This stunning character property is incredibly unique, with its 15th century reception living area earning it the accolade of 'one of the oldest houses in Berkshire'. A Grade II listed house spanning over 2000 sqft, this four-bed is situated down the tranquil and neighbourly West End Lane and benefits from an expansive, private garden.
At the rear of this fantastic green space is a summer house, which the current family utilise for garage space but has the potential for a range of uses. In addition to the garden, a unique asset of this property is an outdoor courtyard area, which can be accessed from the garden, conservatory and utility areas. Excellent for entertaining, this space is perfect for outdoor dining as it is easily accessed from and overlooked by the kitchen.
As you enter the property you are met with a large living room and dining area, which benefits from a fully functional open fire to keep you toasty in the winter. The second reception downstairs reception room also has a open fire burner, giving the whole house a cosy feel. Off of this reception room is a conservatory that leads through to the aforementioned courtyard.
The renovated kitchen boasts an AGA cooker which will generously remain with the property, as well as a large, under counter drawer fridge. The island in the middle of the kitchen makes the perfect breakfast area, benefiting from the warmth of the AGA in winter months. Leading through from the kitchen is a spacious utility, one of the many impressive storage areas in the property, offering plenty of room for your white goods.
The first floor of this property benefits from a large landing area, which the current owners have cleverly utilised as a study space. Bedrooms two and three are both double rooms with fitted storage areas and plenty of room for free standing furniture - not to mention beautiful views beyond their window. The spacious four-piece family bathroom can be directly accessed from the third bedroom, like a Jack and Jill. The master bedroom leads through to the fourth bedroom, which the current owners are using as a dressing room. This room leads through to the en-suite shower room.
The many assets of this unique household are compounded by its excellent access to Bracknell's transport links and the newly regenerated Lexicon town centre. It is the perfect property for any family looking for some character in their next home.
SOME KEY FEATURES ABOUT West End Lane:
Warfield offers the tranquil, idyllic and rural environment of a peaceful country village, whilst still being situated close to a number of vibrant large towns, such as Bracknell, Maidenhead, Ascot, Windsor and Reading. Plus, it’s become a popular location for families with the range of reputable schools in the area.
Binfield is a small village located on the edge of Bracknell and Wokingham. It offers residents a range of facilities including a parade of shops, a number of pubs and a couple of schools.
Winkfield is a quiet village located between Bracknell and Windsor.
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