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A substantial detached property which offers generous family accommodation arranged over two floors in this most popular village north of Newbury. Versatile accommodation is offered, with the ground floor having a wonderful flow; the sitting room features a wood-burner and opens into a sun room which has doors opening to the garden and enjoys lovely views to the rear. The sun room leads into a further room, currently used as a home office. The dining room opens into both the sitting room and the kitchen/breakfast area which combined offer a large and sociable family space. There is also a utility room, downstairs WC and a boot room.
The master bedroom on the first floor has a large adjoining bathroom, both of which have wonderful views over the rear garden and beyond. The second bedroom also benefits from an ensuite shower room whilst the two further bedrooms are served by the family bathroom.
In addition, there is a self-contained annexe which comprises a sitting room, bedroom, shower room and kitchen (with door to outside) located on the ground floor and serves well as secondary accommodation.
Peasemore is an ancient and historical village standing at a high point on the Downs, midway between Wantage and Newbury. Peasemore can also be accessed from M4 J13 via Chieveley village or from the A34 via East Ilsley. Over the centuries the village, with its landmark church spire, has developed to become a thriving village with local public house The Fox and active village hall with numerous activities. Newbury is about 7 miles away and offers excellent shopping including the new Parkway shopping mall, its own theatre and cinema, a choice of restaurants and the Kennet and Avon canal runs through the heart of the town. Railway stations can be found at Didcot Parkway or Newbury.
Being well set back from the road which runs through the village, the property is tucked away and is approached via a drive flanked by a generous lawned area, with ample parking to the front. To the rear is a wonderful garden, a generous size for a family and again largely laid to lawn bordered by some mature shrubs and hedging which offer a good degree of seclusion and also allowing views of fields beyond.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Master Bedroom with En Suite
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