A fine detached Victorian village house with excellent accommodation requiring some updating.
Hall, Cloakroom, Dining room, Drawing room, Sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, Boiler/drying room, Shower room , wc, Storeroom, 6 bedrooms including a master bedroom with en- suite shower room, Family bathroom, Shower room, Garage, Garden 0.48 acres (0.194 hectares)
Yew Trees lies in an elevated position on the edge of Streatley. It is only a short walk from the centre of the village and enjoys access to the adjoining National Trust-owned Lardon Chase. The Goring Gap, as this area is known is the point where the Berkshire Downs converge with the Thames. It is a renowned beauty spot and designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Streatley, which lies on the Thames, has a church, primary school and a pub as well as The Swan Hotel and Spa and a golf course. There is a range of shops, restaurants and services in the twin village of Goring-on-Thames, including a mainline station to London. There is a vibrant local community life in both villages which hold their own Arts Festival and Regatta.
Oxford, Reading, Wallingford and Newbury are all within reasonable driving distance and there are excellent communications to London by rail via Goring and Streatley Station and by road via the M4 (J12) and A34. Heathrow is a 50 minute drive.
Wallingford 6 miles
Reading 10 miles
Pangbourne 4 miles
M4 (J12) 9 miles
Goring Station 1 mile (Paddington about 50 minutes)
This substantial late Victorian house is thought to have been built in 1890 and offers excellent accommodation amounting to just over 4,000 sq. ft. With three well-proportioned reception rooms and five double bedrooms and a single together with a good sized garden it is ideal as a family house and there is considerable scope for further updating and improving. There is also potential for alterations and enlargement subject to planning permission.
Yew Trees is set in the centre of its gardens which amount to approximately half an acre and which would benefit from further landscaping. Immediately to the south of the house and opposite two principal reception rooms is a south facing lawn and terrace which extends round to the front of the house where there is also parking for several cars and a garage which lies at the foot of the drive. Behind the house the garden is wooded and slopes steeply up to the rear boundary which directly adjoins the National Trust owned Lardon Chase.
Services: Mains water & electricity, private drainage. Oil fired central heating (not in attic rooms).
Council tax: H
Postcode: RG8 9LD
Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council - 01635 424000
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Jackson-Stops & Staff (01491) 871111 and the Joint agents Warminghams (01491) 874144
3 Reception rooms
Garden of 0.4 acres