Church Lane, Three Mile Cross, Reading, Berkshire, RG7
A beautiful Grade II listed Cottage full of character set in glorious gardens and grounds of 3/4 of an acre including a pony paddock.
A beautifully presented grade II listed cottage
believed to date from the 16th century with all
the benefits of rural living while being conveniently
located close to Reading. Over recent years the house has been completely re-thatched and re-decorated throughout. Outside, the property benefits from two driveways providing ample parking and a triple garage with attic and velux
window, hot/cold water, sink, mains gas and has
the benefit of planning to be used for the running
of a business.
The gardens have been transformed, of particular note being the new resin pathways. To one side there is also a pony paddock which may have development potential in the long term subject to planning.
The Thatch has excellent country walks nearby and theres also a wild meadow situated opposite the property.
Three Mile Cross, Berkshire
The village of Three Mile Cross lies just to the south of Reading and immediately adjoins the
larger village of Spnecers Wood which has a library, post office, bakery, The Farriers Arms Pub and Lambs Lane Primary school amongst its diverse range of amenities. Local shops cater for day-to-day needs whilst more extensive shopping facilities may be found in the bustling market town of Wokingham and the town of Reading with its Oracle Shopping Centre.
Transport links by both rail and road are excellent.
The M4 (J11) is just 0.5 miles away, providing
access to London and its airports. Directly outside
the cottage there is a new cycle way giving direct
access to Reading station and the town centre.
Train services can be accessed at Winnersh (London Paddington within the hour) and Reading (London Paddington 27 minutes).
Crossrail services from Reading are due to open
imminently with two Elizabeth line trains an
hour (four an hour at peak time) which will allow
passengers to travel right through central London
without having to change trains.
There are a wide range of schools in the area, both state and private. Of particular note are Crosfields, Daneshill, Wellington College, Kendrick School and Reading School.
• Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage
• Recent electrical certification
• Multiple external lighting, power sockets and
• Broadband via BT is available by subscription
• Council tax Band G 2019/2020 £3,049.02
• Wokingham Borough Council
• RG7 1HB
Fixtures And Fittings
Only those mentioned in these sales particulars
are included in the sale. All others, such as
fitted carpets, curtains, light fittings, garden
ornaments etc., are specifically excluded but
may be made available by separate negotiation