This picturesque character cottage, believed to date back to the late 17th century, sits on a mature plot with views over open fields. The property is located a short walk from local amenities, reputable schooling, brilliant local pubs and open countryside whilst being only 1 mile from Twyford Railway Station, giving access to London Paddington and beyond.
The property has been sympathetically extended over the years to create a beautiful family home, whilst retaining character features throughout, including exposed walls and ceiling timbers and large open fireplaces. Approached by a sweeping gravel driveway leading to the detached double garage, there is ample parking at the front of the house, the front garden has a high evergreen hedge at the boundary, providing a good degree of privacy.
The spacious accommodation is set over two floors with two sets of stairs. The main reception room benefits from underfloor heating and is divided into flexible seating areas and features an open fireplace with a brick surround, this opens onto a light and airy Amdega conservatory, with lovely views over the garden and the fields beyond. The family room also has a fireplace and leads into the study. On the other side of the main reception room is a delightful dining room with flagstone flooring, an open fireplace and double doors leading onto the garden terrace. The kitchen/breakfast room also has flagstone flooring, a range of bespoke units with Silestone work surfaces and built-in appliances, including a Falcon cooker. There is a spacious utility room and cloakroom, with a stable door opening onto a charming courtyard garden, to the side of the property. The dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and utility all benefit from underfloor heating.
Upstairs the central bedroom has a vaulted ceiling with exposed wall and ceiling timbers, built-in wardrobes and access to the jack-and-jill style bathroom. There are four further bedrooms sharing two bath/shower rooms, with bedrooms two and three having access to a balcony.
The rear garden is accessed from the conservatory and dining room, with a terrace to one side providing the perfect place for al fresco dining and enjoying the wonderful views.
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