Very well presented.
Well placed for shops and schools for children of all ages.
Less than one mile from the Town Centre.
Convenient for M4/M3 access.
DESCRIPTION/LOCATION: The property forms part of a popular development mostly undertaken in the 1960s and with a general feel of space. There are local shops and schools for children of all ages within walking distance. Wokingham Town Centre is within about one mile, whilst the A329M about one mile to the east links the M4 (Junction 10) to Bracknell and the M3 via a series of dual carriageways to the south at Bagshot. This house enjoys an exceptional location in the popular town of Wokingham.
The house is well presented and benefits from a two storey extension at the front and a single storey extension at the rear. At the front the extension provides a significantly enlarged entrance hall and on the first floor, what was the smaller bedroom three is now genuinely a double bedroom or could be occupied as a home office. The square behind the garage and adjoining the kitchen has a single storey extension, comprising a breakfast room/family room and a cloakroom. Throughout, the house is well presented and has seen many improvements, including mainly new UPVC double glazed windows and some new radiators. The garage has a roll up door and there is a replacement combi gas fired boiler in the garage.
ACCOMMODATION:The accommodation briefly comprises:
On the First Floor:
Bedroom 1: 11’3 x 10’7 overlooking the rear gardens, built-in wardrobe, radiator, laminate flooring.
Bedroom 2: 10’8 x 9’7 front aspect, radiator, built-in wardrobe, recess lighting
Bedroom 3: 12’3 x 8’9 maximum with radiator, recess lighting
Bathroom: Superbly fitted and fully tiled comprising white suite of panel enclosed bath, separate corner shower cubicle with glazed screen, low flush WC, wash hand basin, radiator, recess lighting.
Landing: window, access to roof space, large linen cupboard.
On the Ground Floor:
Entrance Hall: Large cloak cupboard, radiator, light oak laminate flooring, recessed lighting
Lounge: 12’5 x 11’7 front aspect, radiator, feature fireplace with attractive fitted fire, this room opens onto:
Dining Room: 11’3 x 10’7 with radiator, sliding patio doors giving access to patio and rear gardens.
Kitchen: 11’4 x 8’ recently and comprehensively refitted with attractive light oak units comprising cupboards and drawers including a carousel larder cupboard, contrasting work surfaces over, inset 1 ½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap, Range with 7 ring gas hob 2 main ovens, grill and warming oven, integrated dishwasher and washing machine, complementary range of wall cupboards, extensive tiling to walls and floor, understairs cupboard, door to:
Family Room/Breakfast Room: tiled floor, space for table and chairs, door to patio and rear gardens, radiator, personal door to garage and door to:
Cloakroom: low level WC, wash hand basin.
Garage: 16’9 x 11’6 Wider than a typical single garage, with light and power and door to family room.
At least two off road car parking spaces at the front.
The Gardens: The rear gardens are a lovely feature. South facing. They are fenced with established hedging and borders. There is an area of decking adjoining the dining room and patio beyond the family room, with the remainder being mainly lawn and including a vegetable patch.
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