Về Starveall Road, Aldworth, Reading, Berkshire, RG8
A striking and substantial barn conversion set in a secluded, elevated position within Aldworth
Reception hall Drawing room Sitting room Study Kitchen/breakfast room Cloakroom Master bedroom with en-suite Guest bedroom with en-suite Four further bedrooms Family bathroom
About 0.86 acre Set within an enviable rural location, Starveall Barn is a striking period barn that has been elegantly converted into a superb family house. The drawing room lies to the heart of the house with exquisite vaulted ceilings, exposed wall and ceiling timbers, hard wood floors and a galleried landing to each end, as well as doors opening into the gardens. There is a staircase to one end leading up to the sitting room, a cosy first floor retreat with windows overlooking the garden. The contemporary kitchen/breakfast room has beautiful limestone flooring, a traditional Aga and stylish, bespoke cupboards. Beyond the kitchen is the rear hallway with two bedrooms (one en-suite) and a study, leading down to the double garage at the end. To the far end of the drawing room are the majority of the bedrooms, with master suite taking precedence on the ground floor with large fitted cupboards, a smart en-suite with bath and shower, and doors opening out to the front courtyard. There is another double bedroom to the ground floor and a family bathroom, with turning staircase leading to two further bedrooms and the galleried balcony overlooking the vast drawing room.
The house is approached through electric gates over a gravel driveway with parking for a number of vehicles as well as a double garage. To the front of the house is a beautiful courtyard garden with mature planting, a dining area off the breakfast room, and an attractive cobbled path leading up to the front door. The garden lies predominantly to the rear of the house is laid to lawn and slightly elevated, with post and rail fencing and hedging to the boundaries looking out over the rolling countryside beyond. The gardens can be accessed via large, glazed double doors from the drawing room.