2 Bedroom Apartment Flat for sale in Dewe Lane, Burghfield, Reading

2 Bedroom Apartment Flat - £325,000

Dewe Lane, Burghfield, Reading

First listed on: 26th August 2021

Nearest stations: Theale (1.6 mi)Reading West (2.5 mi)Tilehurst (2.8 mi)Reading (3.3 mi)Mortimer (4.2 mi)

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Property Description

Expect to be impressed. This absolutely stunning top floor apartment has been completely re-furbished by the current owners and offers far reaching, scenic, views from every window.

Property

Expect to be impressed. This absolutely stunning top floor apartment has been completely re-furbished by the current owners and offers far reaching, scenic, views from every window. The welcoming communal entrance gives access to a choice of stairs or lift. The property itself, comprises of entrance hall, Master bedroom with en-suite, a further double bedroom, wet room and a fantastic open plan living space with a beautiful, well thought out kitchen design.

Location

Burghfield is located in West Berkshire. The Cunning Man pub / restaurant is within walking distance. The property has good commutable access to the nearby towns of Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke. There is a regular bus service to Reading town centre and is within a short drive to the M4 motorway. There are shops, schools and other amenities with a short drive

Lease information

SHARE OF FREEHOLD - Residents own a share of freehold, so can decide collectively when to extend the lease.Length of remaining lease: Approximately 125 yearsBurghfield Mill service charge for 2021: ?2456Burghfield Mill water garden bill for 2021: ?481

Outside

The Mill can be found at the end of a gated, private road. There is a residents car park, communal grounds and a private Island where residents have fishing rights.

HIstory of Burghfield Mill

Burghfield Mill was a flour mill, built in 1884 by James Swallow Dodd for his sister's brother-in-law, Thomas Newton Dewe. Dodd was an architect from Goring, but his offices were in Reading. His most famous work (and one of his earliest) was Easthampstead Park. Burghfield Mill was historically used by Huntley & Palmers the biscuit makers.

Expect to be impressed. This absolutely stunning top floor apartment has been completely re-furbished by the current owners and offers far reaching, scenic, views from every window.

Property

Expect to be impressed. This absolutely stunning top floor apartment has been completely re-furbished by the current owners and offers far reaching, scenic, views from every window. The welcoming communal entrance gives access to a choice of stairs or lift. The property itself, comprises of entrance hall, Master bedroom with en-suite, a further double bedroom, wet room and a fantastic open plan living space with a beautiful, well thought out kitchen design.

Location

Burghfield is located in West Berkshire. The Cunning Man pub / restaurant is within walking distance. The property has good commutable access to the nearby towns of Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke. There is a regular bus service to Reading town centre and is within a short drive to the M4 motorway. There are shops, schools and other amenities with a short drive

Lease information

SHARE OF FREEHOLD - Residents own a share of freehold, so can decide collectively when to extend the lease.Length of remaining lease: Approximately 125 yearsBurghfield Mill service charge for 2021: ?2456Burghfield Mill water garden bill for 2021: ?481

Outside

The Mill can be found at the end of a gated, private road. There is a residents car park, communal grounds and a private Island where residents have fishing rights.

HIstory of Burghfield Mill

Burghfield Mill was a flour mill, built in 1884 by James Swallow Dodd for his sister's brother-in-law, Thomas Newton Dewe. Dodd was an architect from Goring, but his offices were in Reading. His most famous work (and one of his earliest) was Easthampstead Park. Burghfield Mill was historically used by Huntley & Palmers the biscuit makers.

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27/08/2021 Property listed at £325,000

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209 Halls Road

Tilehurst

Berkshire

RG30 4PT

Telephone: See phone number 0118 9420777

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This property is marketed by

209 Halls Road

Tilehurst

Berkshire

RG30 4PT

Telephone: See phone number 0118 9420777

Website: Go to Agent Website

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