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Situated in the sought after Berkshire village of Hurst is this important and historic country house. Believed to have been built circa 1580 with later additions, the property has seen significant improvements and now enjoys a mix of traditional and contemporary accommodation. Arranged over three floors and enjoying a wealth of character and period detail.
Set in circa 50 acres within the beautiful Berkshire countryside. The village offers many fine public houses, post office/store, church and a school. More comprehensive facilities can be found in Wokingham, Reading and Henley on Thames, all of which have a railway station with trains to London Paddington or Waterloo. Also being very conveniently located for Junction 8/9 and 10 of the M4 providing fast access to London, Heathrow and the national motorway network. There is a wide variety of excellent schools in the area and recreational facilities include a number of fine golf courses, boating on the Thames at Henley and Marlow and walking and riding in the surrounding countryside.
Set in circa 50 acres
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