Benefiting from high ceiling and deceptively spacious accommodation sits this three bedroom cottage which comes with some truly wonderful history.
Dating back to the 16th Century with character features, Previously known as The New Inn. This Property dates to the sixteenth century. In 1875 farm laborers used it for a meeting place to complain about wages and in 1881 Thatcham Cricket Club had its first general meeting there. In 1968 The Property was renamed the Prancing Horse Pub and then converted to Residential in 1998.
The cottage is entered through Prancing Horse Close and comes with some amazing history and boasting high ceilings and living space, in the recent years the cottage has also had the loft converted to accommodate the master bedroom and En-suite.
The cottage itself briefly comprises entrance hall, reception room with high ceilings and fireplace (which used to be the main bar area), recently re-fitted kitchen to add a modern twist to the cottage.
There is a conservatory opening onto your south facing rear garden, two bedrooms and main bathroom on the ground floor. To the first there is a master bedroom en-suite which boasts exposed wooden beams.
The cottage offers an enclosed south facing walled garden and car port for two cars off road parking.
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