This well presented family home is a short walk to Wokingham town centre and excellent local primary and secondary schools. The property offers flexible, good sized, living accommodation over two floors which comprises of an entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, dual aspect living room with patio doors to the garden, and a family room.
The well-equipped kitchen and dining room measures in excess of 28 feet and features vaulted ceilings. There is a separate utility room.
To the first floor, there are four double bedrooms with the master suite benefiting from an en-suite bathroom and built-in wardrobes. The property is on a large corner plot with a separate double garage and parking for four cars. This plot, measuring one fifth of an acre, affords plenty of room to extend to either the side or rear (subject to usual planning permissions).
Wokingham train station is within walking distance and the unique, vibrant, town centre has just benefitted from a £270 million regeneration investment. Locals enjoy a wide range of pubs, eateries and coffee shops including Gails Bakery, Nandos, Costa Coffee, Caffè Nero, and Pizza Express.
There are a range of independent restaurants, wine bars, and even a gin bar in the new Peach Place. For groceries, Wokingham has all of the major supermarket chains. There are also leisure facilities including gyms, a public swimming pool, parks, library, bowling alley and 360 Escape Rooms. There is also a boutique cinema in Elms Field and the town hosts music festivals and seasonal fetes and events.
By road, Wokingham is well connected for the M3 and M4 motorways, and for high street retail shopping, Bracknell and Reading are within easy reach by car or bus. Trains arrive in London Waterloo in just over one hour and there is a direct train service to Gatwick Airport.
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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.
Finchampstead is an affluent village located near Wokingham. It is rated among the most desirable places to live in the UK. It has a number of churches, pubs and shops.
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