A contemporary barn conversion set on the edge of Goring on Thames, with dramatic views across neighbouring fields and to the distant rolling hills beyond. The unique property was converted within the last 5 years and retains much of the original woodwork and beams to the first floor, coupled with modern open plan living space. The substantial accommodation is approaching 3,000 sq ft, with four double bedrooms and four bathrooms. Available with no onward chain, the accommodation includes: reception hall, sitting room, kitchen/diner, utility, WC, four bedrooms (all en-suite) and a double carport. EPC Rating B.
Goring is a sought after village conveniently located for commuting to London (56 minutes) and Reading (15 minutes) by train from Goring station. Reading Station has a fast service to London, Paddington (from 29 mins) with Crossrail allowing direct access to the City, Canary Wharf, the West End and Heathrow from 2022. The spectacular scenery in and around the Goring Gap is the setting for such classic books as Wind in the Willows, Watership Down and Three Men in a Boat. Views of Goring Lock, the weirs and the rural landscape, especially as seen from the bridge, are some of the most photographed and painted scenes in England. Goring has a good selection of local shops including an award winning grocer, butcher, several convenience shops including Tesco, as well as a doctor's dentist's and chemist. There is a thriving local community with a wide range of clubs, societies and special interest groups - latest news and events are on the village website at www.visitgoringandstreatley.co.uk
A glazed door leads into a generous reception hall with a vaulted glass ceiling. Glass double doors lead into a large sitting room with a feature brick open fireplace (currently blocked up), and glazed double doors onto the front terrace. The open plan kitchen/diner measures approximately 10m x 5.8m, a superb space for entertaining. The kitchen is fitted with a range of contemporary units, granite work tops and matching central island with wooden breakfast bar, with integrated Siemens appliances including full height fridge and freezer, double ovens, induction hob, dishwasher and wine fridge. The kitchen has a door to the front garden, and also leads into a utility room, with space and plumbing for appliances and a door to the rear courtyard. A WC completes the ground floor accommodation.
An open tread oak and glass staircase leads to a galleried landing with a vaulted glass roof and full height windows offering incredible views across the landscaped gardens and fields beyond. There are four double bedrooms, which all offer a front aspect outlook across fields and countyside. Three of the bedrooms have en-suite shower rooms with high quality sanitary ware and attractive tilling, and the fourth has access to a Jack and Jill style family bathroom. Throughout the first floor there are traces of the barn's former history, with original beams and woodwork.
A shared hardstanding drive leads to the double carport and additional parking. The garden is located predominately to the front of the property, and is laid to level lawn and is bounded by a brick garden wall, with a large flagstone patio adjacent to the property and accessible from all reception rooms. There is also a South facing enclosed walled courtyard to the rear of the property, laid with flagstone patio. There is a timber double carport.
South Oxfordshire District Council. Council tax band G. LPG gas with underground gas tank, mains drainage. Underfloor heating to the ground floor and to the first floor bathrooms. Alarm with CCTV and panic buttons.
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