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This semi-detached period cottage of character is located in an idyllic country spot, forming part of a small cluster of period properties with wonderful rural aspect. There is good accommodation downstairs, with a sitting room which has a fireplace with wood burning stove and windows which overlook the rear garden and terrace. The country-style kitchen has a breakfast bar and space for dining, with the staircase leading up to the first floor. There is also a separate dining room with attractive bow window and a further wood burning stove. A downstairs cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
The first floor offers two double bedrooms, both with fitted cupboards. Off the landing is the family bathroom along with two large cupboards for storage, one of which is an airing cupboard which contains the electric water heater.
Foley Cottages lies to the east of the village of Stockcross, and just to the west of Newbury. Stockcross has a shop and post office, a highly regarded primary school and a bus stop with buses to Park House and St Bartholomew’s Schools. Access to the M4 (junction 13) via the A34 and rail links are found at Newbury with London Paddington accessible in under one hour. Newbury offers excellent shopping, its own theatre, a comprehensive choice of restaurants and bistros, several highly regarded schools and the Kennet and Avon canal runs through the heart of the town. For recreation, the area has a number of private and municipal golf courses, fishing on the River Kennet, sailing at Theale, good walking and riding on common land, several gyms and spa's and of course horse racing at Newbury Racecourse.
Approached via a long drive with rural outlook, towards a small cluster of period properties, Number 2 Foley Cottages is one of only a handful of properties in this idyllic country location, enviably within convenient reach of Newbury town. There is a sizeable area of hardstanding in addition to the garage. An elevated terraced adjacent to the house is the ideal spot from which to sit and admire the views over the rear garden which is approximately 0.5 acre overall. The garden is informal with a wonderful variety of wildlife and with woodland beyond.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage and heating is by electric storage heaters and wood-burning stoves.
2 Double Bedrooms
Garage & Additional Parking
Wonderful Rear Garden
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