This extended, semi-detached home offers a flexible and versatile living accommodation set over three floors. Built in 2007 by Laing Homes, the property is located at the end of a cul-de-sac, within a popular residential development. The accommodation comprises a fitted kitchen and separate utility area with an extended living area at the rear of the property. The dining room flows nicely through into the living area, which is located in the beautifully extended part of the house, with the vaulted glass roof and double doors opening into the garden.
To the first floor there are two bedrooms and a family bathroom, with the master occupying the whole of the upper floor, equipped with wardrobes and an en-suite. Further benefits include a downstairs cloakroom, landscaped rear garden and driveway parking for two vehicles. There is easy access to the nearby areas of Wokingham and Winnersh plus great transport links such as Winnersh Train Station and A329M/M4, only a short distance away.
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