Originally built in the late 19th century for the Sutton Family as a grand country house, Bucklebury Place has since been divided into individual spacious luxury apartments retaining character and many period features.
9 Bucklebury Place
Number 9 is a private wing situated at the back of the main house benefitting from its own driveway and garden with beautiful views across open countryside.
Bucklebury Place is approached via a grand drive with paddocks and parkland either side. A private driveway with parking and turning area leads to the front door. The versatile accommodation is arranged over one floor and includes a modern kitchen which opens onto a family room with doors leading to the sitting room which provides a great space for entertaining. The sitting room has a recently fitted woodburning stove and floor to ceiling windows and doors giving access and views over the garden and views beyond. There are 4 bedrooms, a family bathroom which was refitted in 2018 and separate shower room.
Outside there are beautifully maintained communal grounds of approximately 3 acres, number 9 is the only property within Bucklebury Place to have its own private garden and separate courtyard as well as benefitting from all of the grounds, it also has a detached garage/outbuilding situated across the driveway.
Mains water and electricity
LPG central heating
Broadband. BT broadband is available with Gigaclear due to be installed
EPC is available upon request
Share of freehold / management company
150 year lease granted in 1979
Service charge £395.15 per calendar month
Ground rent £25 per annum
Council tax Band E 2019/20 £2202.02
Local authority: West Berkshire Council. Telephone 01635 551111
The property is situated in the highly desirable area of Bucklebury, nestled within Bucklebury Common, which has many beautiful walks. Equidistant from Newbury, Pangbourne and Reading.
Nearby, Chapel Row has the popular Blackbird Café, The Bladebone Inn and also a doctors surgery.
The M4 J13 & J12 are just 6 and 8 miles away respectively, providing access to the West Country, London and airports.
Thatcham station 4.3miles (Paddington from 52 minutes) • Newbury station 7.3miles (Paddington from 57 minutes) • Reading station 12.8miles (Paddington from 31 minutes)
Crossrail services from Reading are expected to start in the near future 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, including Elstree, St Andrews, Brockhurst & Marlston House, Cheam, Bradfield college, Downe House and Pangbourne College.