Wellington Road, Sandhurst, Berkshire, GU47

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4

noir by david cliff - we are proud to present this four bedroom period cottage which sits within close proximity of Sandhurst village and its array of amenities. Your own piece of history, built in 1792 and originally belonging to the local farm manager, this property has been extended and developed over the years and comes to the market presented beautifully. The current owners purchased it back in 2013 and have updated it to a very high standard and what`s lovely here is that a lot of the original features have been kept and the soul of the property has not been lost in the renovations. If you are looking for a character property that offers contemporary living then this could a great option for you.

There is a homely feel to the cottage as soon as you walk in through the front door. The bespoke kitchen, which is located to the left of the entrance hall, is light, airy and extremely well-designed. To the right of the hallway through an oak beamed archway there is a cosy snug with an original fireplace which still has a side-nook that would have been used for proving dough back in the 18th century. This room would have been part of the original property when built. As you follow the hallway to the end and turn left you come to a spacious living room which has lovely wooden beams across the ceiling and a gorgeous fireplace, perfect for relaxing next to a roaring fire on winter evenings. There is a stunning garden room, complete with vaulted ceilings, which was added only a year ago. This is a great spot to spend the summer months as here you have a terrific view of the private rear garden and stream running alongside the back garden with access to the extensive patio area via oak bi-fold doors. The downstairs accommodation also boasts a generously sized dining room with underfloor heating, an office, a larder, WC and utility area.Upstairs is where you really do get reminded that this is a 17th century cottage. It is full of character, displaying original beams and other period features. You will find four good size double bedrooms all with built in storage. There is also a spacious family bathroom and a stunning en suite.

Externally to the rear you will find a well presented and enclosed private rear garden, extensive patio area which is perfect for summer entertaining, a bridge over the stream to a vegetable patch, and two out-buildings. This home also benefits from a double garage, an electric car charging point and a parking area at the front which can easily accommodate for several vehicles.

You really do have to view this property to truly appreciate what is on offer here. The property is approached through a lych gate and is located at the end of a long private driveway alongside a running stream which opens out into a lovely pond that is a haven for local wildlife. Despite being secluded and hidden, it offers easy access to the areas most popular schools including Eagle House school and Wellington college, it is also close to local shops, pubs, cafes, Snaprails park, The Meadows shopping facilities and the M3 corridor. Viewings are highly recommended and arranged by appointment only.

01189 899770

David Cliff Estate Agents - Wokingham

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