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This is one of our Short-let properties
Forming part of this historic high street, This is a period property, enviably located up the hill, on the corner of Congreve Close and opposite the small green which provides a delightful outlook from the front windows. The house has a charming and welcoming feel about it with an abundance of character throughout and having been carefully updated and decorated in a neutral palette, all very much in keeping with the character of the cottage. The entrance opens into a generous room which serves ideally as a dining room which has doors to outside. The dining room opens out into the kitchen which is fitted with an excellent range of units and has light cascading down from a skylight above. To the right of the entrance is a separate sitting room which features an open fireplace, and overlooks a small courtyard to the rear. Progressing through the ground floor, to the rear is a study, ideally tucked away from the main hub of the house, together with a utility room and downstairs WC. The first floor boasts a generous master bedroom, a second double bedroom and a family bathroom with a bath and separate shower. A second staircase to the rear of the property gives access up to a third bedroom with en suite shower room.
The property is located in the heart of the pretty and sought after village of Aldermaston. The village has excellent road and rail links to London, Reading, Newbury and the south east. The M4 can be accessed via junction 12 at Theale which is approximately 5 miles away. There are some convenient local amenities including a village shop, post office, public house and hairdressers. The village, together with surrounding countryside and canal provide great footpaths and walks. The village of Theale (approx 4 miles) boasts supermarkets, restaurants and access to mainline services to London Paddington. Reading is within easy reach with its mainline fast trains to Paddington (30 mins to London). The market town of Newbury offers excellent shopping (including the relatively new Park Way development), its own theatre and cinema, and a choice of restaurants and bistros.
The rear garden has been thoughtfully landscaped to provide a large decked area within the walled section of the garden, with a long bench which extends around two sides of the decking - the perfect space for entertaining! Beyond this is a generous lawned area, with fencing which ensures the garden enjoys a good degree of seclusion. In addition, there is a paved terrace and a raised vegetable bed. A gate to the rear leads to a parking area for 2/3 cars.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Council Tax band E, EPC PENDING.
Master Bedroom En suite
Two Further Bedrooms
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