- Five Double Bedrooms
- En-suites to Two Bedrooms
- Expansive Bi-fold Doors
- Fabulous Open Plan Kitchen
- Mark Wilkinson Kitchen
- Underfloor Heating in Kitchen / Diner
- Electric Vehicle Charger
- Large & Mature Garden
- Approx 0.38 Acre Plot
- Backing onto Woodland
- No Onward Chain
Backing on to ancient woodland, and with a plot of just over a third of an acre, this lovely home offers beautiful living space and a high degree of privacy.
Greenhill is a unique family home for sale on the outskirts of Crowthorne and Wellington College. Its architecture is both substantial and timeless, with many of its 1920's features complementing today's décor.
For those looking for a wonderful large kitchen and family space, the 30' x 17' kitchen should cater for the largest of family gatherings. With full-width bifold doors opening on to an expansive stone terrace, this living space becomes even more fabulous during the summer months. Fitted with a classic Mark Wilkinson kitchen, there's an island with breakfast bar, large dual fuel range cooker, integrated appliances (including dishwasher, fridge, coffee machine, warming drawer and microwave), and plenty of storage. Underfoot, the stone tiles are warmed with gas underfloor heating, and there's plenty of natural light from the side windows and bifold doors.
A choice of reception rooms will give any family the flexibility of work, family and entertaining space. The lounge is a particularly lovely space with its French doors opening to the terrace, wood-burning stove, and doors to the hallway and kitchen. The snug, currently used as an office, is a perfect space for focus with natural light from the roof skylight.
The two front reception rooms could be used a study, TV room or family room, and both have an original corner fireplace.
The boot room / utility room is a super space next to the kitchen and cloakroom and access to the garage. With vaulted ceiling and roof skylight, this is a great space for airing laundry and hanging winter coats.
Upstairs comprises five double bedrooms, with an en-suite to the master and guest suite. The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and plenty of light from its double aspect windows. The family bathroom is a luxurious size, and features a pebble bath, counter-top basin, and separate shower enclosure.
The spacious landing benefits from natural light from its light-tunnel, and an attic hatch with drop-down ladder. There is scope for further development into the attic space (subject to the usual consents).
The garden is a superb space with three distinct zones - the terrace for dining and entertaining, the main lawn for shrubs and greenery, and the 'hidden' garden which is ideal for a kids' play area or keen gardeners' vegetable patch.
To the front there's parking for several cars, the integral garage has an automated door, and the property is equipped with a charger for electric vehicles.
The village of Crowthorne is nearby with its unique blend of independent shops and free parking. Ten minutes' drive away is the recently-regenerated market town of Wokingham which offers eclectic shops, eateries, cinema, sports and leisure facilities.
Within catchment of St Michael's Primary, and Sandhurst Secondary (both OFSTED rated Good), this home is also on the doorstep of some of the country's most sought-after independent schools - notably Wellington College, Eagle House, and Yateley Manor. East Berkshire Golf Club is close by and further leisure facilities can be found at Wellington College.
There are good nearby walks, including Simon's Wood, Ambarrow Hill, with great attractions at Trilakes, Horseshoe Lake, Carnival Pool, and Gravity Force.
The property is conveniently located for the commuter with the M3 and M4 motorways easily accessible and Crowthorne train station is within half a mile of the property.
Trains from nearby Crowthorne station have direct services to Gatwick, Farnborough, Wokingham and Reading.
We understand Gigaclear has now been installed to the area, so 1 gig SDSL broadband should soon be available.
A Few Words from Quarters
"We particularly love the substantial feel of this home - built in an era of solid construction, good looks, and well-proportioned rooms. Greenhill was extended in around 2006 and now offers, we think, the perfect balance of reception rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms.
Having five true double bedrooms is rare in newer homes, and the master suite feels tranquil with its leafy outlook and triple windows. While we're talking windows, we believe these stylish units were made to a bespoke design, and their classic looks should stand the test of time.
If you have kids of a certain age, their eyes are bound to light up at the hidden garden - ideal for a treehouse, adventures and camping!
Homes like this are a rare find, and we'd be happy to help with any questions, or to arrange your viewing"
Council Tax Band: G (Wokingham Borough Council)