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Lopcombe Place, Wash Water, Newbury, RG20

3 bedroom house in Wash Water

Guide price £489,000 Freehold

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  • 1199 Square feet/ 111 square metres  |  Three bedrooms  |  Two Bath/ shower rooms  |  Sitting room with woodburner  |  Milano kitchen with stone worktops  |  Cloakroom  |  Block paved drive  |  Large garden  |  Air source heating  |  Solar water  |  10 Year LABC Warranty

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Modern country living in the heart of the Enborne Valley.

Lopcombe Place is a landmark development,
by N & J Meadham, of just four, two, three and four bedroom, contemporary detached houses with views over open countryside and only three miles from Newbury Railway Station.

Combining traditional building methods, with high specification, contemporary finishes these exquisite new homes by highly regarded developers N & J Meadham combine the best of old and new.

For the perfect mix of modern convenience and country living, look no further than Lopcome Place.

Situated in the small hamlet of Wash Water, itself only three miles south of Newbury it really does offer the discerning buyer the best of both worlds.

There are beautiful rural walks right from your doorstep, with the babbling River Enborne a short walk away, yet Newbury Mainline Railway Station is a seven minute drive to the North.

With electrification of the line to London (Paddington) on target to be finished by 2019 and Cross rail services going into Reading, commuting into the city couldn't be easier.

For those requiring road access the Highclere access to the A34 is nearby and one can be at Junction 14 of the M4 in 12 minutes.
Wash Water has a village pub, which is only a few moments' walk away and Infant and Junior Schools can be found in Nearby Woolton Hill and Enborne, with secondary schools at Burghclere and Wash Common respectively.

Newbury is a vibrant and bustling market town full of character, well known for its world class racecourse, which holds flat and jumps horseracing throughout the year and is an exceptional business conference centre.

Featuring an impressive range of other facilities including The Corn Exchange, Watermill Theatre, Park Way Shopping, numerous chain and independent restaurants and bars, its weekly market on a Thursday and Farmers market every other Sunday it soon becomes clear why Newbury is such an exciting and popular place to live.

To the south of the town is Greenham Common a former USAF base and now 1000 acres of open heath and woodland with lovely walks.

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** 25% RESERVED **

Modern country living in the heart of the Enborne Valley.

Lopcombe Place is a landmark development,
by N & J Meadham, of just four, two, three and four bedroom, contemporary detached houses with views over open countryside and only three miles from Newbury Railway Station.

Combining traditional building methods, with high specification, contemporary finishes these exquisite new homes by highly regarded developers N & J Meadham combine the best of old and new.

For the perfect mix of modern convenience and country living, look no further than Lopcome Place.

Situated in the small hamlet of Wash Water, itself only three miles south of Newbury it really does offer the discerning buyer the best of both worlds.

There are beautiful rural walks right from your doorstep, with the babbling River Enborne a short walk away, yet Newbury Mainline Railway Station is a seven minute drive to the North.

With electrification of the line to London (Paddington) on target to be finished by 2019 and Cross rail services going into Reading, commuting into the city couldn't be easier.

For those requiring road access the Highclere access to the A34 is nearby and one can be at Junction 14 of the M4 in 12 minutes.
Wash Water has a village pub, which is only a few moments' walk away and Infant and Junior Schools can be found in Nearby Woolton Hill and Enborne, with secondary schools at Burghclere and Wash Common respectively.

Newbury is a vibrant and bustling market town full of character, well known for its world class racecourse, which holds flat and jumps horseracing throughout the year and is an exceptional business conference centre.

Featuring an impressive range of other facilities including The Corn Exchange, Watermill Theatre, Park Way Shopping, numerous chain and independent restaurants and bars, its weekly market on a Thursday and Farmers market every other Sunday it soon becomes clear why Newbury is such an exciting and popular place to live.

To the south of the town is Greenham Common a former USAF base and now 1000 acres of open heath and woodland with lovely walks.

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