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This is one of our Waterside Properties.
WATERSIDE - This delightful apartment is set in a magnificent position within a converted Water Mill overlooking a weir that feeds into the River Kennet. Burghfield Mill has a long history with its first reference to the site appearing in the Doomsday Book and over the centuries it has served as a paper mill and then a corn mill. The apartment is located on the first floor and is accessed via a lift or stair access. On entering the apartment, there is an inner hall which provides the access to the principle reception areas and bedrooms. The sitting room, which also incorporates a dining area, is open plan and flooded with natural light. An attractive feature of this room are the French doors which open onto the west facing balcony overlooking the weir and island; a perfect spot to capture the afternoon and evening sun. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with integrated appliances.
The two bedrooms, both doubles, feature built in wardrobes and enjoy views over the island and weir. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room whilst a separate bathroom serves bedroom two.
This property is featured by our Waterside department.
Burghfield Mill is located just off Dewe Lane and is idyllically situated in the heart of picturesque countryside, with numerous lakes in the locality offering sailing opportunities as well as excellent walking and cycling. Burghfield itself is located south-west of Reading (approx. 4 miles) and benefits from numerous shops, post office, health centre, village hall, schools, and recreation grounds and leisure centre with swimming pool. The property provides easy access to Reading, the M4 motorway (approx. 4 miles) and the A33 to Basingstoke. Mainline rail services to London Paddington are at Theale Station, approx 4 miles away, and Reading (just over 4 miles) which offers direct and fast services.
Burghfield Mill is approached via a gated driveway with well-kept grounds. The drive sweeps past the front of the elegant building and creates a real sense of arrival with the residents' parking area located to the south side of the building. Forming part of the communal grounds is an island that lies between the mill stream and the River Kennet with fishing rights for the private use of residents of Burghfield Mill.
Share of Freehold with 126 years remaining on lease
Service Charge: £1928.00 per annum
Water charges: £791.00 per annum.
Sitting/Dining Room with Balcony
2 Bathrooms (1 En-Suite to the Master Bedroom)
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