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This beautifully presented four double bedroom detached house was built by Bloor Homes in 2014 as the show home for the development. Occupying a corner-plot with a south/westerly facing garden, the spacious living area is bright, airy and carries a feel of being open-plan while encompassing the granite surfaced kitchen/breakfast room. The decoration throughout is remarkably well presented and offers a level of opulence that is ready to move into. The ground floor opens with an entrance hall that leads into the main reception room with a fireplace and French doors to the garden, cloakroom, study and the kitchen/breakfast room that also has French doors to the garden, built-in storage and ample space for dining furniture. The family room leads off the kitchen and gives access to a utility room that matches the kitchen. Upstairs, the master bedroom features built-in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room in natural stone effect tiling. The three further double bedrooms all share a four-piece bathroom that includes a separate shower unit. Wardrobes are also built-in the second and third bedrooms. Other benefits are oil fired central heating, a high energy efficiency rating and UPVC double-glazing. Outside, the frontage is stocked with plants and shrubs and gravel between, plus there is a carport to the side that houses the boiler and leads through to a detached garage at the rear, fitted with power sockets and lighting. The south/westerly facing garden at the rear has been landscaped to create a mixture of lawns, two patios and well stocked flowerbed borders, all enclosed by timber fencing with gated side access on both side of the house. Headley is a semi-rural village set amongst rolling fields and stunning countryside with a community spirit that is shared through local activities, the community shop and the nearby Star Inn. Mainline railway stations and shopping are found in Newbury (5miles) and Basingstoke (11.5 miles).