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4 bedroom semi detached house for sale

The Coombe, Streatley, RG8


Key features

  • Late Victorian semi-detached cottage
  • Four bedrooms plus a study, Countryside views
  • Peaceful location on popular street
  • Only 375ft walk to Village Primary School
  • Woodburning stove
  • Virtual tour available

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Property description


A charming late Victorian semi-detached cottage situated on a popular no through road in Streatley, surrounded by National Trust woodland and a couple of minutes walk from the village Primary School. The cottage has been sympathetically extended to provide accommodation in excess of 1,900 sq ft arranged over three floors. The property abuts meadow at the rear and has an attractive countryside outlook from all bedrooms.
The well-presented accommodation includes: sitting room, family room, kitchen/diner, utility, WC, three first floor double bedrooms and study, and a top floor en-suite bedroom. EPC Rating D.


Nestled in the breathtaking Goring Gap, Streatley and Goring offer a truly exceptional living experience within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. These vibrant villages boast an array of amenities, including shops, restaurants, hotels, and sought-after schools, such as the highly regarded primary school and pre-school. Commuting is a breeze, with easy access to London (56 minutes), Reading (15 minutes), and Oxford (25 minutes) by train. Nearby towns, such as Henley-on-Thames, are conveniently accessible by car. The stunning scenery has inspired classic literary works like "Wind in the Willows," "Watership Down," and "Three Men in a Boat." The picturesque views of Goring Lock, weirs, and the rural landscape have captured the imagination of photographers and artists alike. Embrace the thriving local community with an abundance of clubs, societies, and special interest groups - latest news and events are available on the village website at


As you step through the enclosed entrance porch, the front door opens into the inviting sitting room, adorned with a bay window and a warm fireplace housing a woodburning stove. The sitting room seamlessly connects to the family room, featuring yet another bay window overlooking the front. From here, the journey continues to the heart of the home - a splendid kitchen/diner. The kitchen boasts an array of units with elegant granite worktops, and it is equipped with premium integrated appliances, including double fridges and freezers, a dishwasher, and a large gas / electric range cooker. The dining space enjoys a vaulted ceiling with Velux windows and bifold doors, granting access to the rear garden. Additional storage cupboards lead to a WC and a highly practical utility room (including washing machine & tumble dryer) with a stable door also opening out to the rear garden.

The first floor comprises a tranquil main bedroom with a picturesque view of the stunning Lardon Chase hills. This room features a wardrobe cupboard and a striking original cast iron fireplace. Two more double bedrooms with scenic countryside vistas and a dedicated study area provide ample space for both family and home office needs. The family bathroom exudes elegance with its freestanding claw foot bath and yet another Victorian fireplace.

On the top floor there is a double bedroom suite with velux windows overlooking the meadow at the rear and surrounding National Trust woodland. The bedroom has eaves storage, a dressing area with built in wardrobes and a modern en-suite shower room with further considerable boarded eaves storage.


A gravelled drive at the front of the house provides convenient off-street parking (with outside 3-point plug) and is complemented by a recently covered bin and log store. Gated access leads past a useful bike store to the enchanting rear garden.

Step onto the patio, currently laid with artificial grass, and ascend via a charming brick and flint retaining wall with steps to an elevated garden. Here, you'll find gravel and flagstone patio seating areas, a raised vegetable bed, and raised sleeper borders blooming with a variety of delightful flowers. The garden is a haven of privacy, backing onto a private meadow and surrounded by natural woodland. Fully enclosed and featuring a spacious timber shed, this garden is the perfect retreat for relaxation and outdoor enjoyment.


West Berks District Council. Tax band F. Gas fired central heating, all mains services.

To conform with government Money Laundering Regulations 2019, we are required to confirm the identity of all prospective buyers. We use the services of a third party, Lifetime Legal, who will contact you directly at an agreed time to do this. They will need the full name, date of birth and current address of all buyers. There is a nominal charge of £60 including VAT for this (for the transaction not per person), payable direct to Lifetime Legal. Please note, we are unable to issue a memorandum of sale until the checks are complete.

We may refer you to recommended providers of ancillary services such as Conveyancing, Financial Services, Insurance and Surveying. We may receive a commission payment fee or other benefit (known as a referral fee) for recommending their services. You are not under any obligation to use the services of the recommended provider. The ancillary service provider may be an associated company of Davis Tate. (Not applicable to the Woodley branch – please contact directly for further information).

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Nearest schools

Streatley C.E. Voluntary Controlled School
0.07 miles
Goring Church of England Aided Primary School
1.06 miles
South Stoke Primary School
1.91 miles
Cranford House School Trust Limited
2.16 miles
Moulsford Preparatory School
2.34 miles

Predicted broadband speeds

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  • Ultrafast 1000 mbps

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