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Waverley is a substantial five bedroom detached family home, situated in the ever popular village of Hermitage on a plot just shy of an acre offering 3,588 Sq Ft of accommodation. The current vendors have upgraded this property throughout, including creating a large open plan family kitchen and living area, with extensive views of the generous rear garden through the full height oak framed windows and bi-fold doors, engineered oak flooring throughout. The Benchmarx fitted kitchen with solid oak worktops, is equipped with two smart Bosch ovens, a Bosch flex-induction hob with integrated extractor and Quooker boiling water tap. There is also a generous newly fitted utility room with solid oak worktops, and newly installed downstairs shower room with Aqualisa Q Smart digital shower, with remote start. Stunning re-fitted family bathroom with twin sinks and an upgraded four piece en-suite to the master. All in all this home is a must see and if you like the countryside feel, the secluded gardens will suit you perfectly.
Hermitage is an attractive sizeable village situated about 4 miles north of Newbury. The village has a wide range of facilities including an infant and primary school, a well-stocked post office shop and general stores, a petrol station and two public houses. In terms of secondary education Hermitage is within the highly regarded Downs School catchment area. A comprehensive road network is accessed by the A34 about 3 miles west of the village, serving the M4 and M3 motorways. There is also a mainline railway station in Newbury serving London Paddington in just under an hour.
Waverley is approached by a good size gravelled in and out drive with remote electric gates to the main entrance, there is parking for many vehicles as well as an integrated double garage. The rear garden is of a westerly aspect and is predominantly laid to lawn with a fenced border, mature trees and shrubs, In all the plot extends to be just shy of an acre.