A detached ‘mixed use’, property offering scope for converting to either a residential house or two apartments, subject to obtaining ususal consents.
Having been the village post office and general store for the last couple of decades this detached, property was built in the early part of the 20th century with brick elevations under a slate tile roof. The ground floor comprises or a large L-shaped retail sale room with two large, plate glass windows and pedestrian door to the left-hand side. Access to a cellar is via a steep stair case. There is another storage/utility room located to the rear, accessed of the rear hall shared with the upper residential parts.
On the first floor is a bright landing with large sash style window the rear. A double aspect sitting room is located to the front, with a feature fireplace to one side. The kitchen/diner has freestanding appliances and units with a fitted stainless steel sink unit.
The larger of the two bedrooms has fitted wardrobes with a bed recess with overhead cupboards. The bathroom has a white suite with panel bath with shower over and tiled walls, pedestal wash hand basin and a low-level w.c.
A gas fired water heater sits over the bath, supplying the hot water.
Outside to the rear is a small enclose garden area with a raised decked in one corner, topped with artificial grass with a few mature shrubs.
Across the front is a large paved forecourt providing off road parking for 3 – 4 cars.
Energy Performance Certificate
For the commercial part: EPC band E
For the flat: EPC band G
Mains connected gas, electric, water and drainage
Situated in the centre of this popular village, with its highly regarded schools (Infant, Junior and Secondary with sixth form), churches, cafes/coffee shops, doctor’s surgery, popular public houses. The train station at Wargrave sits on the Twyford to Henley on Thames Branch line with the former offer regular connections to London Paddington and to Reading. For those with sporting interests, there is a large recreational park with tennis club, bowls club, cricket and football pitches, with golf courses available at Hennerton, Castle Royle and Sonning. There are also boat and sailing clubs and two marinas on the river Thames. The surrounding countryside also offers numerous opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding.
From our offices in Twyford head north on the Wargrave Road and on reaching the roundabout with the A4 Bath Road, take the second exit towards Wargrave and Henley on Thames. Continue into Wargrave village and at the central traffic lights turn right into School Lane. Follow the road up the hill and around the right-hand bend and immediately after the bend, take the left turn into Victoria Road. Follow the road up through the village for about 400 yards and the property can be found on the left before you get to the village general store.