Can there be a more soothing sound than that of a river as it meanders through a garden or the rush of a mill race at it flows through the wheelhouse.
Weston Mill is a beautifully presented former mill house set in approximately 2 acres of delightful gardens and grounds. This idyllic house is owned by an artist and as such has a style and flair that is utterly beguiling presented with effortless style.
Arranged to make the most of the lateral space, the accommodation is supremely flexible giving great choice to the resident. At either end of the house there is the opportunity to create self-contained spaces all of which is cohesively joined by a large and superbly family kitchen. The first floor is reserved for the most dramatic drawing room with high ceilings and the principal bedroom suite.
Weston Mill is situated to the west of Newbury in the small rural village of Weston. The River Lambourn runs through the village, and with its idyllic water meadows it is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The nearby village of Great Shefford offers good local amenities with a shop, post office and public house. Indeed the area boasts any number of excellent pubs including the Queens Arms at East Garston, The Woodspeen and The Wheatsheaf at Hungerford. A wider range of leisure and shopping facilities is available in Newbury including cafes and restaurants, a cinema, the renowned Watermill Theatre and Newbury racecourse.