This eight bedroom semi-detached, period home is located on the fringes of the village and offers the potential to either be turned into an HMO or apartments.
The accommodation comprises a bay fronted living room with working fire place, kitchen, separate dining room and utility room. To the first floor there are five bedrooms, a family bathroom and en-suite shower room to the master. Bedroom six is located on the second floor and benefits from built-in storage cupboards.
There is a self-contained annexe on the ground floor and has its own entrance, two bedrooms, a living room, kitchen/breakfast room and bathroom with separate WC.
To the front of the house there is driveway parking for a minimum of eight vehicles and a double side access gate which offers additional parking and leads to the garden.
SOME KEY FEATURES ABOUT Sandhurst Road:
The quiet village of Crowthorne is situated within easy reach of neighbouring towns Wokingham and Camberley. Crowthorne has a strong community spirit and is perfect for families.
There are a number of highly commended primary and secondary schools in Crowthorne, including Edgbarrow School, Hatch Ride, Wildmoor Heath, Oaklands and Crowthorne Church of England.
There is also the well-known Wellington College, which was built as a national monument to the Duke of Wellington, with Eagle House, its prep school. The college is also a member of the Rugby Group, which includes the likes of Harrow and Charterhouse schools.
There has been a lot of development in Crowthorne in the last few years, with the construction of many new homes and apartments to meet the rising demand in the area.
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