kitchen area has working surfaces with concealed lighting under and with a full range of matching floor and wall units incorporating a sink with a waste disposal unit and water softener. There is space for a gas cooker with extractor hood and light over. Space for fridge and separate freezer. Opening through to the dining area.
Cupboard housing gas fired Worcester boiler with hot water tank and plumbing and space for washing machine. Door to Balcony/Sun deck with light and power points.
3.91 x 3.07 (12'9 x 10'0 )
A double aspect room with range of overhead storage and steps that lead down to a dressing room with a good range of cupboards. There is a door that leads to the ensuite bathroom with another attractive bay window, a white suite with panel enclosed bath, low-level WC and wash hand basin and underfloor heating.
4.27 x 3.33 (14'0 x 10'11 )
3.68 x 3.07 (12'0 x 10'0 )
4.06 x 2.67 (13'3 x 8'9 )
All bedrooms with a good range of fitted cupboards.
White suite with enclosed bath with twin shower units over and shower screen, low-level WC and wash hand basin, underfloor heating and heated towel rail.
A pretty courtyard garden with outside tap and light, raised flower borders and a gate to the front of the property and path which leads to a further patio area with wooden garden shed/workshop.
6.32 x 3.25 (20'8 x 10'7 )
With electric rolling garage up and over door, light and power with courtesy door to the side path.
Hard standing for 2 cars to the front and side of the garage and hard standing for 2 cars to the front of the house.
Directions: RG10 8JP
Coming from Henley-on-Thames along the Wargrave Road. At the traffic lights with the Robins nest on your right, turn left up School Hill and just after the carpark, Backsideans will be seen on the left.
Strictly by arrangement with Sole Agents Robinson Sherston on 01491 411 911, firstname.lastname@example.org
Services and outgoings
Mains Electricity, Gas, Water and Drainage.Water softener, AlarmCouncil Tax: Wokingham Borough Council.Band G Amount payable 2019/20 £3072.46EPC Rating: E
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