Wokingham Town Centre – very handy for shops and public transport
High specification ground floor flat with patio and lovely communal gardens
Landen House forms part of the most prestigious Rectory Road – undoubtedly one of the premier roads in central Wokingham. The town has a number of established shops and a number of new shops, including a good array of cafes/restaurants. There are some genuine retail units with the mainstay of the Town Centre being Waitrose – located a little further up Rectory Road. Bus services pass through the town between Reading and Bracknell/Camberley. The railway station offers services on the Reading to London (Waterloo line) and also the Reading to Guildford/Gatwick line.The A329M is about 1.5 miles to the east and provides access to the M4 (Junction 10) on the northern outskirts of Wokingham and the M3 at Bagshot via Bracknell.
Landen House was constructed around 2009/2010 and comprises thirteen flats, with five on the ground floor, five on the first floor and three on the second floor. There is an impressive entrance hall with staircase and lift leading to the upper floors. Just beyond the lift is an inner hallway with automatic lighting which leads to the five ground floor flats, three overlooking the rear garden and two facing the road. The automatic lighting and entry phone system ensure ease of access to the apartment. This is a high specification property with electric under floor heating, with each room having a thermostatically controlled atmosphere. The master bedroom is a generous size overlooking the gardens and with a good size en suite shower room. The main reception room also overlooks the rear garden and has a wide bay with adjoining patio – we understand the patio is private and exclusive to this property. The kitchen/breakfast room has it’s own window and has been fitted to a high specification. The second bedroom faces the front and there is a high specification bathroom, also with window. An important feature of this property is undoubtedly the lovely communal gardens – there are several photographs included in the brochure and the internet advertising.
The accommodation comprises:
Communal entrance hall: Entry phone system and mailbox in outside porch.With lift and staircases to upper floors and inner hallway
Entrance hall: Storage cupboard with Megaflo Heatrae Sadia boiler for heating and domestic hot water. Recessed lights and underfloor heating.
Bedroom: with range of three full height mirrored wardrobes, part hanging, part shelved, over looking the rear garden.
Shower Room with large walk in shower cubicle, wash hand basin, low level WC, heated towel rail, fully tiled walls around
Bedroom Two: with front aspect.
Bathroom: Two walls fully tiled, panel enclosed bath with shower attachment, wash hand basin, low level WC, recessed lights
Lounge/Dining Room: Attractive bay window with french windows adjoining the patio and rear gardens.
Kitchen: Particularly well equipped with one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit, adjoining work tops with cupboards and drawers below, built in dishwasher, fridge and freezer. AEG oven with microwave adjoining four ring electric hob with extractor hood. Some wall mounted cupboards, breakfast bar, tiled floor and recessed lights.
Outside: There is a single allocated parking space (immediately in front of Bedroom Two.) Three visitor spaces and generally unlimited parking in Rectory Road.
The Gardens. We understand the patio and immediate area is exclusive to this property. Beyond are the lovely communal grounds where the owners/occupiers of the thirteen flats can each enjoy the peaceful privacy of the mature and established setting.
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