Built by Persimmon Homes in late 2017, this immaculately presented first floor apartment is set within a small block of just eight units in the increasingly popular Hatchwood Mill development, with transport links to London, Reading and Bracknell close by.
The property boasts a unique and spacious layout, with an open plan kitchen/living area that includes built-in appliances, dual aspect windows and French doors leading to a private balcony, ideal for both first-time buyers and investors.
The double bedroom is a lovely size with plenty of room for wardrobes and drawers, whilst the bathroom has had additional features added by the current owners to the already excellent standard.
Further benefits include Amtico flooring throughout, a double-door utility cupboard in the hallway, private allocated parking in the rear courtyard with the added bonus of being a short walking distance to Winnersh train station and Sainsbury?s supermarket.
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