No ONWARD CHAIN. Period cottage in an idyllic setting.
Keepers Cottage is a delightful detached period cottage believed to date back to the 17th century. It is incredibly charming and quietly located, enjoying fine views over its gardens. On the ground floor is a sitting room with open fireplace, dining room, study, kitchen with adjoining utility room and cloakroom. On the first floor, there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property is a little tired and does require some updating.
It has the most wonderful gardens comprising areas of lawn interspersed with mature shrubs, trees and plants and is incredibly private and secluded, adjoining the common.
Mortimer 3.5 miles, Bramley 3.5 miles, Basingstoke 7.5 miles (London Waterloo from 44 minutes), Reading 11 miles (London Paddington from 26 minutes), Newbury 12.5 miles, M3 (J6) 8.5 miles, M4 (J11) 9 miles, Branch line stations at Mortimer and Bramley connecting Basingstoke to Reading. All distances and times are approximate.
Keepers Cottage is located in an incredibly special setting within the heart of Silchester Common. Approached down a single track lane, it has beautiful views over the common, with no immediate neighbours. Silchester is renowned for its historic importance, being the site of the Roman ruins of Calleva Atrebatum and having a 12th century church. Within the village, is a public house, primary school, village hall and green. Independent schools close by include Daneshill, Elstree, Bradfield College, Pangbourne College, Queen Anne's School, Oratory School, Wellington College, Shiplake College and Cheam. A local shop and post office is within one mile and Sainsbury's supermarket within two miles. Throughout the adjoining countryside there are many attractive footpaths and bridleways.