New build house in outstanding setting.
Broad Mead Farm is an attractive and beautifully designed house built to a high standard and with great attention to detail. A generous entrance hall is central to the house, and via double doors opens into a spectacular and ultimately flexible space, with an elegant Panelven of Petersfield kitchen to one end opening into the utility/cloakroom. There is potential to create a breakfast/sitting/family room in this lovely space which has a lantern roof and glazed doors looking out over the gardens and grounds. Further double doors lead to a sitting room fitted with a wood burner and bookcases. From the entrance hall is a spacious study to the front of the house and a cloakroom as well as useful cloak cupboards. On the first floor is a principal bedroom suite with a balcony with views over the grounds and a particularly large en suite bathroom. There are 2 further en-suite bedrooms on this floor as well as a further bedroom 4/ dressing room. On the second floor are 2 en-suite bedrooms and of particular note, a landing with a part-glazed floor letting light into the whole house.
N.B. Off the entrance hall is potential space for a lift
Broad Mead Farm is approached from the quiet lane via electric gates to a gravelled drive and parking to the front of the house and garaging. The gardens are laid to lawn with some new and well stocked mixed borders immediately around the house with the remainder of the grounds laid to grass. There is a generous terrace to the rear, which has some discreet lighting, and looks out over the wonderful parkland grounds with a backdrop of woodland. From the garden, a charming and peaceful walk meanders through the woods.
There is a double garage with a spacious bed/sitting room and shower room above accessed by an external staircase. To the east of the house is an outbuilding housing the ground source heat boiler.
Broad Mead Farm is situated on the edge of the quiet and popular village of North End in the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in some of southern England’s most beautiful countryside. The surrounding area is of unspoilt and undulating land very well known for its walking, cycling, riding, fishing and its accessibility to road and motorway networks. The nearby village of Inkpen has a primary school, pub and monthly Farmer’s Market whilst the charming village of Kintbury has a primary school, local shops including a butcher, doctor’s surgery three pubs and a mainline station. A wider and more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in the attractive market towns of Hungerford and Newbury, both of which also have mainline stations to Paddington. Well-regarded Independent Schools in the area includes Cheam, Horris Hill, Brockhurst and Marlston, St Gabriel’s, Pinewood, Elstree, Farleigh, Downe House, Marlborough College, Bradfield College and Pangbourne College.
Square Footage: 4,437 sq ft
From M4 Junction 13 : Take the A34 south signed to Winchester and Southampton. Take the 3rd exit signed to Wash Common and Highclere. At the T junction turn left signed to Newbury and then first left again. Pass the Woodpecker pub on your right and continue on this road through Ball Hill taking the turning left signed to North End. Continue through North End and take the 4th turning right in front of Cockerel Cottage. Continue on this lane for about 0.5 miles and the driveway to Broad Mead Farm will be found on the right.
Mains electricity. Private drainage system. Bore hole for
water. Ground source heating. 10 year guarantee