Inkpen Common, RG17
This is an individually designed detached family home which occupies a lovely position within the much sought-after village of Inkpen
Inkpen which is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has two village pubs/restaurants, a well-respected primary school and Kintbury station with direct access to London Paddington is only 3 miles from the property. Hungerford Station is approximately 4 miles away and also has direct access to Paddington.
The property enjoys wonderful views over the surrounding countryside and has been exceptionally well maintained and continually upgraded by the current vendors with high quality fittings and great attention to detail is evident both inside and out. Recent improvements include replacement double-glazed windows throughout, replacement front and back doors and an upgrade of the heating system including a new oil fired boiler making this this home extremely fuel efficent and whilst keeping it especially warm during the winter months.
On the ground floor the accommodation includes an impressive 21’ long sitting room with beamed ceiling the centrepiece of which is a brick fireplace with a wood mantelpiece housing a wood burner and double glazed French windows leading out to one of the patio areas and rear garden. There are also ample power points and Sky and digital TV points.
In addition, there is a dining room, a study/snug (which could also be used as a ground floor fourth bedroom) and a beautifully appointed kitchen/breakfast room which includes light oak cabinets with built in cooker, dishwasher and washing machine. The oak cabinets are complimented by solid granite work surfaces and a Belfast style butler sink. At the rear of the kitchen is a large walkin storage cupboard (currently used as a coat/boot room) which also houses a seperate cupboard for the oil fired boiler.
If prefered, it would be easy to rearrange the downstairs area to make it more openplan and the kitchen and study/snug room could also become a large openplan kitchen/reception room. This could also have bi-folding or French windows at the rear which would lead out to one of paved areas in the rear garden.
Also on the ground floor, is a hallway, a cloakroom with a generous sized shower and at the rear of the house, there is a large light and airy conservatory with doors leading out to the good sized easy to maintain mature garden which is mainly laid to lawn with two large paved entertaining areas. There is also a decked area which currently sites a workshop/shed/summerhouse with lighting and power.
Upstairs, the three good sized double bedrooms are served by a well-appointed family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and power shower. The 21’ long master double aspect bedroom is a particular feature and enjoys the best views over the surrounding farmland.
At the front of the property there is a gravelled drive with sufficient off-road parking for 3 to 4 vehicles. In this area, there is also the recently installed replacement oil tank, a wood store and to the side of the house, additonal covered storage for cylces etc. There is also external supply of both power and water to the front and rear of the house.
In all, this is a very unique contemporary home in a superb location which must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
The property benefits from oil fired central heating and mains drainage.
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From the horse's mouth
Countryside views in all directions
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