Lovely setting in Wokingham Town Centre
Suitable for improvement and possible extension
Perhaps the garage could be converted to provide additional accommodation if required
NB. The sale is subject to a Grant of Probate. The marketing and exchange of contracts is conditional upon the Grant of Probate.
DESCRIPTION/LOCATION: “A detached house” (but with the side wall of the integral garage linked to the garage of an adjoining property) in an area of mainly character Victorian houses. This is a rare opportunity to buy a modern three bedroom house within a few hundred yards of the Town Centre shops, well placed for schools for children of all ages and Wokingham railway station which offers services on the Reading to London/Waterloo line and also the Reading to Guildford/Gatwick line and from Reading main line station there are services to London (Paddington) and planned for 2022 there will be services on the new Crossrail line. The A329M is within 2 miles and provides access to the M4 (Junction 10) on the outskirts of Wokingham and via a series of dual carriageways the M3 just to the south of Bracknell at Bagshot.
A stylish individual house with its own gated driveway and additional off road parking – a valuable commodity for a Town Centre house. The three first floor bedrooms are, we suggest by modern standards, all of a good size and there would be the potential to incorporate an en suite shower room to bedroom one if required. With the benefit of off road parking, the integral garage could be converted to provide additional reception accommodation or even a fourth bedroom with shower room/WC. A further noteworthy feature is the rear garden which has a south westerly aspect and is well shielded.
The accommodation comprises:
Bedroom 1: 17’3 x 11’ with radiator – overlooking the rear garden
Bedroom 2: 13’7 x 9’4 with radiator
Bedroom 3: 12’1 x 7’5 with radiator and double wardrobe
Bathroom: Coloured suite comprising panel enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, walls part tiled, radiator
Landing: Access to roof space, airing cupboard with factory lagged tank, window on half landing
Entrance Hall: With quarry tiled step on outside, radiator, door to garage
Cloakroom: With wash hand basin and low level WC, part tiled walls, radiator
Living Room/Dining Room: 17’3 x 11’ with sliding patio doors and separate window over looking the rear garden. Coal effect gas fire. Two radiators, wall light points, under stairs cupboard
Kitchen: 15’4 x 5’2 with 1 ½ bowl white sink unit with mixer tap, range of wall mounted and floor units, Inset four ring gas hob with extractor hood above, electric oven, integrated fridge, plumbing for washing machine, small breakfast bar, radiator, wall mounted gas fired boiler for central heating and domestic hot water, part glazed door to side
Garage: With up and over door, light and power, plumbing for washing machine, door to hallway.
Garden: There is a low brick retaining wall and gated driveway at the front currently offering off street parking for one vehicle but with the potential to increase the car parking for at least a second car. There is pedestrian access to one side of the house leading to the rear garden. It is approximately 38ft deep, is well secluded and includes an area of paved terrace, lawn and well stocked borders. There is a garden shed and some outside lighting.
Services: Mains, water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected. Gas fired central heating.
Energy Efficiency Rating: D63
Council Tax Band: E
Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment with the Owners' Sole Agents Martin & Pole.
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