Peasemore is a small attractive village in the central Berkshire Downs. It is a village of mainly high end houses the majority of which are set well back from the road. Either side of Field Road, which runs through the village, there are grassy greens and trees which are either in front gardens or on wide verges that separate the road from the houses. The overall appearance of the village is very pleasing.

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In the centre of the village is the village hall and nearby is a small pond. At the southern end of Field Road is the Church of St. Barnabas, the village church, a large brick built Victorian building with a spire. There are few older cottages in the centre of the village, the result of an 18th century fire which destroyed the whole of the centre of the village. However on the southern outskirts there is a small group of thatched cottages beside the road.

Opposite the church is Peasemore Manor (Manor Farm) which has been altered and extended but within there is a 15th century timber framed hall. On the edge of the village is Peasemore House which is a mid-19th century farmhouse.

Peasemore is about 8 miles northwest of Newbury just to the east of the B4494.

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