Summary

A detached four-bedroom family home occupying a generous 1/3 acre plot in this sought after resident road, in the centre of Wargrave and close to the river Thames.

  • 4 Bedrooms


Description

A substantial, detached family home situated in one Wargrave's premier road, presented in very tidy condition, with scope to update and improve.
All the rooms are of good proportions with lots of natural light provided by large windows. The central entrance hall has doors leading into to all the principle ground floor rooms, with a guest cloak room off to the front. The sitting room is double aspect with a central fire place and sliding doors to the rear leading into the conservatory. A pair of bi-fold doors leads through to a study which in turn has a sliding door accessing the conservatory.   The conservatory is fully glazed with a tilting and sliding door leading into the rear gardens, and a number of openable windows with fitted blinds to the roof. The kitchen has been fitted out with wall and base units with cream and wood effect faced cabinetry with marble effect, laminated worksurfaces and includes a peninsular unit with dual access, glazed cupboards over. A twin bowl, stainless steel sink unit sits below the large window looking out into the garden with a space for a dishwasher below. There are also spaces for an under counter larder fridge and a range cooker. The kitchen comfortably accommodates a breakfast table and has glazed sliding serving doors to the adjacent dining room. The dining room is of good proportions with a large picture window to the front. A side door from the kitchen leads to an enclosed passage with access to a utility room housing the wall mounted, gas fired boiler for the central heating and hot water, as well have having fitted cupboards, a sink unit and space and plumbing for laundry machines. From the passage a connecting door leads into the double width, integral garage which has an electrically operated up and over door.
From the reception hall, a turning staircase leads up to a galleried landing with large window to the front with two runs of fitted linen storage on either side. A further cupboard houses the hot water cylinder. The master bedroom located at the rear has fitted wardrobes an a large en-suite bathroom with corner spa bath, separate shower enclosure, sink with vanity unit, w.c and a bidet. The three further bedrooms are all of good proportions and have fitted storage in each, all served by a re-fitted shower room, stylish white suite including a glass shower enclosure and fully tiled walls and flooring. The gardens to the rear have been very well maintained and planted with a variety of specimen trees and plants including some lovely rose beds with a sweeping lawn leading down to the end where a gate (subject to an annual access charge) leads on to the driveway accessing Wargrave boat club. Running across the rear of the property and wrapping around on both sides, is a large paved terrace with a fish pool set below on one side. Pedestrian access on both sides, lead to the front gardens.

Services
Mains connected gas, electricity, water and drainage

Energy Performance Certificate. Band: E (50)

Location

Situated in this sought-after close just a short walk from Wargrave Train station with its services to London Paddington via Twyford and to Henley on Thames via Shiplake. Wargrave village has a village store, doctor's surgery plus popular public houses including the George and Dragon gastro pub overlooking the River Thames. Wargrave also offers excellent recreational facilities with tennis club, football, cricket and bowls as well as boating and sailing on the Thames. Twyford village centre offers a wider choice of shops and amenities including an excellent Waitrose supermarket plus the main line train station with services to Paddington and Reading and with Crossrail trains scheduled to start sometime in 2021. Local schools include the Piggott infant and junior schools, Piggott academy and sixth form all in Wargrave, Reading Blue Coats in Sonning, Queen Anne's in Caversham, with Crosfields, Kendrick, The Abbey and St Josephs all in Reading itself.

Directions

From our office in Twyford, head north on the Wargrave Road and at the roundabout take the second exit and continue towards Wargrave and Henley. As you enter Wargrave village, take the first turning left into Station Road. Continue towards the station and when approaching the bottom of the road take the right turn into Watermans Way. Head to the end of the close and the house can be found on the right-hand side.

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