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FOR SALE139 ACRES (56.3 HA)PRIVATE ESTATE AND LAKE IN PRIME BERKSHIRETHE OPPORTUNITYAldermaston Park is a unique private estate in Berkshire extending to approx. The Freehold in the Estate is offered to the market as a whole only.

The Estate comprises a collection of historical buildings and purpose built offices, all in need of renovation, set in landscaped grounds overlooking a lake.

Aldermaston Station is 2 miles from Aldermaston Park and provides a regular train service to Reading and Newbury.

Whilst there has been a principal country house on the site for many centuries, Aldermaston Manor was built in the late 1840’s following a fire which destroyed much of an earlier Jacobean manor.

Heathrow Airport is accessible via the M4 motorway.

ALDERMASTON MANORThe Manor House is a Grade II* Listed, Elizabethan style courtyard house predominantly rebuilt in the 19th Century with a number of historic features dating back to the 17th Century. This iconic and award-winning building, designed by the celebrated architect Tim Forsyth, was built by Blue Circle as their HQ premises, to showcase the possibilities of concrete as a building material.

of England, lying between Hants and the river Thames, bounded on the N. The Great Western Ry., the Thames, and 2 canals are the chief means of transit. Berkshire Printing Company, Reading, 1900-2001 (D/EX1667); Blatch’s Brewery, Theale, 1763-1972 (D/EX 1639); S & E Collier Ltd of Reading, brick and tile makers, 1902-1964 (R/D 130); Henry Bird & Sons, brewers of Reading, 1738-1867 (D/EX 1668); S H Higgs Ltd, brewers of Reading, 1937-1960s (D/EX 1668); John Hooper of Reading, pill manufacturer 1787-1849 (D/EX 1830), see also Vol 26 2004 page 3 of the ; Strange & Sons, brewers of Aldermaston, 1818-1999 (D/EX 1668); Thomas Wethered & Sons, brewers of Marlow, Buckinghamshire, 1580-1983 (D/EX 1668); Heelas & Co of Wokingham, department store 1798-1919 (D/EHS); Maidenhead Waterworks Company, 1874-1957, and Wokingham District Water Company, 1926-1934 (D/EX 1913).

boundary (100 miles in extent); its tributaries are the Kennet, Lambourn, Ock, and Loddon. are unimportant, being chiefly agricultural implements and malt. See Berkshire Genealogy to understand how these Berkshire pages are structured and how do we fit into the rest of GENUKI.

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