An impressive Victorian cottage that has been extended and improved throughout to provide deceptively living accommodation that flows from the original reception rooms at the front, now made in to one large family room with character open fireplace, through to a modern and very well equipped shaker style kitchen and breakfast bar, large dining room perfect for entertaining or keeping an eye on the children doing their homework whilst you are cooking, in to the stunning oak Orangery with glass lantern roof that floods the back of the house with light, and then on through the full length glass double oak French doors on to the patio area, the secluded garden and then finally the newly opened public space of Cabbage Hill beyond, perfect for walking the dog or jogging, or just watching the sun setting from a chair the garden.
Properties along this quiet country lane rarely come up for sale and this cottage is one of the original farm properties dating back to 1890. It has retained the original charm and character whilst providing generous and versatile space, both inside and out. There is also scope for the property to be extended further, subject to the appropriate planning consent. The property is sold with no onward chain.
Binfield is a community active and friendly village located near to Bracknell with its new shopping centre including Fenwicks, Waitrose and M&S. The village has a number of excellent facilities including an outstanding Church of England Aided primary school, library, doctors surgery, pharmacy, hairdressers and beauty salons, two churches, three convenience stores and four parks. For those who enjoy socialising, there are three excellent pubs all family and dog friendly and offering tasty food, as well as a village social club putting on plenty of events. The village also caters for your taste buds with a choice of 2 Indian restaurants, a Chinese takeaway and a fish & chip shop. For those who love sporting pursuits, the village has its own cricket club, football club and The Binfield Tennis Association, as well as an annual 10km run. Close to M4 and M3 with Ascot, Windsor and Reading easily accessible by road and local transport.