A 4-bedroom detached property on a quiet cul-de-sac offering flexible accommodation a short walk from local amenities, train station and River Thames
10 Oaks Road is a detached individual property in a quiet cul-de-sac, just a short walk from local amenities and with easy access to the local train station. The covered front porch opens into the entrance hall. To the left is the study offering an ideal opportunity for those looking to work from home. To the right is the spacious sitting room, offering dual aspect windows with doors leading out to the rear garden. The dining room and spacious kitchen both look out to the rear garden. Upstairs provides four good sized bedrooms, a family bathroom and a further bathroom en-suite to the master bedroom. Three of the bedrooms have built in wardrobes. The south facing rear garden is well stocked with mature shrubs, with a manicured lawn, patio and fountain water feature. There is also a conservatory. The house benefits from a large double garage plus additional off-street parking for two cars. Two large lofts and the double garage could be converted to provide additional accommodation if needed; several similar houses in the cul de sac have benefited from two of these conversions in the past.
10 Oaks Road is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac amongst properties of similar design set on a mature plot located a short walk from the centre of the village. Shiplake has a thriving community spirit and has a variety of amenities to include a village shop/post office, garage and delightful public house/restaurant. Shiplake railway station gives Main Line access (via Twyford) 8 minutes or (Reading) 18 minutes with a fast service to London Paddington (from 25 minutes). Henley on Thames, Marlow and Reading towns are all within easy access providing a comprehensive range of shopping, schooling and recreational facilities. The area is well served for schools including Shiplake College, Reading Blue Coats, The Abbey School for girls and Queen Anne's in Caversham. The nearby River Thames and countryside offers extensive walking facilities and river pursuits. A walk along the tow path from Shiplake gives access to Henley on Thames.