This townhouse was built in 2013 and is located in Outfield Crescent which is positioned just off the town centre and is within easy walking distance to Wokingham train station.
The three storey, townhouse overlooks the fantastic Elms Field which has recently undergone a significant investment and now is close to brand new local amenities and a new superstore as well as a brand new park with a cinema and a range of restaurants.
Internally there is 1238 sq. ft. of flexible accommodation which comprises an entrance hall with access to a cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room which has plenty of space for storage and has integrated appliances with contrasting worktops.
To the rear of the property there is a well sized living room with storage and double patio doors that lead you straight out into the well-manicured rear garden that has a storage shed and a gate that will lead you out into the parking area that has parking for three vehicles which also has potential to add a fourth space if needed.
On the first floor, you will find two equally sized double bedrooms, bedroom two has its own modern en-suite and built-in wardrobes.
The pièce de résistance is located on the second floor with the beautifully thought out master bedroom which offers a huge amount of space and also features its own walk-in dressing room which is currently used as a utility room and has the third and final bathroom of this vast property.
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