Located in a quiet residential cul-de-sac within close proximity to Wokingham town centre and mainline train station, this three bedroom semi-detached property was built in the 1970’s and is within a popular school catchment.
The property offers 1321 sq ft of flexible living accommodation and comprises living room that opens into the dining area, and just off of this there is a conservatory. Additionally and completing the floor space of the downstairs there is a cloakroom and a refitted galley style kitchen that features wooden doors with contrasting worktops and offers plenty of storage space. Leading off the kitchen there is another reception room which is currently being utilised as a study but could easily be used as a playroom for the growing family.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two large double rooms both with wardrobes and a single bedroom, all served by the family bathroom.
Externally there is driveway parking for multiple vehicles and access into the single garage, whilst the rear garden is ultra low maintenance with a few raised flower beds on either side of the garden and the rest being mainly laid to patio.
This really is one of those homes that you can adapt as you grow and with well-regarded schools nearby, excellent road links and the benefit from being within easy reach of Wokingham town centre, this would make an ideal family home.
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