This attractive Queen Anne Grade II listed property has flexible accommodation and additional income potential.
The lower ground floor has a separate front door with access to the pretty courtyard garden and subject to planning permission offers potential for an annex for additional family accommodation or rental income.
The Ground Floor can be used to provide spacious family rooms or can continue to be used as commercial areas to provide an additional source of income. This property has both residential and retail permissions and previously has also had café/restaurant permissions.
This flexible property is set in the heart of Wokingham Town Centre with access to popular shops, restaurants and well regarded State and Private schools.
Wokingham mainline train station is within walking distance and has direct trains to Reading and London. Both the M3 and M4 are easily accessible. This property comes with two residential parking permits.
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