- Drawing Room
- Dining Room
- Family Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- 5 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- Gardens and woodland
- Approximately 12.78 acres
- Outbuildings and Games Room
Marywell is an attractive and valuably un-listed
family house in a beautiful setting on the edge of Chapel Row. The house is very private and has a wonderful outlook across the lawns and garden to the woods beyond.
The accommodation is spacious and bright with
generous sized, well-proportioned rooms. The
kitchen/breakfast room has been recently fitted
with sleek white units and granite worktops, and
the double doors open out to the terrace with views across the garden. The delightful drawing
room is triple aspect and very light, with a wood
burning stove for the colder months. There is also a lovely sitting room/family room and a large dining room. All the reception rooms lead off the entrance hall and the accommodation flows well making the house ideal for entertaining.
Upstairs there is a master bedroom suite with en
suite bathroom and large walk-in wardrobe, and
4 further bedrooms and 3 further bathrooms.
Marywell is situated close to the village of Chapel Row and the surrounding countryside is renowned for walking and riding.
In the village itself there is a popular public house/restaurant, The Bladebone, as well as the the Blackbird Cafe and an interior design shop. Stanford Dingley is the next village along, with a beautiful Saxon church and two public houses, The Old Boot and The Bull.
Bucklebury village is close by and has a primary school, parish church and acres of common land owned by the Bucklebury Estate.
Theale is a short distance away and provides a wider range of local facilities including a rail link to London Paddington within the hour, and there are extensive amenities in Reading and Newbury. The M4 (J12) provides excellent access to the motorway network, London and its airports.
There is an excellent range of schools in the area including Elstree, Kennet School, Bradfield College, Downe House and Brockhurst & Marlston House.
The house sits in a wonderful spot with gardens and grounds extending to approximately 8 acres. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn
interspersed with mature trees, shrubs and hedges, and an abundance of rhododendrons and azaleas. The bottom of the garden is filled with daffodils and bluebells in the Spring time, and a gate leads through to the woodland beyond. There is a swimming pool and a summer house, and two outbuildings used as a games room and for storage.
The land is partly freehold incorporating the mature garden, and there are approximately 5.6 acres of additional leasehold land recently purchased from the Bucklebury estate with over 900 years of lease to run.
The property is approached from the Common down a well maintained wooded drive which leads through a 5 bar gate onto a driveway and parking area in front of the house, with a further gravel area to the side with plenty of additional parking space.
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