WONDERFUL COUNTRYSIDE LOCATION AND VIEWS - noir by david cliff - This house has been the subject of some incredible re-modelling and extending over recent years and is the perfect family home for those looking for a `piece of the country`. The level of finish and quality of materials used is very high and the views are beyond compare. Situated along a quiet country lane on the edge of the village of Grazeley with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.
There is a wonderfully versatile floor plan taking advantage of the stunning views and it really flows well - it was designed this way by the current owners. The 22` luxury kitchen/breakfast room flows nicely into two perfectly positioned reception room looking out to open fields and farmland. To the first floor there are four double bedrooms all with different views over open countryside and two bathrooms. The property is approached over a large gated driveway with hardstanding for a good range of vehicles. The garage is part of an oak-framed barn which has the single garage with extra loft storage to one side and an en suite annexe which serves as a fifth bedroom to the other. There is also a useful 23` shed/workshop. There is a `ground source` heat pump providing a yearly income and solar heating technology has recently been introduced. All sits within a 1/3 acre of established gardens with amazing views to all sides.
Conveniently situated for major commercial centres in the area and access to London and major airports. There are many facilities and amenities available close to and within the village. A little further out from here, Basingstoke, Reading and Wokingham provide a full range of shopping and recreational amenities. There are a number of highly regarded educational facilities from both a state and independent point of view, including Crossfields, Ludgrove, St Neots, Daneshill, Bradfield, Elstree and the excellent state and independent schools in Reading. There is easy access to the M4 motorway and fast and regular services to London Paddington and Waterloo by rail. Cross-rail is due to be introduced to Reading in the next few years too.