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Pinchington Hall is a splendid country house originally constructed around the early 1800’s. Which has recently been renovated to bring the property back to its former glory and offers the enviable combination of period elegance with modern day contemporary living. Set in delightful grounds, the property stands proud with an impressive frontage in Bath stone which has been restored by a local stonemason. All rooms boast wonderful proportions with high ceilings. Notably, the grand central reception hall, is double height by virtue of the galleried landing, with light cascading in from the lantern roof above and featuring the impressive staircase. This space certainly exudes elegance and is both eye catching and striking.
Oak flooring runs throughout the ground floor with the principal rooms enjoying wonderful views of the grounds from the large sash windows, all of which are double glazed, and have been restored together with the staircase and architraving. Underfloor heating has been fitted throughout and the bathrooms are all well-appointed and spacious, with high specification sanitary ware. The kitchen has not been fitted, allowing the purchaser to fit this to their own specification. The basement consists of a series of rooms which is a blank canvas and could be utilised for a variety of different uses.
Pinchington Hall is situated in Crookham Common; a wooded area south-east of the market town of Newbury. Newbury offers a wide and growing array of shops and restaurants. The town sits on the Kennet and Avon canal offering lovely walking and also offers a great day out at the Newbury Racecourse.
The M4 (J13) is about 8 miles away and, together with the A34, provides trunk road access to the north, south, east and west. The A339 is a short distance away and gives direct access to both Newbury and Basingstoke. Mainline rail links at Newbury or Thatcham provide access to London Paddington in 50 or so minutes.
There is fabulous riding country with plenty of bridle paths. The area offers an excellent range of both private and state schools making it an ideal choice for families; these include primary schools in Brimpton and St Finian’s in Cold Ash, Cheam, Horris Hill and Marlston and Brockhurst. For secondary schools; St. Gabriels, Kennet School, Downe House, Pangbourne College and Bradfield College.
Set well back from the road and with mature shrubs and trees offering seclusion, access is via electric gates to the sweeping gravel driveway and parking area in front of the property. To the left is a new triple garage with good natural light from a skylight above and with an adjoining studio room with kitchenette and shower room.
The grounds are mainly laid to lawn bordered by close board fencing in part and with a delightful informal woodland area. There are two large paved terraces, one accessed immediately from the kitchen and one from the drawing room providing a choice of areas for outside dining. The grounds overall extend to just over 4 acres.
Mains electricity. Private water and drainage. Oil fired underfloor heating throughout.
Reception Hall with Galleried Landing
Kitchen opening to Dining Area
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