Mix it with the Middletons! Doer-upper in Berkshire village of Bucklebury for sale for £1.15M – complete with 1970s serving hatch and avocado bathroom suite
- Several members of the Middleton family own property in and around the Berkshire village of Bucklebury
- A four-bedroom detached family home on Bucklebury Common is for sale with a price tag of £1.15million
- The dated house is a renovation project that currently has a 1970s serving hatch and avocado bathroom suite
The Berkshire village of Bucklebury has become synonymous with the Middletons, the family of the Princess of Wales.
As well as her parents, her brother and sister own property locally. And now is your chance to become their neighbours – although you will need pockets to do so.
A four-bedroom detached family home on Bucklebury Common is for sale for £1.15million. It is a doer-upper with ‘huge potential’, according to the estate agents Dudley Singleton and Daughter.
This four-bedroom detached family home is in the village of Bucklebury, Berkshire, and is for sale with a price tag of £1.15million
As well as her parents, Michael and Carole (pictured) James, the brother, and Pippa, the sister, of Kate Middleton also own property in and around the area
The renovation project needs a substantial amount of money to turn it into a luxury family home.
As well as 1970s serving hatch that links the kitchen with the dining room, there is an avocado suite in one of the two bathrooms.
And there is a worn green carpet covering the stairs, with old-fashioned unpanelled doors linking the interior rooms.
The house sits in more than half an acre of land and has a long drive leading to the property and a detached double garage.
In total, it expands across almost 2,000 sq ft and has space outside on the driveway for several vehicles.
The house sits in more than half an acre of land that includes a large lawn area and some mature planting and trees
Needs replacing: A worn green carpet covers the stairs, with old fashioned unpanelled doors linking the interior rooms
The kitchen would need to be taken out and replaced as part of the property being transformed into a comfortable family home
The living room currently has an unappealing large brick fireplace surround that expands across the length of an entire wall
The house has a long drive that leads through a gate, and past a large detached double garage to the main entrance
The detached house has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, and is ‘full of potential’, according to the estate agents Dudley Singleton and Daughter
The village of Bucklebury is mentioned in the Doomsday Book and has good access to local transport links, including the M4 and A4.
Heathrow airport is an hour’s drive away and there train stations within easy reach at Thatcham and Pangbourne.
Nearby schools are numerous and include Bradfield College, Pangbourne College, and St Andrew`s Preparatory School. There is a C of E primary school at both Upper Bucklebury and Bradfield.
The average price of a property sold in Bucklebury during the past 12 months is £1.61million. It compares to £516,184 for the country as a whole, according to property website Zoopla.
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