Situated in an elevated setting with far-reaching rural views, Hall Court is a substantial Grade II listed former vicarage recently subject to an extensive scheme of renovation and improvements. Set in approximately 7.5 acres of garden and parkland in an accessible rural location
The reception rooms include a double drawing room, sitting room and a half panelled dining room. The informal living space is centred around the kitchen/breakfast room and an adjoining family room. Beyond the kitchen is extensive utility space including a back hall/boot room, cloakroom, laundry and access through to the coach house and first floor staff flat.
Over the first floor there is a master bedroom with a dressing room and en suite bathroom, a principal guest room with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms (one en suite) and a family bathroom.
The second floor offers three bedrooms, two bathrooms (one en suite) and an office/store room.
There is an extensive cellar with wine storage and a plant room.
The coach house provides stables and garaging on the ground floor and a first floor staff flat. There is significant scope, subject to the necessary planning permission, to convert the ground floor into a games room or gym. The first floor flat is laid out as a large studio room with a kitchen and bathroom. A further traditional brick stable block currently provides two loose boxes and may also have scope for a range of uses.
To the front of the house is a formal garden. The parkland beyond slopes away giving wonderful far-reaching views. It is currently divided into post and rail fenced paddocks. The main lawns are found to the south, with a terrace adjacent to the house. There is a part walled garden with a terrace, kitchen garden and a courtyard.
Hall Court is located between the West Berkshire villages of Midgham Green and Woolhampton. Woolhampton offers a range of local amenities including two public houses, a primary school, shop and a station on the Newbury- Reading train line (London Paddington from 55 minutes).
Thatcham offers a range of amenities including a Waitrose Supermarket. The market town of Newbury is 7 miles to the West, offering a wider range of shops and services including a Cinema and John Lewis. Reading is 11 miles to the East and has a fast train service to London Paddington, taking from 27 minutes. The A4 (Bath Road) gives excellent access to the M4 (Junction 12) for London, Heathrow Airport (approximately a 45 minute drive) and the wider motorway network.
There are many well-regarded schools in the area, including Elstree Preparatory School in Woolhampton, Brockhurst and Marlston House, Horris Hill, Cheam, Downe House, Pangbourne and Bradfield College, to name but a few.
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