** Video tour available on request ** This detached family home is located just off Old Woosehill lane and is situated at the end of a cul-de-sac, which is close to local amenities and well regarded primary and secondary schools. Local shops including a Morrisons supermarket/pharmacy which is on the estate. Wokingham town and train station are a short drive away.
There are road and rail links with both the M3 and M4 easily accessible and via the nearest train station, Wokingham which has a direct service into London Waterloo.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a large 17ft dual aspect living room which has access through to the conservatory offering views over the private garden, an ideal space for entertaining friends and family. The ground floor also has a triple aspect study with book shelving, a large dual aspect dining room and the dual aspect kitchen was designed by 'Designs for Living' and has views over the non-overlooked garden.
To the first floor there is a large galleried landing, four well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom. The double aspect master bedroom benefits from fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three also have the added benefit of fitted wardrobes.
To the rear of the property you will find a South East facing, large well maintained, landscaped garden with a paved patio directly to the rear, a substantial lawn and various flower beds, shrubs, fruit growing area and trees, whilst to the front you will find a double garage and driveway parking for four vehicles. The property further benefits from side access, garden shed, and lots of natural light through the house.
SOME KEY FEATURES ABOUT Bridges Close:
The charming town of Wokingham is regularly voted as one of the best and most affluent areas to live in the UK. When you discover what this attractive market town has to offer, you will have no doubts as to why.
With roots dating back to the mid-12th century, Wokingham still boasts a wealth of historical buildings throughout the town. This includes the Grade I listed, Henry Lucas Hospital; the 15th Century Overhangs and the Town Hall, which was rebuilt in 1858 over the old Constable’s quarters and police cells.
Not only is Wokingham home to numerous historic buildings, the town is also undergoing a multi-million pound redevelopment project to revitalise Wokingham town centre.
Winnersh itself offers easy access to a number of excellent facilities, including Showcase Cinema de Lux Reading; Bearwood Golf Club; the award-winning Nirvana Gym and Spa, which provides a range of activities and relaxing treatments and several highly commended schools for all ages, including Ofsted 'outstanding' Winnersh Primary School and Bearwood Primary school. In addition to all of this, winnersh also includes local supermarkets and other shopping conveniences as well as restaurants and take-aways.
Winnersh is an attractive village in the heart of Berkshire. The village enjoys superb access to the larger towns of Wokingham and Reading, as well as excellent transports links via the M4 motorway and Winnersh train station.
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