A GRADE II Listed, newly redecorated 1 bedroom first floor flat conveniently located in Twyford village centre, ideal for an investment purchase or first time buyer.
A 1-bedroom Grade II Listed flat on the first floor of this period building with exposed beams to the living room.
Approached from Bell Court, off Wargrave Road, via an external staircase and external walkway. An entrance door leads to a lobby shared between 2 flats, each with private entrance door. The flat's private entrance hallway has fitted cupboards and access to the bedroom, bathroom and living room.
The generously sized living room is located at the front of the flat overlooking the crossroads in Twyford, and benefits from exposed beams and sliding sash windows, having been recently refurbished. A galley kitchen is accessed from the rear of the living room with laminated worksurfaces, a range of fitted cupboards with spaces for freestanding appliances, naturally lit by a rooflight.
A double bedroom is located to the rear of the property overlooking the courtyard, with fitted wardrobes, and benefits from a high ceiling.
A bathroom with bath, with shower over, with a w.c and wash hand basin.
The apartment has been newly redecorated throughout in a nuetral palette, and the sash windows have been recently refurbished. The flooring throughout is a timber effect laminate.
The apartment has hot water provision from an electric cylinder, and heating is via electric wall mounted heaters.
Leasehold: 125 Years from 29th September 1988.
Ground rent to be confirmed.
Energy Performance Certificate
EPC Band: E (40)
Services: Mains connected electric, water and drainage.
Situated on the doorstep of Twyford high street and within walking distance of Twyford main line station, which offers regular services to London Paddington and to Reading with a branch line running to Henley on Thames via Wargrave and Shiplake. Cross rail services to central London, the city and Canary Wharf are scheduled to start in 2021/23. Twyford village centre possesses a wide choice of local shops and amenities including a number of cafes, restaurants and public houses as well as doctor and dental surgeries, 3 churches, local gymnasium and a public library.
The larger towns of Reading, Wokingham and Maidenhead are easily accessible by car or train with both towns offering a larger choice of shopping and entertainment facilities as well as being home to numerous national and international companies located on the various business parks in and around the towns. Dinton Pastures in the Wokingham borough offers enjoyable walks and views over the river with various adventurous sports and activities.
Situated opposite our office in the centre of Twyford village.