Brimpton Road, Brimpton, Reading, Berkshire, RG7 4SS | Property for sale | Savills
4.50 Ac(1.82 Ha)
Guide price £1,375,000(€1,614,817)

Brimpton RoadBrimpton, Reading, Berkshire, RG7 4SS

  • Sale Agreed
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Superb equestrian facilities
  • Vaulted drawing room with wood burner
  • Spacious principal suite
  • Approximately 4.5 acres of paddock and garden
  • Possibility of additional 5 acres to rent

Spacious modern single-storey property with superb equestrian facilities.

About this property

  • A most striking contemporary home affording stunning modern and contemporary living, benefitting from stylish fixtures & fittings, with spacious accommodation extending to approximately 4,240 sq ft, inclusive of limited use areas, with an inspired and tasteful orientation, offering five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and three reception rooms, extensive stables and paddocks in about 4.5 acres. Hillcourt Lodge is a beautifully presented and well designed spacious property built in 2003, within easy reach of outstanding schooling, extensive shops and amenities, and mainline railway station providing access to London in under the hour.
    The accommodation is well appointed with a lovely reception hall giving access to all principle rooms, and whilst overlooking the central courtyard. There are many overhead beams, wood flooring and good quality fittings throughout. The large Drawing room enjoys a dual aspect and an attractive contemporary log burning stove. The sitting room is also a good size with French doors into the rear gardens. The Kitchen/Breakfast room adjoins the dining area and has fully fitted wood units with black granite worktops, a central island and a range cooker. The dining area has a lovely dual aspect overlooking the central courtyard and front of the property. There is also an adjoining utility room with boot room and stable door giving access to a covered porch area at the front of the property. There are five double bedrooms, incorporating the large main bedroom with dressing room and en suite shower room, a double bedroom en suite and three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the first floor there is a loft room with really good storage space and further access to the loft itself.

    OUTSIDE
    The property has a long gravel driveway from the entrance driveway past the stables offering space for several horses along with a menage and three paddocks, four Stables, Feed room; Tack room and Store.
    In All Approximate 4.5 Acres, of which four Acres are Paddocks the remaining half an acre are Gardens With Far Reaching Views. There is an option to rent a further five acres.
    There is a paved and gravel courtyard to the front of the property and to the rear paved and gravel terracing. The property also benefits from lawned and wooded areas along with mature shrubs and trees affording a delightful al fresco lifestyle.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

When visiting the property for the first time I was expecting to like the vaulted ceiling but I was really knocked over by the stunning views.

Cameron PowerProperty agent

Local information

  • Brimpton is a mostly rural village and civil parish in West Berkshire. The village occupies a few square miles of land between the Kennet and Avon Canal,
  • Brimpton is situated south of the A4 between Newbury and Reading. It is a small rural settlement with just over 200 houses most of which are to be found in three distinct areas; the village, Brimpton Common and Hyde End. The total population is about 550.
  • All three areas of the parish have a long history of habitation and many of the houses in each of them are several hundred years old. The two areas of relatively high ground are the village centre and Brimpton Common. Hyde End lies in a valley created by the river Enborne.
  • There are several working farms and the agricultural land comes close to the village centre; consequently, all parts of the parish have a rural character and most houses have a view over open countryside. The parish is criss-crossed with footpaths which provide a variety of interesting walks alongside the river Enborne and through woodland, as well as across open countryside.
  • The facilities include a primary school, parish church, Baptist church, village hall and two pubs. The Kennet School in Thatcham (3.5 miles) has an outstanding ofsted, there are other independent schools such as Elstree School (3.3 miles), Cedars Day Nursery & Pre-School (2.6 miles), Alder Bridge School (4 miles) and Cheam School (5.2 miles), Downe House (6.3 miles) and Bradfield College (7.8 miles).
  • There is a shop nearby in Crookham and a bus service between Newbury and Reading. Reading Railway Station is 14 miles away offering a regular fast service into London Paddington. Reading Station is also the hub for both the Heathrow and Gatwick express coach service.
  • In the heart of Reading (13 miles) The Hexagon is a multi-purpose entertainment venue which hosts an eclectic mix of entertainers from big name Comedians, Spectacular Musicals, Children's Shows, Classical Concerts, Opera, Pantomime, Theatre, Dance and everything in between.
  • There are a wealth of sports activities within easy reach including golf at either Donnington Valley & Donnington Grove (10.5 miles) or Theale Golf Clubs (8.6 miles), horse racing at Newbury racecourse (6.3 miles) and polo at La Mariposa Polo Club and School in Cranbourne.
  • Please note that all distances and journey times are approximate.

Additional information

  • Council Tax: G
  • Services: Oil central heating, solar panels, mains electricity, water and private drainage.
  • Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council
  • Directions: From our offices turn left and continue over the river bridge to the traffic light crossroads at Streatley. Turn left at the traffic light and continue on the A329 out of Streatley, through Lower Basildon and Pangbourne. At the mini roundabout at the Elephant continue straight over and out of Pangbourne towards Tidmarsh. Drive through Tidmarsh and to the large roundabout at the end. Take the right turning onto the A4 towards Newbury. Continue on the A4 for some 7 miles until you see a sign post for Brimpton on the left. Take this road and approximately a mile and a half later, the property is found on the left hand side up a long drive.
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G