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This beautifully presented Georgian family home was at one time the Toll House and was later extended by the Victorians and used as the gardener’s cottage serving the Mapledurham Estate. Today it stands as a warm and inviting family home that has been thoughtfully refurbished throughout as well as extended. The property comprises two formal reception rooms either side of the entrance hall that offer high ceilings and feature open fireplaces. Continuing along the entrance hall, there is a utility room and cloakroom and a stylish, bespoke kitchen with slate floor and under floor heating, fitted units beneath granite work surfaces that is open plan to the vaulted, green oak dining and family area. This is without doubt the heart of this house and with its southerly aspect, means it is flooded by light, helped by the large windows and glazed doors that lead on to a raised decked area.
Four bedrooms on the first floor include the Master Bedroom with en-suite shower room and three remaining bedrooms served by a family bathroom .
The property is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of Goring Heath where there are many walks and bridle paths to hand. Nearby Woodcote has a local shop and post office, however wider shopping and leisure facilities can be found at either Pangbourne, Henley on Thames or Reading. Those wishing to commute to London will find train services from Reading to Paddington approx. 25mins, (Crossrail expected 2019) or there are services from nearby Goring and Pangbourne. Motorway access for the M4 is at Junction 12, approx. 7 miles. The Oratory, Moulsford Prep, Cranford House for Girls, Bradfield and Pangbourne College are at hand.
Four bedroom family home
Beautifully extended and renovated
Secure landscaped garden
Gated off street parking
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