- Village location
- 3 bedrooms
- 3 reception rooms
- Large rear garden with potential to landscape
- Potential to extend STPP
- Garage and driveway parking
- Character features
A charming semi detached cottage built in the early 20th century. Traditionally designed in the late Victorian Villa style, it has been thoughtfully expanded in recent years to create a spacious three bedroom family home.
Upon entering, you find yourself in the entrance hall which provides access to the integrated garage and useful utility area with a cloakroom beyond. The living room has french doors overlooking the garden and offers access to the conservatory and terrace beyond. The kitchen is generous and flows into the orangery, providing stunning panoramic views of the garden. Two further rooms complete the downstairs, one with a beautiful open fireplace, currently utilised as a study but offering plenty of scope for many different uses as desired.
On the first floor, a spacious master bedroom with ensuite shower room overlooks the garden. An additional double bedroom and a family bathroom are on this level and a staircase leads to the final double bedroom on the top floor, along with storage in the eaves.
Outside, the property is accessed via an appealing brick drive and forecourt, offering ample parking. To the rear, a raised terrace accessible from the sitting room and orangery is perfect for outdoor dining. The garden primarily consists of a lawn with mature hedged boundaries and shrub borders, providing a private and attractive sanctuary. Two sheds with power are situated at the bottom of the garden, which could easily been turned into a summerhouse or home office.
Woodcote is a vibrant, community minded village set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, surrounded by woodland and farmland. The village features local shops, a post office, restaurant, several pubs, a garden centre and recreation ground. Reading, Henley on Thames, Goring and Wallingford are all easily accessible.
There are a number of highly regarded schools in the area including Woodcote Primary School, Langree Secondary School and The Oratory in the village itself, with Pangbourne College, Cranford House, The Manor, Moulsford Preparatory, Abingdon Boys and The School of St Helen & Katharine all within a reasonable distance.
For the commuter, a regular train service operates from Goring, Henley on Thames or Reading. London Paddington is available in under 30 minutes via the Elizabeth Line from Reading.
Council tax band: E