This is a rare opportunity to purchase a home of great character with land and indeed is the first time coming to the market in over 60 years. This two bedroom detached residence sits on mature, south west facing gardens of approximately 1.5 acres. The property is in need of updating and would be suitable for extension or indeed replacement subject to the usual planning permissions being granted.
The accommodation comprises entrance into the kitchen/breakfast room which has a dual aspect. There is a living room with fireplace and access to the gardens and a separate dining room with fireplace and door through to the lean to. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms both with cast iron fireplaces and family bathroom.
Outside is driveway parking and lawned gardens with mature hedging and trees to the front boundary offering excellent privacy from the road. There are mature fruit trees in the garden along with a well and outbuildings in various states of repair and greenhouse. The South West facing gardens are delightful and you get a fantastic feeling of peace and tranquillity. The gardens then run into woodland both to the side and rear.
Situated in a delightful semi-rural setting on the edge of the village of Silchester, renowned for its historic importance, being the site of the Roman ruins of Calleva Atrebatum and having a 12th century church. Within the village, is a public house, excellent primary school, village hall and village green. Independent schools close by include Daneshill, Elstree, Bradfield College, Pangbourne College, Queen Anne's School, Oratory School, Wellington College, Shiplake College and Cheam. There is a local shop and post office within one mile at neighbouring Pamber Heath and Sainsbury's supermarket at nearby Tadley. There is also excellent vehicular access to the nearby towns off Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke.
Services: Electricity, water and mains drainage. There is gas to the property. The current gas radiator central heating system to radiators is not working with the radiators drained.