Honey Hill, Wokingham, Berkshire RG40 3BA

Price Guide £1,150,000
  • bedrooms5
  • bathrooms4
  • receptions4

Property Description

Situated on the fringes of Wokingham and Crowthorne in an idyllic semi-rural setting, a desirable and extended detached property which we believe originally dated back to the 18th century. This unique character home offers just over 3,300 sq.ft. of well-balanced living accommodation which has been sympathetically extended over the years. Nestled in a plot of just under one acre, the property benefits from a sizeable refitted kitchen/dining room with the addition of a more formal dining area with built in bar and bifold doors overlooking the stunning well-tended grounds. There is also a separate utility room, family room, study, living room and a ground floor bedroom with an ensuite shower room. Upstairs there are four generous sized bedrooms starting with an impressive master bedroom with an array of fitted wardrobes and a Juliet balcony overlooking the extensive grounds. The master bedroom benefits from a high specification ensuite with a wet room style shower and spa bath, the WC is separate in an adjoining room. The guest bedroom also benefits from a walk in wardrobe and refitted ensuite shower room. The two other double bedrooms share the use of a modern refitted four piece bath/shower room.


Honey Hill is a desirable country lane between the village of Crowthorne and the historic market town of Wokingham. The location is ideally situated for the commuter with easy access to both Crowthorne and Wokingham train stations and the A329(M) and M4 motorways. There are a wealth of walks on your doorstep to include Bramshill Forest and the Heath Lake Nature Reserve. The welcoming Crooked Billet public house is located towards the end of Honey Hill, with a further choice of eateries in both Crowthorne and Wokingham. The prestigious East Berkshire golf course is also within easy reach. There are a wealth of schools within the vicinity to include both Holme Grange and the prestigious Wellington College.


The property sits in an ‘L’ shaped plot of just under one acre enjoying scenic views over woodland and open fields. The garden offers a good degree of privacy being enclosed by mature trees, hedgerows and fencing with an extensive lawn area ideal for families. To the front is a gravel ‘in and out’ front driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles with the benefit of a detached garage.

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Local Authority

Wokingham Borough Council

From our Crowthorne office turn right onto Dukes Ride and at the crossroads turn right onto New Wokingham Road. Proceed to the very end of the road and at the roundabout turn right onto Nine Mile Ride and then immediately left by St Sebastian’s Memorial Hall in to Honey Hill Road. The property will be found a short distance on the right hand side.

**These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property; they do not constitute an offer and will not form part of any contract. We make no representation about the conditions of the property nor that any services or appliances are in good working order; this should be checked by your surveyor. Furthermore, you should not assume that any items or features referred to in these particulars or shown in the photographs are included in the sale or rental price. Your solicitor should check this as part of the normal conveyancing process.

Property market at a glance

Michael Hardy average property asking price


Michael Hardy current property price range

£130,000 - £1,150,000

Rental market at a glance

Michael Hardy average rental price

£1,225 PCM

Michael Hardy current rental price range

£750 PCM - £2,560 PCM