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Located on the popular Montague Park development which offers plenty of external open space including children’s play parks, ponds and open fields. Suitable for walks and leisure, from here you could also walk into town and visit the many restaurants that Wokingham has to offer.
The development is located on the northern side of Wokingham town centre giving you quick access to both the A329M, M4 and to the new Floreat primary school and St. Crispin’s secondary school. This immaculately presented detached property was built approximately six years ago and offers over 1100 sq ft of internal floor space spanning over two floors.
As you walk through the door into the hallway you will find a downstairs cloakroom and a living room that has new flooring throughout as well as new downlights. The well thought out kitchen/dining room features an extremely modern kitchen with contrasting worktops offering plenty of storage with integrated appliances. There is a tiled floor and access via double doors into the garden, as well as a fitted pantry which is located in the utility room, which has the benefit of further storage and space for the washing machine/dryer.
Upstairs you will find three well-proportioned bedrooms, with the master having access into a fully tiled modern en-suite, along with an additional three piece family bathroom.
Externally the property has access into a single garage which has been converted to a gym area which could be converted back easily should you decide to convert it back. There is also driveway parking for multiple vehicles. The rear, enclosed garden has been professionally landscaped by the current owners and is enclosed by a brick wall. The patio area is suitable for garden furniture, with the rest of the outside space being laid to high quality artificial grass and a newly laid decking area to the rear of the garden.
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