Sunnyside is a modern house in a fantastic rural position, offering excellent and versatile living accommodation and offering scope to extend subject to planning permission set in approximately 1.07 acres on the edge of the sought-after village of Frilsham.
Sunnyside is a modern house in a fantastic rural position, offering excellent and versatile living accommodation. The house enjoys a secluded position in this popular village and is ideal for
family living. There are three bedrooms on the first floor and, conveniently downstairs, there is the option of a fourth bedroom or an additional reception room, helping to provide a highly flexible layout for accommodation. Of particular note, is a large reception room with log burning stove and views over the garden and woodland beyond. The property previously had planning permission (expired January 2019) to link the detached garage block to the main house creating a larger overall property. Interested parties make their own enquiries through West Berkshire Council ref. 16/00266/HOUSE.
Sunnyside is approached via a five-bar gate, with gravel drive culminating in a parking area and leading to the double garage with storage above. The gardens and grounds lay mainly to the front of the property and consist of a lawned garden area leading onto an airy copse providing an attractive rural scene over the green fields beyond. At the rear of the house there is a vegetable garden and play area. To the side of the property is a pergola clad with scented climbers providing a terraced area which is ideal for outdoor entertaining.
Sunnyside is situated on the outskirts of the village of Frilsham, in an Area of Outstanding
Natural Beauty close to the Berkshire Downs and surrounded by wonderful walking and riding country. In the village itself there is an active local community and excellent facilities including the highly regarded Harriet House school, the renowned Pot Kiln gastro pub/restaurant and the West Berkshire Brewery and cafe/kitchen which is within walking distance. Nearby Yattendon has a village shop, coffee shop/cafe, hairdresser, and the popular Royal Oak pub, and Vicars Farm Shop is a short distance away in Ashampstead. The larger towns of Newbury and Pangbourne provide a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities. Communications in the area are very good with trains from Pangbourne and Reading into London Paddington, and easy access to the M4 and A34.
There is an excellent range of schools nearby including Elstree, St Andrews, Cheam, Brockhurst and Marlston House, Bradfield College and Downe House. Harriet House nursery and pre-prep school is about 500 yards away across the park, within easy walking distance.
• Mains water, electricity, gas, and drainage.
• Broadband BT superfast fibre broadband available.
• Council tax Band G 2020/2021 £3,225
• West Berkshire Council
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