£375,000 Offers in the Region of
Shrewsbury Terrace , Newbury, RG14
- Charming Victorian property
- Walking distance to St.Bartholomew
- 3 bedrooms
- Sun-kissed south-facing garden
- Walking Distance to Town centre
- Log Burner
- Close proximity to canal & woodlands
Shrewsbury Terrace is a delightful Victorian south-facing terrace tucked away in a tranquil location, brimming with character, and meticulously presented.
Nestled in the heart of South Newbury, this exquisite Victorian mid-terrace property seamlessly combines classic charm with modern comfort. The immaculate kitchen/diner, adorned with recently painted units, provides a warm and inviting space.
The welcoming living room, complete with a wood-burning stove and cleverly integrated cupboards, offers a perfect and snug setting to spend cherished moments with loved ones, relax with a book, or indulge in TV by the fire. The conservatory can be used as a playroom or an additional reception room, effortlessly extending to the patio, creating an idyllic backdrop for memorable alfresco living during the summer months.
With three generous bedrooms in total, this property provides ample space to cater to your family's needs. Accessed from the first-floor landing is a generously sized, light and bright master bedroom overlooking the enchanting south-facing garden. The family bathroom has been recently refitted with traditional Bathstore fixtures in keeping with the property's age. It boasts a shower over the bath and a classic roll-top basin. Adjacent to the bathroom, a spacious and airy large single bedroom awaits.
The property further benefits from a spacious, light and airy third bedroom on the second floor, accessible via a space-saving staircase with built-in storage to the side. As well as offering great views across south Newbury; this room has been beautifully decorated with painted panelling. The room offers plenty of eave's storage, and features two Velux windows, adding to its charm and character.
Step into the enchanting south-facing garden, your private oasis with a charming patio and lush lawn, enclosed by fencing and offering rear access. Three unique outbuildings at the front of the property offer utility and storage solutions, enhancing the property's distinctive character.
Situated within the sought-after St. Bartholomew's School (Outstanding Ofsted rated secondary school) catchment area. This home is just a 3-minute walk to St. Barts with access to restaurants and pubs in the centre of Newbury, which is only a 10-minute walk away. A 5-minute stroll takes you to Hethertons bakery and a late-opening Coop, convenient for supplies.
Newbury, a thriving market town, offers 21st-century necessities and a wide range of countryside pursuits. Beautiful walks along the canal to the west are available. Enjoy a lovely walk through the fields up the hill to the Wash Common Water Tower.
In Newbury, you'll find a wide choice of supermarkets such as Sainsbury's, Waitrose, and Tesco, as well as a bustling town centre with numerous shops, including the renowned Camp Hopson department store founded in 1921. Pubs, coffee shops, restaurants, a Lido, gym, squash courts, and exercise classes at Northcroft Leisure Centre offer ample entertainment options. You can also explore the Kennet & Avon Canal or enjoy the big waterways festival in the summer. For horse racing enthusiasts, Newbury boasts its own racecourse.
Education is a priority for families, with highly rated private schools within driving distance, along with two primary schools within half a mile, all Ofsted-rated 'good', in addition to the 'Outstanding' St. Barts.
This property is ideally located for commuters, with easy access to the A34 and M4, providing convenient connections to Oxford, Winchester, Swindon, and Reading. Newbury also boasts a mainline railway station offering services to London Paddington.
EPC Rating: C
1 - Front Access
2 - Kitchen / Dining Room
3 - Living Room
4 - Conservatory
5 - Garden
6 - Master Bedroom
7 - Bathroom
8 - Bedroom 2
9 - Bedroom 3
Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.
- Council Tax: Band TBC