An imposing Grade II listed family house situated on the edge of the village, currently used as a wedding venue but suitable for a variety of different uses, with an indoor swimming pool, tennis court and sitting in a mature garden and grounds of approx 8.96 acres.
A stunning country house which for the last 20 years' has been used as a wedding venue but can easily be used as a private family home, or a variety of other uses, subject to any necessary planning consents required.
This country house offers light and well proportioned accommodation and has been refurbished to a modern style with a traditional slant. There is a welcoming reception hall with a fireplace and an impressive staircase. The house has fine reception rooms. Of particular note is the drawing room with its oak panelling and central fireplace. The kitchen / breakfast room is currently used as a commercial kitchen.
To the first floor are 6 bedroom suites and 4 further bedrooms and shower / bathrooms. To the second floor there are 3 further bedroom suites and 2 attic rooms.
There is a staff flat with kitchen, bedroom and bathroom, together with a managers office.
There is an indoor swimming pool with a shower, W.C and changing room, a store room, a tennis court and an outbuilding.
Silchester House overlooks its charming grounds providing a lovely setting. It is approached via a gravel drive opening to an extensive parking area. The gardens lie principally to the south with a large gravel and paved terrace running the length of the rear of the house. Beyond there are lawns with lavender beds and magnificent mature trees. Beyond the formal garden is an area of pastureland which gently slopes away to a pond and an area of light woodland.
Basingstoke 7.5 miles, Newbury 12.5 miles, Reading 10.5 miles, Bramley branch line station 3 miles linking to Reading and Basingstoke stations, Waterloo via Basingstoke station from 45 mins, Paddington via Reading station from 26 mins, M3 (junction 6) 9 miles, M4 (junction 11) 8.5 miles (All times and distances are approx).
Located close to the centre of Silchester with its village green, public house and village hall. Silchester is renowned for its historic importance given its Roman origins depicted by the remains of the walls of Calleva Atrebatum. There is a highly regarded primary school, a cricket and football club.
There is a good selection of schools close by, and local facilities can be found in Tadley with more extensive amenities in Basingstoke, Reading and Newbury.
There are good communication links with easy access to the M3 and the M4, and fast rail services from Basingstoke to Waterloo and Reading to Paddington, with a branch line station at Bramley linking to both.