Situated on the outskirts of Burghfield Common, Pullens is a handsome detached period house in a generous plot, surrounded by open countryside. There is excellent potential to extend, subject to planning permission.
Believed to date back to the 18th Century, Pullens is a handsome period property, positioned in an enviable position, surrounded by open countryside.
Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms, the principal bedroom has a bathroom en suite, whilst bedroom 2 has a WC and basin, and space for a shower. Bedroom 3 is on the ground floor where there is a shower room positioned next to it.
The kitchen is at the back of the house, where views can be enjoyed over the neighbouring fields. The kitchen opens onto the dining room, with patio doors leading to the garden. The sitting room with open fireplace is at the front of the house, there is a study area to the side.
Pullens is the only property approached down a sweeping treelined lane, a very special approach which goes past Pullens Pond, there is a gravel driveway providing plenty of off road parking in front of the double garage. The garden wraps around the property and is approximately a third
of an acre in total. Views can be enjoyed across neighbouring farmland and there are footpaths straight from the property.
• Mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating and private drainage.
• Council tax Band E
• Local authority: West Berkshire Council. Telephone 01635 551111
From Burghfield Common, turn left at the traffic lights by Tesco Express into Hollybush Lane, at the crossroads turn left into Goring Lane, continue on Goring Lane turning left 50m after the turning to Lockram Lane. Drive through the woodland and ponds where Pullens can be found at the end on the right hand side.
•Located in West Berkshire, Burghfield Common is an area surrounded by beautiful woodland, providing many walks and bridle paths. There are a range of facilities, including Tesco Express, a Co-op, village stores, post office, bakery, village hall, chemist, leisure centre, recreation ground, gym and Wokefield Estate Golf Course.
•There are good communications from the nearby towns of Newbury, Reading and Basingstoke. The Motorway networks of the M4 and M3, bus services to Reading and train services from Mortimer and Theale.
•There are a wide range of schools in the area, both state and private. Of particular note are Mortimer St Johns Primary School and Mortimer St Marys Primary School and The Willink Secondary School.