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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Park Avenue, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG40

Sold by Us £800,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Exclusive town centre location
  • Attractive bay fronted family home
  • Grounds in excess of 1/4 of an acre
  • Three bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Garage
  • Gas radiator central heating
  • Many original features retained
  • Scope for extension (STP)
  • Rarely available

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An amazing opportunity to acquire an outstanding 1930’s detached home which sits in large and secluded grounds in one of the most sought after town centre locations, tucked away on a no through road right in the heart of Wokingham.

It is unusual to find such a genuine example of a house of this period, Number 18 Park Avenue not only enjoys the large and practical room sizes of a house of this era but also the original features have been retained which include deep skirting boards, picture rails, four panel doors, stripped parquet flooring and most impressively the original windows with stained glass top lights.

In its current form the property provides a good family living space over two floors, however, of interest to many would be the ability to extend both backwards and to the side to provide a substantial residence on this generous plot, subject of course to the normal planning consents being sought and granted.

Due to high levels of interest we are holding viewings on Saturday 10th September strictly by appointment only which must be booked in advance by telephoning the vendors sole agents Richard Worth on 0118 979 6796.
Park Avenue is a little known gem, a quiet no through road located in the heart of the market town of Wokingham, a short walk of the centre which offers an eclectic range of shops, restaurants and bars and regular markets held outside the town hall. The mainline railway station is also close at hand and connects you to London Waterloo, Guildford, Gatwick Airport and Reading the second largest interchange station outside of London. The area offers excellent links to the M3 and M4 motorways and there is a good range of leisure facilities close at hand.
Set back from the road this home is afforded a huge degree of privacy. To the front and extending down the side of the house is a gravel driveway which provides parking for many vehicles and leads to the garage. There is a large lawn which is enclosed by panel fencing and mature trees and hedging.
The rear garden is undoubtedly another of the property's hosts of features being mainly lawned with an array of established trees and shrubs and a paved patio across the rear of the house. In all the grounds extend to just over � of an acre.
An outstanding example of an original 1930's detached home situated in a prime town centre location with the ability to extend, sited in grounds of over � of an acre.

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31 August 2016

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