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3 bedroom mews house for sale

Wentworth House, Blake's Road, Wargrave, RG10

Guide Price £685,000

Property Description

Key features

  • New build home
  • Two allocated parking spaces
  • Three bedrooms
  • Code Level 4 for Sustainable Homes
  • Set in an exclusive gated development
  • 10 year Buildzone warranty

Full description

This stunning new-build home is a three-bedroom mid-mews house set within a converted Victorian Waterworks. Wentworth House is an exclusive gated development with landscaped grounds, located on the outskirts of Wargrave. Set over two floors these contemporary houses offer a 21ft modern open plan living space and kitchen with a further reception room, three bedrooms, en suite to the master bedroom and family bathroom. There is a private rear garden and two allocated parking spaces.
Wargrave is a charming village set on the banks of the River Thames just three miles from Henley-on-Thames and closer still to the local commuter hub of Twyford; there is mainline access to London from Twyford and Wargrave has its own branch line station. The highly regarded Piggott School (secondary) and Piggott Infant and Junior School are set in the village and there are also numerous clubs, such as the local tennis club, two marinas, rowing club and social clubs giving Wargrave a close community feel. Within easy walking distance within the village is a newsagent/post office, convenience store, doctors surgery, chemist, recreation ground with football pitches, cricket square, tennis courts, bowling green, play area, sports pavilion and allotments. The village centre also has a library, two pubs, three restaurants, a café, hairdresser and a number of other shops. For walkers, there are lovely woods and country footpaths, all within 5 minutes of your front door.
These Stunning new homes benefit from a high level of finish throughout for comfortable living in contemporary style. Layouts have been well planned with designer kitchens featuring a range of integrated appliances. Individually designed kitchens comprising a comprehensive range of contemporary wall and floor cabinets, built in appliances include; dishwasher, oven, combination microwave, fridge/freezer and Induction hob. Downstairs there is under floor heating and European Blanco Oak engineered wood flooring. Bathroom and en suites comprise of white sanitary ware, wall mounted contemporary vanity unit, chrome fittings, modern chrome heated towel rail, elegant porcelain floor and wall tiles, shaver socket and mirrors fitted with demister pads. Bedrooms are carpeted in Dakota Grain - Cormar Sensation Twist, the two double bedrooms have individually designed wardrobes with internal light fittings.
Wentworth House has unrivalled transport links with easy access by road, rail or air ROAD: Wenthworth House is just 4 miles to the A404, giving quick access to M4 J8/9, or M40 J4. The A4 is within a mile, as it gives quick access to the M4/Heathrow, Thames Valley Park ( home of Microsoft and Oracle). RAIL: Both Twyford and Maidenhead offer an excellent commuter service into London Paddington (First Great Western, fastest Journey Twyford 33 minutes, fastest Journey Maidenhead 23 minutes). Crossrail will be available from Twyford in 2018. AIR: Wentworth House is conveniently placed for easy access to all the major London Airports: Heathrow (20 miles), Luton (48 miles), Stansted (78 miles)and Gatwick (58 miles). Crossrail is Europe’s largest infrastructure project. Stretching from Reading, Twyford, Maidenhead, Slough and Heathrow in the west, across to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east. From improving journey times across London, to easing congestion and offering better connections, Crossrail will change the way people travel around the capital. Crossrail will, for the first time, deliver a direct connection between all of London’s main employment centres; linking Heathrow with Paddington, the West End, the City and Canary Wharf.
The property is accessed through electric gates and an audio entrance phone system provides access to the house. The property has an enclosed private rear garden consisting of a lawned area and patio space, also with access to communal grounds. There are two allocated parking spaces, plus visitor parking. The property also enjoys access to a storage and refuse area.
The Nairn complies with Code Level 4 for Sustainable Homes. The property's solar panels will provide approximately 1425kwh per annum, the property itself would typically use approx. 3250 kwh's of electrical energy, per annum. Any surplus electricity will be fed back into the grid and the owner credited for that electricity, so as such the consumption of utilities will be greatly reduced.

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07 September 2016


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