Savills | Crookham Common Road, Brimpton, Reading, RG7 4TD | Properties for sale
137.50 sq m(1,480 sq ft)
Guide price £585,000(€677,239)

Crookham Common RoadBrimpton, Reading, RG7 4TD


    Key features

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    • Charming period property with original features throughout
    • Beautiful and private gardens
    • Ideally located in this desirable village
    • Versatile accommodation
    • Excellent communications by road and rail

    Exceptional Grade II Listed 3 bedroom period home with beautiful gardens.

    About this property

    • Kiln Cottage is a beautifully presented Grade II Listed home that offers charming period features throughout, including original beams and fireplaces and is ideally positioned in its plot.

      Internally, the house offers some wonderful living spaces, including a spacious, double aspect sitting room, with a feature fireplace. The family room offers a relaxing space and the dining room is perfect for entertaining and also features a lovely fireplace. The kitchen that leads on to a well-proportioned utility room which has its own door onto the gardens.. A practical utility room completes the ground floor accommodation.

      The bedroom accommodation is also superb. The master bedroom and guest bedroom both offer en-suite shower rooms. A third double bedroom completes the first floor accommodation.

      Outside, the property is approached from the road over a gravel driveway parking for several cars. The gardens are ideal for outside entertaining and are mainly laid to lawn with mature boarders and trees and offer a high degree of privacy.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A beautiful period cottage in this desirable village.

    Harry FisherProperty agent

    Local information

    • The property is situated in a rural position in Brimpton, surrounded by countryside and woodland and with excellent access to numerous footpaths.
    • The village of Brimpton has a church, pub, hairdressers and a highly regarded primary school. A wider selection of shops, services and leisure facilities can be found in nearby Newbury or Reading. There is excellent access to London and the rest of the country via the M4 and A34 and by rail via Thatcham (Paddington line) or Overton (Waterloo line) stations. The village now benefits from
    • A comprehensive range of facilities can be found in Newbury or Reading, including theatres, cinemas and health clubs.
    • The surrounding countryside provides plenty of opportunities for exploring, including walking, cycling and riding.
    • West Berkshire is also superbly catered for in education terms, whether state or independent schooling. Nearby independent schools include Cheam, St Gabriel's, Elstree, Bradfield, Marlston & Brockhurst, Downe House, Cedar School at Aldermaston and St. Andrews.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the centre of Newbury, proceed on the dual carriageway south through the town following the signs to Headley and Basingstoke on the A339. Pass St. Gabriel's School on the left and bear left at the next roundabout. After 1.9 miles and at the 3rd roundabout take the exit into Thornford Road signed to Aldermaston and Brimpton. Follow this road to the end and at the T junction turn right signed to Aldermaston and Brimpton. After approximately 2 miles and upon entering the 30mph limit area, kiln cottage will be seen on the left.
    • EPC Exempt