Guide Price £865,000 Available
  • Entrance hall
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room/games room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Study/music room
  • Master bedroom with ensuite
  • Three further bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Double garage and brick paved driveway
  • Well stocked southerly facing garden

The Property
Well positioned within this beautiful West Berkshire village, is a unique semi-detached property that compliments it's neighbouring property, namely the Old School House. School House has a spacious entrance hall, with underfloor heating, that in turn leads to all principle reception rooms. To the left in the hall is a cloakroom and to the right a good size study or music room, with a fitted book case and cupboards below. Further along the hall is a useful utility room and beyond this is the sitting room to the right. The sitting room has a fireplace with a stone surround and an LPG real flame gas fire, two windows to the front and double doors leading to either a games or dining room. The games/dining room flows nicely round to the kitchen breakfast room, which has plenty of fitted cupboards, tiled work tops and also French doors to the rear garden from the eating area. On the first floor there is a clever use of space in creating an additional work station. All the bedrooms are good sizes. The main bedroom has fitted wardrobes and a generous ensuite shower room as well as having delightful views across Lorne Farm fields. The other three bedrooms are doubles and bedroom two also has a balcony, which is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast, lunch or a even a sundowner. A beautiful period style bathroom completes the accommodation.

The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with a stone laid terrace and to the side a raised seating area with retaining rail sleepers. The pretty garden is landscaped and has plenty of mature trees shrubs and flower borders. The property is also well screened behind mature beech hedging. A double garage with light and power and parking for at least two cars in front can be found at the foot of the garden.

This highly desirable and picturesque village is ideally located being just a ten minute drive from J14 of the M4 and is one of very few villages in the area that does not have a main road running through it. The village nestles perfectly within the famed Lambourn Valley and is surrounded by stunning countryside. The river Lambourn, a chalk bed river, calmly meanders through the village. East Garston has a friendly and active social community, with numerous clubs, teams, events and activities that run throughout the year and to suit all ages. The village has a public house, The Queens Arms, which is a superb Gastro Pub/Hotel. There is also a lovely coffee shop, social club and village hall. The market town of Hungerford, well-known for its antique trails, is just 7 miles away and offers a large supermarket and a further selection of shops and cafes, as well as a frequent train service to London; with a journey time of about an hour. Newbury is approximately 11 miles away offering a wider range of shops and facilities and with various high street brands. Lambourn is a larger village situated 3 miles away with a sports centre and a range of shops including: supermarket, butcher and chemist. The Lambourn Valley is also served by an excellent doctors surgery and dentist.

Council Tax
West Berkshire Council, Band F

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Floor Plan
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