Nalder Hill, Stockcross, Newbury, Berkshire, RG20
Far reaching views over the Kennet Valley
Currently divided as a main house with 3 self-contained one bedroom flats which could easily be converted back to the main house. Also has 3 cottages, stable block, kitchen garden and just under 5 acres. Nalder Hill House is thought to have originally been designed and built for the steward of the Sutton Estate in 1880 and the house remains completely surrounded by the Estate today. Nalder Hill House enjoys a commanding position on Nalder Hill and beautiful southerly views over the Kennet Valley. The well proportioned accommodation includes; Reception hall, Drawing room, Dining room, Study, Music room, Conservatory, Office, Kitchen/breakfast room, Tack room, Cloakroom, Spa, Library. The upper floors include; Master bedroom suite with en-suite bathroom and dressing room, 9 further bedrooms (2 en-suite), 3 bathrooms, Linen room, Store room, 2 wood stores, Boiler room and workshop. 3 self-contained one bedroom apartments. The outbuildings include; Handyman room, Bicycle shed, Stable block with tack room and feed store. Garage for 3 vehicles, 2 barns, 2 original greenhouses, Summerhouse Vine house, Coachman’s Cottage and The Bothy. Garden and grounds of about 4.9 acres.