A deceptively spacious characterful detached cottage sitting in beautiful grounds of approximately ¾ of an acre bisected by the River Enborne and conveniently placed for easy access to Newbury, A34 and M4 motorway.
Porch, entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, ground floor bathroom, dining room, sitting room, 3 first floor bedrooms, family bathroom, 2 attic rooms, double garage, beautiful grounds of 0.73 of an acre.
Bridge Cottage is a charming Grade II Listed house dating back to the 16th and 17th Century and further extended in to 1950’s. The property offers a wealth of character to include Flemish bond elevations, half hipped tiled roof and abundance of exposed timbers. The accommodation briefly comprises a spacious entrance porch and hall giving access to the lovely dining room with open brick fireplace and the kitchen/breakfast room. This room has a range of country style eye and base level units with granite worktops, electric oven with gas hob and striking oil fired Aga. There is a substantial dual aspect sitting room with fireplace and French doors onto a seating area overlooking the garden. The accommodation on the ground floor is completed with a bathroom and useful utility room. On the first floor there are 3 lovely double bedrooms and the family bathroom. From the landing there is turned open staircase to the top floor where there are 2 attic rooms in the eaves.
To the side of the property there is a timber garage with parking in front for several cars and a side gate leading to the garden and house. The glorious garden is a real feature of the property and is made up with a number of lawn areas interspersed with a variety of shrubs, flowerbeds and mature trees. Towards the end of the garden there is a bridge over the river leading to a natural woodland area filled with spring flowers.