- 3/4 Reception Rooms
- 5 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Bedroom Cottage
- Swimming Pool
Cheam School (1.1mi.)
The Reintegration Service (1.9mi.)
Ashford Hill Primary School (2.2mi.)
Maythorne Farmhouse is an attractive period house in a fabulous rural setting, with easy access to Newbury and the extensive range of shopping, leisure and educational facilities it offers.
The accommodation has been the subject of
extensive refurbishment including the fitting of a new kitchen, bathroom and shower room, as well as new windows, new oak flooring and redecoration throughout. The house faces south
and is surrounded by its own land.
There is a 2 bedroom cottage lying to the north of the house with extremely versatile accommodation. The cottage has a separate
entrance and parking away from the main house.
Maythorne Farmhouse lies on the edge of the village of Headley and is set in an exceptional rural position surrounded by beautiful countryside. Communications are excellent with easy access to Newbury which has a good train service into London Paddington, and excellent access to the A34 and M4, linking with the wider road network.
There is a wide selection of schools in the area,
both private and state, including Cheam, Horris
Hill, Downe House and Bradfield College.
The garden is well laid out and surrounds the house with areas of lawn, flower borders, shrubs and trees providing a delightful setting. There is an enclosed heated swimming pool and pool house. To the rear of the house is a workshop/store and kennels.
To the north of the property there is a stable yard with 4 loose boxes and a tack room, with separate access to the lane via a 5-bar gate. There are 3 adjoining paddocks and a riding school to the south, and the surrounding countryside provides easy access to bridleways for riding out. The land extends to approximately 4.51 acres.
The property is approached from the lane through wooden gates leading to a gravelled parking area at the front of the house.
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