Late 19thCentury farmhouse house - midway between Wokingham and Crowthorne
Range of outbuildings – about 1,000 sq ft
Centrally located in a plot of over half an acre
The Old Farmhouse is superbly presented and set well back from the road in a convenient location for Wokingham, Crowthorne, Bracknell and also the M3 and M4 motorways. Train Services from Wokingham on Reading/Waterloo line. Good private and state schools.
The house has been in the same family ownership for about 35 years during which time it has been extended, modernised and much improved. This is a mid to late 19thCentury house of character extended at both ground floor and first floor level. There is a covenant restricting the occupation of the property to a single family home – whilst the outbuildings could no doubt be converted they must remain in the same occupation and must be occupied on a complementary basis. The undeveloped brick built/tiled range of outbuildings does off the potential to enhance the property and the value.
On the First Floor:
Bedroom: with two windows, radiator.
Dressing Room: with deep built-in wardrobe with sliding doors, two eaves cupboards, radiator.
Shower Room: with shower cubicle, wash hand basin, low level W.C., walls fully tiled, radiator.
Bedroom: with radiator, walk-in wardrobe with hanging space and shelving including factory lagged hot water cylinder.
Cloakroom: wash hand basin, low level W.C., radiator.
Bedroom 3: double aspect, two radiators.
Bedroom 4: with radiator.
Bathroom: white suite comprising panelled bath with hand shower, vanity unit including inset wash basin, low level W.C., radiator, walls fully tiled.
Landing:with access to roof space, window on half landing, cloaks cupboard.
On the Ground Floor:
Entrance Hall: radiator, understairs cupboard, recess understairs, tiled flooring.
Lounge: Ornamental fireplace (former open fire but now without chimney) with gas point beside.
Dining Room: with double radiator amd double doors to lounge.
Study: with door to garden, radiator.
Garden Room: with feature dome, double doors to garden, radiator, recessed ceiling lights, ornamental fireplace.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: ceramic sink unit with adjoining worktops including inset four ring gas hob all with cupboards and drawers below, extractor fan over hob, split level Neff double oven, further range of units including worktop with cupboards and drawers below, wall mounted cupboards above and inset microwave oven, housing for fridge and freezer, recessed lights, tiled flooring.
Utility Room: sink unit, space and plumbing for washing machine and vent for tumble dryer, tiled flooring, door to garden.
Cloakroom: with low level W.C.
Garage:with electronic up and over door, light and power.
Outbuildings: Brick/Tile single storey range with light and power. 66' x 15' approx.
Gardens:The property is set back about 300’ from the road over a private driveway with access through an electronic gate leading to the extensive shingle driveway in front of the house. Good width on either side of the house to the mainly lawned rear garden which also includes patio, raised vegetable garden and some specimen trees. Established hedges ensure a private rear garden.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING – D61. COUNCIL TAX - BAND F.
SERVICES: Mains Water, Gas and Electricity. Septic Tank Drainage.
Tenure:Freehold with vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.
Directions:After the turning into Honey Hill take the next driveway on the right hand side headed Birchin Inhams Farm. Go to the end of the tarmacadamed area where it becomes shingled continue straight on that it the Old Farmhouse
Viewing: By appointment with the owner’s Sole Agents Martin & Pole, Tel: 0118 978 0777 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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