Rivermead House is tucked away in a rural setting, with Sandhurst High Street and the Railway station half a mile from the railway station. The building itself is a conversion from the 19th century Police Station and the current owner has made the most of the period features throughout.
Walking through the front door you are greeted by a large Hallway, if you were stood in this position in the 1900’s it would have meant you had done something wrong and were about to spend your evening in the cells which, now converted is where you will find the Bathroom. The Bathroom is in immaculate condition and tastefully decorated with a large obscured glass sash window and fantastic wooden shutters. The large Hallway has a storage cupboard which is ideal for coats, hoover, ironing board etc and leads through to the Living Room and Bedroom.
The double Bedroom is a really good size, it has a large sash window with another period wooden shutter as well as an original cast iron feature fireplace.
The character continues to flow into the Living Room which has original hard wood flooring, another large sash window and an open fireplace. The kitchen is a galley style with base and eye level units on both sides and plenty of worktop space.
Further benefits to the property include gas radiator central heating as well as allocated parking and a private courtyard patio area.