Mulroy House is an impressive and beautifully presented 4-bedroom house with a high specification finish built 2 years ago.
Mulroy House was built 2 years ago and still benefits from its original building guarantee. The property is finished to an extremely high standard and includes extensive upgrades from new. The entrance hall gives access to a useful study which has been recently fitted out with bespoke furniture and cloakroom. To the left-hand side there is a beautifully fitted modern kitchen with extensive wall and base units and granite worktops, fitted with integral appliances, an instant hot tap and limestone flooring. This opens to a dining area for eating and relaxing with bi-fold doors opening out onto the rear terrace. From the kitchen there is also a large utility room with external side access. Adjacent to the kitchen there is a fantastic living room with bespoke cabinets/furniture built in, wood burning stove and bi-fold doors giving access out onto the terrace and rear garden. Upstairs the feeling of light and space continues, there are 4 impressive double bedrooms all with en suite bathrooms , two of which have bespoke handmade cabinets fitted.
The front of the property is approached via carbon fibre electric gates onto a generous gravel driveway providing plenty of parking and an electric charging point. Access to the rear garden can be reached to the side of the property. The rear garden offers a large terrace leading to a lawned garden with raised flower beds on two sides. There is also a garden shed and a hot water hose has been installed.
Chieveley, West Berkshire
Mulroy House is situated on the edge of Chieveley just North of Newbury in the heart of the North Wessex Downs, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Chieveley has a good selection of local facilities including a village shop, primary school, doctors surgery, public house and recreation ground. The village provides a lively community including a tennis and cricket club. The Crab and Boar restaurant is only a short drive away and a network of green lanes and footpaths in the surrounding countryside offer good walks and excellent riding.
The M4 (Jct 13), along with the A34 is only 2 miles away, providing accessible trunk road access to the north, south, east and west. There is a good range of schooling in the area, both state and private. The primary school at Chieveley is well regarded and the village is also in the catchment area of the renowned Downs Secondary School in Compton.
• Mains water, electricity and drainage. Air source heating with underfloor heating to ground floor.
• Connection to Gigaclear ultra-fast fibre broadband is available at the property.
• Council tax Band G 2023/24 £3,510.97.
• Local authority: West Berkshire Council. Telephone 01635 551111
• RG20 8RU