Positioned on the outskirts of Finchampstead, this exceptionally well-presented, five bedroom detached family home with garage has undergone various improvements by the current owners.
The accommodation spans an impressive 1500 sq. ft. and comprises entrance hall with cloakroom on the left, living room, kitchen/breakfast room, separate dining room, garden room which leads onto the North-West garden which is mainly laid to artificial lawn so very low maintenance.
Upstairs you have five bedrooms newly fitted en suite shower room and a family bathroom. There is also even more scope to extend to the rear subject to planning which would increase the size of the kitchen/breakfast room.
Externally, there is driveway parking for two/three vehicles and side access to the rear, whilst to the rear, the garden offers a high degree of privacy and has been completely re-landscaped to include a large patio area which is perfect for entertaining in the summer evenings.
The property is perfect for those looking to commute via the area's excellent train and motorway links and it's only a short drive into Wokingham, Reading and Bracknell town centres, of which all have undergone multi-million pound regenerations.
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