In a private cul-de-sac of just five detached houses
Corner plot offering potential for side extension – subject to planning
Walking distance of the highly regarded Emmbrook Schools and local shops
Wokingham town centre and Railway Station about two miles
DESCRIPTION/LOCATION:There is little doubt that houses built thirty/forty/fifty years ago have more space around them – that certainly applies to this home. The property enjoys a corner plot in a short private cul-de-sac. The house is detached from other houses although the garage is linked with the garage of the adjoining property. On the first floor there are four bedrooms and two bathrooms/shower rooms – three of the bedrooms have wardrobes or cupboard space there is also access to a large partly boarded roof space, which may offer the opportunity for additional accommodation, if required On the ground floor the two main reception rooms are across the back of the house with double doors from the dining room leading to a lovely conservatory. Beyond the conservatory is the formal garden, which includes a good area of patio, some lawn and well established borders. The property occupies a corner plot and there well may be potential to extended to one side.
Within easy walking distance are the two schools of Emmbrook for children five years to eighteen years and a little closer is a small Parade of shops. The village of Emmbrook is about 1.25 miles from Wokingham with other amenities including parkland with a Sports Club, Village Hall, three Public Houses and some bus services between Reading and Wokingham. This property is about two miles from Wokingham town centre and Railway Station and is well placed for access to junction 10 of the M4 motorway.
On the First Floor:
Bedroom: with two double built in wardrobes.
Shower Room: with shower cubicle, wash hand basin, W.C.
Bedroom 3: with built-in wardrobes.
Bedroom 4: with cupboard overstairs.
Family Bathroom: panelled bath with shower attachment, wash hand basin, low level W.C
Landing:with airing cupboard and access to large roof space, partly boarded and with electric light.
On the Ground Floor:
Entrance Hall: understairs cupboards.
Cloakroom: wash hand basin, W.C.
Living Room: overlooking the rear garden and with double doors to:
Dining Room: also approached from the kitchen and with double doors to:
Conservatory: with double doors to the garden.
Study: front aspect.
Kitchen: with sink unit set in worktop with cupboards and drawers below, two ranges of wall mounted cupboards, Worcester gas fired boiler for central heating and domestic hot water, door to side.
Attached Double Length Garage with up and over door, light and power, personal door to rear, window on rear elevation.
The Gardens:The property is approached over a shingle driveway serving five properties and there is some visitor parking at the front, in addition there are two car parking spaces in front of the garage. The remainder of the front garden is mainly lawn with some established trees and shrubs. There is a path from the driveway to the front door leading onto the side of the house. There is an area at the side of the house, which could be used for storage perhaps a garden shed or two, greenhouse or subject to planning it may be possible to extend the existing accommodation. The conservatory takes full advantage of the rear garden, which includes a good sized area of patio, some lawn and well established flower beds and borders.
Services:Mains, water, gas, electricity and drainage connected. Gas fired central heating with radiators throughout.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING – C.
Council Tax Band: F.
Tenure:Freehold with vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.
Viewing:Strictly by appointment with the Owner’s Sole Agents Martin & Pole. T. 0118 978 0777 E firstname.lastname@example.org
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