A lovely conversion of an Eighteenth Century barn located in a popular village surrounded by beautiful countryside.
The Bakehouse Barn is a lovely conversion of an Eighteenth Century barn. The property is located in a quiet village surrounded by beautiful countryside.
As you approach the barn there is an outside space - enough for parking if required and to have an outside patio area. You enter into the hall and the fitted kitchen is straight ahead - light and airy with dual aspect and a new floor is being fitted.
Along the hall is the bathroom -also being newly fitted with white basin, loo and shower. Further on is a large storeroom / utility room which houses the boiler. In the L of the hallway is the office / third bedroom - a large light room with leaded-style windows and high sloped barn ceiling.
You then enter the very spacious reception with its vaulted ceiling, beams, windows to one side and full height glass doors to the other throwing light into the room giving it a real feel of a barn conversion.
The cast iron spiral stairs at the far end of the reception lead to the mezzanine above which looks down on the living room at one end and out of the window into countryside at the other and would be a second bedroom.
At the end of the reception there is a'stable' door leading into main, large bedroom - the dual aspect leaded-style windows throwing in plenty of light, and wooden columns giving its sense of history.
• The Bakehouse Barn is situated in Chapel Row, the village has its own Café, pub and doctors surgery. Bradfield Southend is only a short distance away with a village store and post office.
• The more comprehensive amenities of Newbury and Reading are 8 and 10 miles respectively, and the M4 (J12) is just 5 miles away, providing access to the West Country, London and its airports.
• Midgham Station is about a mile away and there
are regular services from Reading to Paddington
taking approximately 25 minutes. Theale station is
8 minutes away and provides a 45 minute train to
• Crossrail services from Reading: From December
2019, two Elizabeth line trains an hour (four an hour at peak time) will allow passengers to travel right through central London without having to change trains.
Not suitable for young children or pets