Matthewsgreen Road is set to the North West of town and comprises a mix of individual homes many from the 1930's and a few from 1900. The schools and shops of Emmbrook are at the bottom of the hill and the town and train station are also within a 15 minute walk. Close by there's Cantley Park, a wide range of sporting activities set within 29 hectares of open parkland. Access to the A329(M)/M4 is from the East of town.
This spectacular detached family home was built circa 13 years ago and offers 2243 sq. ft. of flexible living space. As you come through the front door there is a cloakroom, three reception rooms which are the front aspect dining room, the study which is perfect for someone if they are working from home at the moment and the main living room which is nearly 20ft in depth with doors that lead out onto the garden.
There is a separate utility room and a superb kitchen/breakfast room set to the rear that has space for a dining table. The wooden effect kitchen offers plenty of storage and has contrasting worktops with integrated appliances and a range master cooker.
As you walk upstairs onto the expansive landing you will see that there are five well-proportioned bedrooms with the master offering fitted wardrobes and access into a three piece en-suite shower room. Bedroom two and three also have access into their own en-suites and the living accommodation is concluded by a further four piece bathroom.
Externally to the front, there is driveway parking for multiple vehicles and access into a single garage. To the rear garden there is a patio area which is suitable for garden furniture, with the rest of the garden being laid to an expansive lawn which is enclosed to wooden panel fencing.
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