First time on the market since new
About one mile (within walking distance) of Wokingham town centre and Station
Real potential to extend with a two storey extension – subject to planning
Lovely large gardens
DESCRIPTION/LOCATION:A semi detached house understood to date from the mid 1950’s and occupied by the same family since new. The house is now considered suitable for modernisation and improvementand owing to the size of the garden would certainly support a significantly larger house with other nearby properties benefitting from a two storey extension, This house could be extended at the side and the rear. The gardens are an important feature.
The property is about one mile from Wokingham and the Railway Station. Regular bus services pass along the Reading Road between Wokingham and Reading, there are local shops including Morrisons’ on Woosehill, three nearby primary schools (two on Woosehill and one at Emmbrook) and there is a shared catchment area for secondary education. The A329M is within three miles and provides easy access to the M4 (junction 10). Wokingham Railway Station offers services on the Reading to London (Waterloo line) and also the Reading to Guildford/Gatwick line.
Bedroom 1: 15’7 into bay reducing to 13’7 x 10’8two double built-in wardrobes, electric fire.
Bedroom 2: 10’8 x 10’two double wardrobes with small central dressing table unit, night storage heater.
Bedroom 3: 9’6 max x 7’ including overstairs display area, night storage heater.
Bathroom: panelled enclosed bath, wash hand basin, airing cupboard with factory lagged hot water cylinder, walls fully tiled.
Separate W.C:l ow level W.C., walls fully tiled.
Landing:with window, access to roof space.
Entrance Hall: with electric storage heater, understairs cupboard.
Through Lounge/Dining Room: 25’10 into bay reducing to 24’3 x 11’9 in lounge reducing to 9’6 in dining room,fireplace, night storage heater, French windows to rear garden.
Kitchen: 11’5 max x 8’including larder with electric meter/fuses, sink unit with cupboards below, further worktops with cupboards and drawers below, wall mounted cupboards, plumbing for washing machine, storage heater.
Conservatory: 8’ x 7’6.
Side Lobby: 8’3 x 3’6.
Detached Precast Concrete Garage: 8’ x 16’2with electricity.
Garden Shed: 10’ x 9’6with electricity.
Immediately adjoining the rear of the house is a paved terrace and an area of lawn with well established borders a rockery and small ornamental fishpond. There is a central area with crazy paved terracing and a circular display feature. Beyond is a further area of formal garden with fencing on one side and the rear boundary and established hedges on the other boundary. There is a further crazy paved terraced area towards the end of the garden, a greenhouse and further lawn. The front garden includes established hedges at one side and a fence on the other side. It includes a driveway and an area of formal lawn. There is about 18’ width between the side of the house and the side boundary (ignoring the temporary extensions and this would encourage the potential for a side extension). About one sixth of an acre.
Services:Mains, water, electricity and drainage are connected – no gas connected, but available in the road.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING – F.
COUNCIL TAX - Band E.
Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.
Viewing:Strictly by appointment with the Owner’s Sole Agents Martin & Pole. Tel: 0118 978 0777 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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