This four double bedroom detached bungalow was constructed in 2015 is set behind large wooden gates which are operated remotely and is located to the north of Wokingham in a beautiful semi rural location that sits on a stunning and secluded plot of circa 5 acres and is positioned ideally for access into Wokingham, Bracknell and Twyford. There is a local pub/restaurant that is just a few hundred yards away.
The property offers 5561 sq ft of flexible living accommodation (inc the barn) and comprises a large light and airy entrance hall with an "L" shaped living/dining room as you come in on the left hand side. What struck us the most about this property when we first visited was how light the room was and the overriding feeling of the space it offered, all helped by the vaulted feature ceilings and the bi-folding doors that show the impressive views.
In the centre of the property there is a stunning kitchen/breakfast room with a feature semi-circle island/breakfast bar with Domino induction multi hobs, as well as a remote controlled overhead hob lighting and an extractor fan. There are also additional features such as twin fridges, dishwasher, and a filtered cold and boiling hot water tap. The kitchen is a high gloss with plenty of storage with a composite worktop finish. On the right hand side of the property and located off of the entrance hall you will find a cloakroom and four well-proportioned double bedrooms, with the master bedroom and bedroom two benefitting from having access into their own three piece en-suites that have been refitted to a high standard.
The bathrooms are fully tiled and include thermostatic rainfall showers and have heated mirrors with a choice of spot and strip lighting. Externally the property offers a very high degree of privacy and has a large multi aspect patio areas that are perfect for garden furniture and alfresco dining, and features a Breeze summerhouse with lighting and heating. It has gravelled driveway which is suitable for parking multiple vehicles as well as having a triple bay oak garage. Two of the bays are open with the other closed which doubles up as useful storage for garden furniture and has light and power.
There is a large waterproof Barn which is made secure by having steel shutters which are electronically operated. Internally there is a WC, and offers flexible storage and workshop areas. It has power, gas and has its own water supply so would suit someone who wishes to work from home if they have a business. There are two further outbuildings which also have power, and a water supply that are secure via steel shutters.
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