Situated in the popular Elizabeth Park development, is a detached property set in a well regarded road which was built in the late 1980’s and is within walking distance to local amenities as well as a convenience store/post office. The area has some of the county’s best schools and excellent leisure facilities. For the commuter both the M3/M4 are easily accessible and Wokingham Station provides an efficient service to Guildford, Reading and London Waterloo.
The property offers 1915 sq ft of flexible accommodation and comprises a large entrance hallway, a spacious dual aspect living room which has a conservatory off of it, a separate formal dining room which could be utilised as a children’s playroom and there is access into the kitchen which is located to the rear of the house. The wooden kitchen has contrasting worktops and space for white goods and offers plenty of storage. There is then a separate utility room and a downstairs cloakroom which concludes the downstairs living space.
As you walk upstairs you will find that there is a fully refitted three piece family bathroom which has been fully tiled and four well-proportioned bedrooms, three of which are doubles with the master benefitting from a dressing area and its own en-suite. Further benefits include gas central heating and double glazed windows throughout.
To the front of the property there is a tarmac driveway which provides off-road parking for multiple vehicles in front of the attached double garage. There is side access that leads through to the garden, which is set on a corner plot. The garden wraps around the property and is well shielded by mature trees and bushes, providing a huge degree of privacy.
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The charming town of Wokingham is regularly voted as one of the best and most affluent areas to live in the UK. When you discover what this attractive market town has to offer, you will have no doubts as to why.
With roots dating back to the mid-12th century, Wokingham still boasts a wealth of historical buildings throughout the town. This includes the Grade I listed, Henry Lucas Hospital; the 15th Century Overhangs and the Town Hall, which was rebuilt in 1858 over the old Constable’s quarters and police cells.
Not only is Wokingham home to numerous historic buildings, the town is also undergoing a multi-million pound redevelopment project to revitalise Wokingham town centre.
Winnersh itself offers easy access to a number of excellent facilities, including Showcase Cinema de Lux Reading; Bearwood Golf Club; the award-winning Nirvana Gym and Spa, which provides a range of activities and relaxing treatments and several highly commended schools for all ages, including Ofsted 'outstanding' Winnersh Primary School and Bearwood Primary school. In addition to all of this, winnersh also includes local supermarkets and other shopping conveniences as well as restaurants and take-aways.
Winnersh is an attractive village in the heart of Berkshire. The village enjoys superb access to the larger towns of Wokingham and Reading, as well as excellent transports links via the M4 motorway and Winnersh train station.
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