Ryehurst Lane, Binfield, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG42 5QY | Property for sale | Savills
2,952 sq ft(274.25 sq m)
Guide price £1,195,000(€1,413,557)

Ryehurst LaneBinfield, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG42 5QY

    Key features

    • Beautifully presented and inviting house
    • Set in a pretty rural location
    • Set in glorious gardens with sun terrace, glass house & mature well-stocked beds
    • A separate office ideal for homeworking
    • Spacious double garage & driveway parking

    Beautifully presented house set in exceptional landscaped gardens. A glorious green, private oasis located on a country lane with a pretty rural outlook

    About this property

    • Hawthorns is nestled in a picturesque rural setting on Ryehurst Lane, surrounded by wrap-around landscaped gardens that are a joy to behold. This inviting residence has meticulously presented living spaces spread across two levels.

      As you enter the property, electric gates swing open to reveal an expansive driveway, offering ample parking and leading to a double garage. Adjacent to the garage, you'll find a generously proportioned office, perfectly suited for remote work or alternatively, a versatile space for a home gym or studio.

      On the ground floor, the kitchen takes centre stage as the heart of the home. It is thoughtfully designed with an array of well-appointed cabinets, integrated appliances, and a spacious central island. An exposed brick fireplace adds character to this room, which also provides ample room for dining and opens seamlessly to the garden terrace through French doors. An adjoining utility room offers additional storage and laundry facilities. The double aspect drawing room provides a comfortable space for relaxation and dining. Its standout features include an exposed brick fireplace with a wood-burning stove, painted beams and French doors that lead to the garden A perfect setting for cosy evenings in. The delightful snug on this floor also has a feature fireplace, wood-burning stove and bespoke display shelving and storage. Completing this level is a contemporary wet room.

      Moving upstairs, you'll discover the delightful principal bedroom, a spacious room with fitted wardrobes, dual-aspect garden views and a luxurious en suite shower room. There are also three beautifully appointed bedrooms and a family bathroom.

      The gardens that surround this house are nothing short of splendid. Immaculately landscaped beds feature a harmonious blend of varied foliage, architectural plants and seasonal blooms. These lush gardens are complemented by meticulously maintained lawns and a pond. A custom-built glasshouse provides a sheltered spot to unwind amidst the greenery or nurture your own plants. Adding to the charm, a historic summer house dating back to 1932 is designed to pivot, ensuring you're always in sunlight. To the west of the property stands a majestic oak tree, estimated to be around 260 years old, casting dappled shade. Two additional storage sheds and a discreet composting area complete this exceptional garden.

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    I love Hawthorns the setting is a delight, the house is inviting and the gardens are simply stunning. A must see property!

    Fiona CopemanProperty agent

    Local information

    • Hawthorns enjoys a rural location yet is within reach of the towns of Ascot, Maidenhead and Windsor and the excellent range of shopping and leisure amenities that they offer. There are some well-regarded restaurants in the area including Bluebells in Sunningdale, The Barn at Coworth Park, the Fat Duck, Waterside Inn and Hinds Head in Bray.
    • For the commuter, rail links to London (Paddington) are available from Ascot, Windsor & Eton Central (via Slough) and Maidenhead stations and to London (Waterloo) from Ascot and Windsor & Eton Riverside; the Elizabeth Line is now running connecting to the city. The M3 and M4 provide good road links to Central London, the West Country, Heathrow and the M25.
    • Recreational facilities in the region include golf at the Sunningdale, Swinley and Wentworth, polo at the Royal Berkshire Polo Club and Smith's Lawn, horse racing at Ascot and Windsor, spa facilities at The Berystede, Coworth Park and Penny Hill Park, walking, cycling and riding in Windsor Great Park and boating on the River Thames.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G