Henwick House is an outstanding and impressive country house, built in the 1930s and completely modernised in recent years. Located in a peaceful setting with wonderful views across open countryside.
Dating back to the 1930s, Henwick House has
been the subject of complete renovation in recent
years, which has been undertaken to a very high
standard by the current owners. The house sits
perfectly in its plot of 1.57 acres, allowing for a
long gravel driveway to the front, and a private,
south facing rear garden.
The spacious accommodation is arranged over
two floors and has high ceilings and large windows creating a light and airy home. On the ground floor, there is a generous hallway with well proportioned rooms leading off. There is a drawing room with fireplace, family room and
sitting room which opens onto the conservatory and garden. The dining room leads to the open plan, fully appointed kitchen which enjoys stunning views over the neighbouring land. The utility room and garden room are adjacent to the kitchen at the rear of the house.
Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms, with an en suite and dressing room for the Master bedroom and an en suite for the guest bedroom, as well as a family shower room.
The well maintained grounds of 1.57 acres, are
mostly laid to lawn, to the front of the house there is a grass tennis court and the secluded rear garden has a swimming pool. High hedges and trees give privacy, whilst far reaching views can be
enjoyed over neighbouring fields. A stable block
is positioned at the front of the driveway, neatly
positioned in the corner of the plot, this consists
of 2 loose boxes and a tack room. The annexe/
home office is also positioned in front of the
property, this offers versatile accommodation
and benefits from a brick built fireplace and
Henwick, West Berkshire
Henwick is situated on the edge of Cold Ash,
a well-regarded village, five miles north of the
bustling market town of Newbury. Cold Ash itself has a village store with post office and two
popular pubs. There are two primary schools, as
well as the popular girls school Downe House.
Nearby there is an excellent range of independent
schools including St Andrews, Brockhurst and
Marlston, Bradfield College and Elstree. The
nearby and attractive market town of Newbury
has a choice of restaurants and cafés, with
excellent shopping, leisure facilities and a choice
of supermarkets. Newbury mainline station offers
fast and efficient rail services to London Paddington (50 minutes). There are superb road links in the area, with the M3 and M4 both close-at-hand, providing access towards London, the M25, Heathrow airport, and west towards Bristol and the southwest.
• Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage.
• Connection to Superfast fibre broadband is available.
• Council tax Band G 2022/2023 £3,346.38
• Local authority: West Berkshire Council.
Telephone 01635 551111
• RG18 9EP
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