A period three-bedroom family house dating back to 1814. Set in a lovely garden, Yarn Field has potential to further extend subject to planning permission.
Built in 1814 the property was originally one large
country residence and was subsequently converted to a semi-detached property. The current owners have owned the property for the last 17 years and the property has been lovingly cared for and improved during this time. The property is full of character with exposed wall beams and brickwork. Entering the property, ground floor accommodation is of good-sized proportions and flows well from room to room. Turning right as you enter from the porch, takes you to the properties dual aspect living room which benefits from a woodburning stove and doors to the garden.
The kitchen / diner has more than enough space
for a dining table and feels warm and welcoming
thanks to an Aga. Leading off from the kitchen is
a separate laundry room and the bathroom.
Upstairs there are three comfortable double
bedrooms two with built in cupboards that are
presented to a very good standard.
Outside the house is approached through double
gates onto a gravel drive with parking for two cars. To the rear there is a private West facing garden that is laid lawn with a larger terrace area and herbaceous borders within the garden there is a jacuzzi, a summer house and a separate building, which benefits from having a bar and WC. The summer house could also become a sizeable home office.
Beenham, West Berkshire
Yarn Field is situated on the edge of the popular
village of Beenham which is surrounded by rural
farmland and bordered by Bucklebury Common
an area of managed woodland. The village lies about 9 miles north east of Newbury with its extensive facilities and is conveniently located for access to the A34 and M4. Newbury, Thatcham and Theale all have mainline stations (Paddington line) and 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.
Beenham Village offers a range of activities and
benefits from a Primary school, village hall, pub,
church and playing fields and bordering Chapel
Row has a doctors surgery, pub and cafe. There
are a wide range of schools in the area, including
Harriet House Montessori, Elstree, St Andrews,
Brockhurst & Marlston House, Cheam, Bradfield
College, Downe House and Pangbourne College.
• Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central
heating. Private drainage.
• Superfast Broadband via Gigaclear is available
• Council tax Band D
• West Berkshire Council
• Sat Nav for RG7 5PX
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.