Hamstead Marshall, Newbury, Berkshire

  • Spacious 3 bedroom property
  • Glorious rural setting on a private country estate
  • Private mature garden
  • Garage and Separate Store Room
  • Additional parking on Courtyard


Dreamlands is quietly situated in Hamstead Park, a private estate of historic rolling parkland with lakes and ancient oaks.  Newbury lies some 5 miles away offering a range of shopping and leisure facilities, complemented by Hungerford about 7.5 miles.  Communications are excellent, with the M4 at Junction 14 just 5 miles away, and Junction 13 6 miles. Frequent trains run from Newbury to London Paddington with a journey time of approximately 1 hour.  There are many good schools in the area, including Cheam, St Bartholomew’s, St Gabriel’s and Brockhurst.  There are excellent leisure, sporting and shopping opportunities in Newbury, with the renowned Watermill Theatre, Racecourse, cinema, golf courses and lovely walking/riding country nearby.

An impressive Georgian style mews house built of rendered brick under a slate roof.  There are well-proportioned rooms with wooden flooring downstairs and large sash windows providing generous light.  The property is undergoing redecoration which explains a lack of interior photographs. 

The large Kitchen has a solid fuel Nordiker range, floor and wall units with wooden work tops and breakfast bar which separates the kitchen from the Dining Area.  There are three large bedrooms, carpeted an ensuite and a downstairs WC with Hand Basin.

Entrance Hall, WC, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Master Bedroom with En-Suite,Two further Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Garage, Store Room

Rent:  £1,500 pcm
Pets: Pets considered
No smokers
Term: long preferred
Deposit: a sum equating to 5 weeks’ rent
Rent: payable monthly in advance
Services:  Private water and drainage, mains electricity.

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