This well-presented detached family home built by Renway homes in the 1970's is situated on a corner plot in a quiet cul-de-sac and also being within walking distance to Wokingham town centre.
The property offers versatile and spacious accommodation throughout spread over two floors. On the ground floor you have a large entrance hall with coat for storage, cloakroom, living room, study, kitchen with a utility room and conservatory.
To the first floor are four double bedrooms with the large master being serviced by the en-suite as well as a wonderful balcony overlooking the private rear garden. The main family bathroom services the further three bedrooms and is accessed from the spacious landing.
Externally, the property offers two driveways providing an abundance of off-road parking as well as a large double garage. The property sits in the centre of the plot with gardens extending to the front and side, as well as to the rear. The property offers a private and mature garden, perfect for entertaining on a late summers evening and for children to enjoy playing in and there is a further patio area to the side of the property.
The station is within walking distance and the unique and vibrant town of Wokingham has just benefitted from a £270m regeneration investment. Locals enjoy a wide range of pubs, eateries and coffee shops including Gail's Bakery, Nando's, Costa, Caffè Nero and Pizza Express. There are plenty of independent restaurants, wine bars, and even a gin bar in the new Peach Place. There is a selection of clothing retailers including Wallis, M&Co, Fat Face and Mountain Warehouse, but also independent boutiques such as Purple Butterfly and The Dolls' House Boutique. Leisure facilities include gyms, a public swimming pool, parks, library, bowling alley and 360 Escape Rooms. Coming soon, the town will see a boutique cinema opening in Elms Field and the town also hosts music festivals and seasonal events.
By road, Wokingham is well-connected for the M3/M4 and for High Street retail shopping both Bracknell and Reading are within easy reach (including by bus). Trains arrive in London Waterloo in just over an hour and there is a direct line to Gatwick airport.
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