Built in the 1980s Rotherfield is a 5 bedroom detached family home situated on the edge of the village, benefitting from approximately 0.45acres and open countryside views.
Rotherfield is a generously proportioned family
home situated in the highly desirable village of
Cold Ash. This family home is situated on the edge of the village, overlooking the playing fields and tennis courts to the front and also having southerly views behind the house where the elevated position offers far reaching views over open countryside.
Upstairs there are 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms,
the master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and a large balcony with views over the garden and countryside beyond.
Downstairs, the entrance hall leads to a playroom
and study at the front of the house, as is the
kitchen/breakfast room. A spacious sitting room
with fireplace and woodburning stove is positioned at the back of the house with patio doors leading to the terrace. There is also an additional bedroom/dining room at the back of the house and shower room to the side. The utility/boot room has a stable door leading to the side of the house.
Outside, a large gravel driveway leads to covered
bays to the front of the house and sweeps across the length of the plot leading to the large garage which is over 33 feet by 21 feet, this also has internal storage area and separate outbuilding connected at the back of the garage.
The garden is south facing, a terrace wraps around the house and steps down towards the lawn and fish pond.
Cold Ash, West Berkshire
Cold Ash is a well-regarded village, five miles north of the bustling market town of Newbury. Cold Ash itself has a village store and post office, plus a local pub.
There are two primary schools in the village as well as the popular girls school Downe House. Nearby there is an excellent range of independent schools including St Andrews, Brockhurst and Marlston, Bradfield and Elstree to name a few. The nearby and attractive market town of Newbury has a choice of restaurants and cafés, with excellent shopping, leisure facilities and a choice of supermarkets.
Newbury mainline station offers fast and efficient
rail services to London Paddington (50 minutes).
There are superb road links in the area, with the
M3 and M4 both close-at-hand, providing access
towards London, the M25, Heathrow airport, and
west towards Bristol and the southwest.
• Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage.
• Connection to Gigaclear ultra-fast fibre
broadband is available at the property.
• Council tax Band E 2021/2022 £2,292.74
• Local authority: West Berkshire Council.
Telephone 01635 551111
• RG18 9JD