A two bedroom end of terrace, period house having been refurnished and updated and benefiting from a large rear garden and off road parking, situated in the centre of the village.
This Edwardian house forms part of an attractive terrace of three properties, with half brick/half rendered elevations and a generous garden to the rear. The house was refurnished throughout about 6 -7 years ago, with new kitchen, stylish bathroom suite, double glazed windows and gas fired central heating via radiators. The property was also re-wired at that point too. Entering via a decorative, canopied porch to a hall with cloakroom with updated suite and Worcester combination boiler above. The front aspect sitting room has a central fireplace with marble hearth and surround with wooden mantel piece over. The kitchen is fitted with cream faced, wall and base cupboards and drawers, with contrasting wood grain effect, laminate work surfaces. There is an integrated electric oven, 4 burner gas hob with extractor over and an inset stainless steel, single drainer sink with space for a dishwasher below. There is a further recess with plumbing for a washing machine. A door leads to the rear garden and the stairs take you up to the first floor.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms, and a re-fitted bathroom with white suite, including a separate shower enclosure and a chrome ladder style radiator/towel rail.
Outside to the front is a small area of lawn with a gravelled path leading to the canopied porch, with a wide driveway to the side providing parking for two cars and access to the rear. The rear gardens extend to about 65’ in length, with a broad paved patio set across the back of the house and then steps down to a gravelled path leading into the garden with lawn either size and flanked flower beds and the are full width lawn to the end with a timber tool shed. The neighbouring property (14) has a pedestrian right of way across the rear patio and down the driveway to the road.
Mains connected gas, electric, water and drainage
Energy Performance Certificate
Epc Band: D (66)
Situated in this popular road in the centre of Wargrave village, just a short walk from the 3 schools (Infant, junior and secondary), train station (services to Twyford and to Henley on Thames via Shiplake) and the doctors’ surgery. Wargrave also has an attractive church, 3 popular public houses, coffee shops, village store and chemist. For those with sporting interests, there are excellent tennis and bowls clubs as well as an excellent recreation park, plus cricket and football pitches. The surrounding countryside also provides excellent opportunities for walking or cycling.
The historic town of Henley on Thames with its internationally renowned rowing regatta is just 4 miles to the north, offering a variety of shops, cafes, bars, hotels and restaurants as well a 3-screen cinema and theatre.
Reading town centre is just 6 miles distance, with its excellent choice of shops and entertainment and sports facilities as well as being home to numerous national and international companies based on the business parks located in and around the town.
From our offices in Twyford, head north on the Wargrave Road to the roundabout on the A4 and take the second exit toward Wargrave and Henley on Thames. Continue past the school into the village and at the traffic lights turn right into School Lane. Follow the road up the hill and around the right-hand bend and then immediately right into Braybrooke Road. The property is located about half way down on the right hand side.