Well located, traditional thatched cottage in area of outstanding natural beauty

Well located, traditional thatched cottage in area of outstanding natural beauty


Último acceso

Más de un mes


agosto 2017

¿Quieres ponerte en contacto con este miembro?

Inicia tu período de prueba gratis de dos semanas para empezar a hablar con otros miembros.

Envia tu primer mensaje

¿Te gusta lo que estás viendo? Ponte en contacto con este miembro para ver cuándo su casa está disponible

Sugiere la fecha

Escribe un mensaje

No disponible

No disponible

Añadidasa  la lista de favoritos

Esta casa está en tu lista de favoritos. Para acceder a tus favoritos haz clic en el icono de navegación

Add to shortlist

This home is not yet in your shortlist

3 Dormitorios
Número de personas 6
2 baños
Traducir esta página a otro idioma

Acerca de nuestra casa

Traditional country cottage on the edge of open countryside, with excellent transport links.
200 years old, semi-detached, thatched country cottage, on the edge of open countryside in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with excellent transport links across all Southern England.

Entering through a front enclosed porch, you come into the hallway at the foot of a stairway to the first floor. Turning right leads you through to a large living area split into a 'study/home office' and family room. Beamed ceilings, a wood-burning stove, a piano and comfy chairs, far too many bookshelves, armchairs and a sofa-bed... we use it as our 'cosy' room, the snug, the reading or music room, and with the use of a screen its also used as a back up guest room when visitors stay overnight.
On through the glass doors to the back of the house and it opens out into a large open plan living area, with ceiling to floor windows stretching the full length of the facing wall. Light and airy, at one end there's a seating area facing the second of our wood burning stoves (although this one is a 'lookalike' and electric in reality) - and at the other end a large farmhouse table and traditional dresser set the scene for family dining .
Looking out over the eating area is the open plan kitchen with a traditional AGA belfast sink, fridge, dishwasher and microwave. This leads back through to the hallway at the front of the house, where the laundry/freezer/utility room and toilet are leading off to the right hand side.
The first floor consists of a smaller total meters squared area than the ground level - but its still ample living space for a family of four. 2 double rooms, each looking out over the back garden and beyond, and one single room ( a small double bed, and wardrobe/hanging space) Finally the small landing opens into a bathroom with shower and toilet.

Last but not least, at the very foot of the garden, there's a summerhouse looking out onto the table tennis table and an open air hot tub which allows you to make the most of the gorgeous views.

P.S. looking back up the garden at the back of the house, note that whilst our garden stretches across the entire width of the house, it is semi-detached, and we live in the right hand half of the property only.

Características y accesibilidad

Más sobre nosotros

  1. Married couple with student kids

    Andrew is an accountant working in London; Catriona is a Marketing Manager working locally, Alasdair is studying Spanish at Liverpool University, and Maddy is studying her A levels, in the final year of school, before pursuing a career in Musical Theatre

    We love the peace and tranquillity of living in an "area of outstanding beauty", which nonetheless offers easy access to all there is on offer across the villages, cities and market towns of the South of England. .

Mi disponibilidad

Quiero recibir ofertas
No disponible



Situated in the heart of Southern England, the County of Berkshire, also known as 'Royal Berkshire' is home to several well known Towns and Cities, such as Windsor, where the famous Royal retreat Windsor Castle can be found; Royal Ascot, famous for its very popular annual horse racing festival; Highclere Castlle, of Downton Abbey fame and Blenheim Palace birthplace and home of Winston Churchill.
The county offers many picturesque Market towns and villages surrounded by glorious countryside views including walkways along the river Thames and Kennet Canal, which runs through Newbury.
Newbury is small market town with a lively family-friendly atmosphere offering lots to see and do for adult and children alike. There is an internationally renowned language school, the famous racecourse, gorgeous shopping; cinema, museums historic theatres and the arts.

También te puede gustar