A detached, single storey cottage full of character with thatched roof, presented in excellent order, located on the edge of Hurst village. No onward chain

  • 3 Bedrooms


This picturesque, three bedroom detached cottage has original parts, we believe, dating from the 17th Century and offers a wealth of character and charm, with its rendered elevations under a thatched roof, and a contemporary feel internally. The property has vaulted ceilings to some of the rooms to create a feeling of space, and features a stylish fitted kitchen with solid oak work tops and cream faced cabinetry. The sitting room has a stove style, living flame gas fire and exposed beams. There is also a separate dining room and a useful utility room. The three double bedrooms all have fitted wardrobes and the shower room has been refitted with a low-profile shower tray with glass enclosure and tiled walls and floor. The main bedroom has concealed plumbing to create and en-suite if required in the future.
The gardens surround the south side of the property featuring a variety of hard and soft landscaping with an attractive circular, paved terrace with brick, topped well and gravelled edging with brick insets. A level lawn runs along the front of the cottage, with mature hedging on the boundary providing good privacy. The garden also features a superb, circular reed hut with conical roof, multipaned windows, ceramic tiled flooring with power and lighting, creating a superb entertaining space, games room or even home office.
There is also a large double garage with pitched room above, twin up and over doors, light and power plus pedestrian door to the rear leading out to a further garden area. The gravelled driveway to the front of the garage provides parking for about 3 -4 cars, accessed from the lane to the back of the property.

Energy Performance Certificate: EPC band E (43)

Services :
Mains connected gas, electric water and drainage


Situated just outside Hurst village in this semi-rural area close to Dinton Pastures country park and within
walking distance of the river Loddon with its riverside trails leading through to Twyford village. Hurst village has a village store and post office and there are 3 popular public houses, plus 2 highly regarded schools and a pretty church.
Twyford village is about 3 miles distance offering a choice of local shops and amenities including Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets, post office, chemists, hairdressers and barbers, laundry and dry cleaners, gym plus a number of coffee shops, restaurants and public houses.   The mainline train station at Twyford offers, regular services including Elizabeth Line services to London Paddington, and to Reading which has connections to the rest of the rail network. Winnersh train station (Waterloo line) is about 1½ miles and there is also a large Sainsburys just a short distance further.
The situation of Frogmore cottage also affords good access to Woodley, Wokingham, Reading and Bracknell


From out offices in Twyford, proceed to the central traffic lights and continue straight over into Church Street and onto the Waltham Road. Follow the road over the railway bridge and take the first right into Hurst Road. Continue on this road for about 1½ miles towards Hurst village. Take the right fork into Lodge Road, signposted Winnersh and Arborfield. Continue for about 2 miles and after a series of S-bends, the road becomes Davis Street. Carry on for a further ½ mile passing the Jolly Farmer public house and then Lea Heath Way, and then Frogmore cottage is the 4th property on the right. Take as sharp turning right into a narrow lane and the entrance to the driveway is on the right before the gate across the lane.

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