Eldon House may be your dream home if you have been waiting for a ready-to-move-in, chain-free, detached family property in a picture-postcard village location. There is also the potential to acquire extra land to the rear.
Eldon House may be your dream home if you have been waiting for a ready-to-move-in, chain-free, detached family property in a picture-postcard village location.
Eldon House is a turnkey, detached, five-bedroom, family home situated in a non-estate location, decorated in a neutral style with UPVC double glazing throughout. There is potential to acquire 470m2 of land immediately to the rear of the property which has been offered to the Vendor to purchase from a neighbouring landowner.
Turning right from the entrance hallway, you will find a kitchen/dining room with a breakfast bar. Granite worktops, subway tiled splashbacks and integrated appliances give the room a modern feel.
Turning left from the hallway, you will find the principal reception room with a round bay window to the front, making the room light and airy. The feature cast iron Victorian style fireplace with stone surround & granite hearth, and solid wood flooring compliment the neutral decor.
This room leads to two other reception rooms, versatile in their uses but currently set as a family room benefitting from double doors out to the garden. Plus a study which leads to the downstairs WC.
Upstairs you will find two double bedrooms, each with its own en-suite shower room. Perfect for a principal room and guest bedroom. Three other bedrooms use the family bathroom.
Back downstairs, you can access the rear garden via the double doors in the family room or the side door from the kitchen.
You will find a large decked area providing ample space for garden table and chairs and a barbecuing area with outside light and cold water tap, leading to the gated side access.
You step down to a private lawned garden.
There is potential to acquire 470m2 of land immediately to the rear of the property which has been offered to the Vendor to purchase from a neighbouring landowner.
The front of the property has a driveway with plenty of parking, a garage, and side access to the rear.
Eversley is world-famous as the village where Charles Kingsley lived and wrote “The Water Babies”.
It has everything you could look for in a village location — excellent local schools, including Charles Kingsley School, St Neots, Yateley Manor, and Wellington College. A village shop, church, cricket and football teams, a river and walks through the picturesque countryside accessible from the public footpath on The Street.
The local area has become somewhat of a gastronomic hotspot. From The Golden Pot in Reading Road – with seafood a speciality, the Frog and Wicket and The Chequers in Eversley Cross, serving sustainably-sourced fish and meat, from Aubrey Allen, catering butcher to the stars – and Her Majesty the Queen! The Kingsley at Eversley is also great for overnight stays.
Eldon House is located between the M3 and M4 with routes to London and the South West if you travel for work. Fleet railway station is only 10 minutes away and offers high-speed trains to London Waterloo (45 minutes). You can get to Paddington from Reading mainline station – a 20-minute drive, with its commuter trains arriving in London in 25 minutes.
Plus, if you want to escape village life for Saturday brunch or shopping, the nearby towns of Wokingham, Fleet, Reading and Basingstoke provide a comprehensive range of shopping, leisure and recreational facilities.
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