This charming and rarely available Walter cottage is set in the heart of the Sindlesham conservation area on the edge of Wokingham. The property was originally part of the Bearwood Estate, the property dates back to 1867 and once belonged to John Walter's (Victorian owner of the Times newspaper) country estate. The property is conveniently located within close proximity to the mainline train station, amenities and Nirvana Spa. The property itself boasts delightful period architecture including ornate chimney stacks, stone window sills and detailed red brick elevations. Internally, original features include high ceilings throughout and impressive cast iron fireplaces to the living room and master bedroom. Accommodation comprises 16ft living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom, to the first floor there are two double bedrooms with wardrobes. Further benefits include large rear garden with old washing room, large front garden with driveway parking for several vehicles and rear aspect overlooking fields. The property is available on an unfurnished basis. The property does further benefit from the garden being maintained.
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