Grange Farm is a beautiful Grade II listed farmhousebelieved to date from the 17th century and set in approximately 30 acres of land with far reaching views over rolling countryside.
Grange Farm is a Grade II listed farmhouse
believed to date from the 17th century. The property is understood to have been substantially
remodelled during the 19th century and all of
the reception rooms benefit from attractive
working fireplaces and views over the surrounding gardens and farmland beyond. It has classic room proportions throughout and good ceiling heights, typical of a house of its period, and has been refurbished over the years by the current owners. Upstairs there are currently 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. With three staircases in total the current layout offers flexibility for creation of a self-contained guest area or annexe if required. There is an indoor swimming pool which is in need of renovations and opens onto a south facing terrace area and the property sits in just over 2 acres of grounds. A driveway to the side of the property leads past a parking area in front of the house. To the rear of the property there is parking for a number of vehicles and
two individual garages with a store room (with dividing partition wall) power and a loft space over. A second door leads to further storage at the end of the pool room, housing the oil tanks. There is a boiler room with a pool filtration system and two boilers. Opposite is a further store/freezer room. The well maintained
gardens are partly walled and lie mainly to the south, east and west, wrapping around the house and providing an attractive setting. A terrace adjoins the pool room and the gardens are laid mainly to lawn with various established flower and shrub borders.
Long Lane, West Berkshire
Only two miles north of Newbury itself, Grange
Farm is set amidst rolling Berkshire countryside.
The property is approached over a long private
drive with farmland either side. Part of the
driveway is shared with a small number of
high-quality barn conversions to the rear of the
farmhouse. The situation provides a combination
of privacy overlooking farmland with close
proximity to Newbury town centre and easy
access to the M4 an A34. The market town of
Newbury offers commercial, leisure and cultural
facilities along with a fast train service into London Paddington taking less than an hour. There is an excellent range of schooling in the area, both state and private, and the surrounding countryside is renowned for wonderful walking and riding.
• Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.
Oil fired central heating.
• Connection to Gigaclear ultra-fast fibre
broadband is available at the property.
• Council tax Band H 2022/23
• Local authority: West Berkshire Council.
Telephone 01635 551111
• Postcode: RG14 2TF