Charming village home in a peaceful setting
Built in 1935, this delightful village home offers versatile living accommodation. The sitting room, with fireplace, is triple aspect and has double doors out to the garden. There is a separate dining room, with wood burner, which leads through to the conservatory. The kitchen, with Aga, is well-appointed and leads through to the conservatory, with double doors out to the terrace and garden beyond. Completing the ground floor is a useful utility room and cloakroom. On the first floor is the triple aspect principal bedroom with ornamental fireplace and built-in wardrobes. There are two further bedrooms, both with built-in storage, and a family bathroom.Outside, the property is approached off a small no-through lane through double gates onto a gravel driveway with parking, leading on to the carport. The front garden is enclosed by picket fencing. The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn, interspersed with mature trees, flower and shrub beds. There is a terraced area, ideal for al fresco dining. Within the garden is also a useful store.
Bramley 2 miles, Basingstoke 6 miles, Reading 12 miles, M3 (J6) 6.5 miles, M4(J11) 11 miles. London Waterloo from Basingstoke station from 44 minutes, Paddington via Reading station from 26 minutes, Branch line station at Bramley connecting Basingstoke to Reading. All distances and times are approximate.Little Bowlings is situated in a peaceful location, surrounded by farmland, on the edge of the ever popular village of Sherfield-on-Loddon. Within the village is a shop with butcher, post office, coffee shop, hair and beauty salon, garage, public houses and a golf course close by. Chineham Shopping Centre, within three miles, includes a Tesco, M&S Simply Food and Boots, with Basingstoke and Reading towns nearby providing more extensive facilities. Communications are first-class with easy access to both the M3 and M4 motorways and by rail from Basingstoke to London Waterloo and Reading to London Paddington, with a branch line station at nearby Bramley connecting Basingstoke to Reading. Schooling in the area is excellent, with Sherfield School in the village and Daneshill, St Neots, Yateley Manor, Cheam, Bradfield and Elstree all within easy reach.The surrounding countryside is most delightful, throughout which are many public footpaths and attractive walks across farmland and along the River Loddon.