An impressive period property with extensive accommodation.
Hill House is believed to date from 16th Century and is not Listed.The property is set in an elevated, accessible yet quiet location.Of note, it has a large kitchen/breakfast room, very much the heart of the house.The property boasts extensive accommodation with a selfcontained annexe which can be accessed separately, as well as a potential flat above the garage.The pretty garden laid mainly to lawn with a number of established flower and shrub beds.There are delightful views over the surrounding countryside.
Hill House is set in a highly accessible location, almost equal distant between junction 12 of the M4 motorway and Newbury. Midgham station is just over a mile away and there is regular train services from Reading to Paddington taking approximately 30 minutes.There are a wide range of schools in the area, including Elstree, Cheam, Bradfield, Brockhurst & Marlstone House, Downe House, St Gabriels, Horris Hill, Pangbourne, Marlborough College and The Oratory.The lakes south of Reading are well equipped for water sports and there is racing at Newbury, Windsor and Ascot. There is fishing on the River Kennett and football (Reading Football Club) can be found at the Madjeski stadium.Bradfield 6 miles, M4 (J.12) 8 miles, Newbury 6 miles, Reading 12 miles (London Paddington 30 minutes),Basingstoke 15 miles (London Waterloo 50 minutes)(Distances and times approximate.)