Savills | The Avenue, Chapel Row, Reading, RG7 6NN | Property for sale
1,630 sq ft(151.43 sq m)
Guide price £895,000

The AvenueChapel Row, Reading, RG7 6NN

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Viewings commence Monday 20th June
  • Quiet position off the Avenue of Oaks
  • Flexible accommodation
  • Lovely open plan kitchen living area
  • Attractive gardens and useful outbuildings
  • Potential to reconfigure

Unique cottage in a quiet position.

About this property

  • Dating from 1902, Gatehouse Lodge is a unique home, quietly tucked away at the bottom of a private track. Providing accommodation over two floors, there is well proportioned accommodation throughout. Of particular note is the superb open plan, living, kitchen and dining space. There is a bespoke kitchen, handmade by John Lewis of Hungerford, with stylish cabinets, including a wonderful larder cupboard, limestone flooring and Fired Earth tiles used to create the splashbacks. In addition this generous room has space for a dining table, along with a seating area and a wood burning stove. There are double doors out onto the garden. In addition there is a separate sitting room , with a bay window to the front of the house, wooden floors and a wood burning stove. The current owners use the two further ground floor rooms and bedrooms, one of which has an adjacent cloakroom.
    On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a well-appointed bathroom, with bath and separate walk in shower.


    The house is approached via a gravel driveway, providing ample parking for several cars. to the front of the house. The gardens have been mainly laid to lawn and are bordered with a range of mature trees and hedging, along with shrub and herbaceous borders. There are two very useful timber outbuildings, one is currently utilised as a home office and gym and the other provides excellent storage.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Gatehouse Lodge is tucked away in a lovely position, with wonderful walks on the doorstep.

Lindsay JohnnProperty agent

Local information

  • The house is located in Bucklebury Common just off the well known Avenue of Oaks which offers a public house, shop and doctors surgery. Nearby Upper Bucklebury and Bradfield Southend offer a local shop, a church, primary school and a public house. The area around Bucklebury is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is crossed by a network of footpaths and bridleways. Bucklebury is extremely well located for transport links. Junction 12 of the M4 is less than 5 miles away, which connects the area to London and the West. Reading train station provides frequent services to London from Paddington from 34 minutes. There are also stations at Thatcham and Midgham offering rail services into Reading. Heathrow and Gatwick International Airports.

Additional information

  • Directions: Follow sat nav
  • EPC Rating = F
  • Tenure = Freehold