Slanting Hill, Hermitage, Thatcham, Berkshire, RG18
Heatherways is a substantial detached property set well back from the road, surrounded by wonderful woodland in this leafy street within the popular village of Hermitage. The property enjoys generously proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors. On entering there is a large welcoming entrance hall which has ample room for a study space if desired and which gives access to all the principal ground floor rooms. The sitting room is a lovely light room, being dual aspect and with doors out to an outside terrace and with an fire place being a focal point. There is also a dining room and a good study and a downstairs cloakroom. The kitchen/breakfast room has an excellent range of cupboards and integrated appliances and leads into a utility room which has a door to outside.
The principal bedroom on the first floor has a range of fitted cupboards and a good sized ensuite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom as well as a small laundry room.
The house has a lovely spacious feel to it and all the rooms have a wonderful aspect over either the rear garden and woodland beyond or the well tended garden to the front.
Approached via a five bar gate, the front drive is flanked by lawn on both sides and bordered by hedging and shrubbery which affords a good degree of seclusion. There is a good gravelled parking area to the front of the house for a number of vehicles and a garage which is adjoined to the house and easily accommodates two further cars. To the rear the house sits in an elevated position affording outstanding views over the garden from the terrace, with steps down to the lawn.
Hermitage is an attractive sizeable village situated about 4 miles north of Newbury. The village has a wide range of facilities including an infant and primary school, a well stocked post office shop and general stores, a petrol station and two public houses. In terms of secondary education Hermitage is within the highly regarded Downs School catchment area. A comprehensive road network is accessed by the A34 about 3 miles west of the village, serving the M4 and M3 motorways. There is also a mainline railway station in Newbury serving London Paddington in just under an hour.
Mains Water, Drainage and Electricity, Oil Fired Central Heating
Council tax Band G
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