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5 bedroom character property for sale

Broad Street, Wokingham, RG40

Sold by Us £900,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Prominent Historic Grade 2* Listed Building
  • Villeroy And Boch Bathroom Suites
  • Sympathetically Converted To The Highest Standard
  • Within The Confines Of Wokingham Town Centre
  • Fabulous Jim Lawrence Lighting Throughout
  • Off Street Parking And Garage
  • Gas Centrally Heated And Underfloor Heating
  • Walking Distance To Waitrose
  • Walking Distance To Mainline Station
  • Excellent Access To Outstanding Schools

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property

A fantastic opportunity to own this stunning historic grade 2* listed building, which has long been a focal point on Wokingham's map. This wonderful home was completely refurbished by renowned listed building specialists, Barn House Construction in 2016. The refurbishment was carried out to the highest standards, in sympathy with the age and character of the building and has retained some fantastic features, including oak panelling and doors, an abundance of beams and outstanding fireplaces. The fixture and fittings throughout are all of the highest calibre and offers Villeroy and Boch sanitary ware and Jim Lawrence lighting throughout. The modern kitchen offers built in high end appliances and cathedral grade limestone tiles with underfloor heating. The flexible accommodation provides four reception areas, a fully fitted kitchen, four bedrooms and three bathrooms but could be configured to provide a magnificent master bedroom suite with dressing room if preferred. Externally the property offers a beautiful enclosed courtyard with access to off street parking and garage with electric door, lighting and power.

Tudor House has long been a Wokingham focal point, standing as it does at the end of Broad Street within the town's medieval boundary.
It was a 16th century mansion, becoming a complex building of two or three houses; these were united in phases to make the present structure of timber framing with brick infill on the ground floor and lathe and plaster on the upper floors and retaining original leaded casement windows.
Tudor House was a school from 1890, known as Grosvenor House School, until it moved to larger premises, Montague House nearby, in 1919. It was then used as offices by Perkins Brothers who owned a garage at the corner of Broad Street and Shute End at that time. The front elevation was altered in the 1920s, removing stucco to reveal the jettied timber frame of today.
It is understood that some timbers and fireplaces came from the demolished Billingbear House in Binfield. It was an antique dealer's premises in 1927 and was succeeded by a doctors' practice from 1938 until it’s refurbishment in 2016

Local Area
Tudor House is ideally situated on Broad street looking across into Wokingham Town centre with its many shops, cafes and restaurants. It is a short stroll to Wokingham mainline station where trains run regularly to London Waterloo, Reading and Gatwick Airport. Both the M4 and M3 are within easy drives for access to London and the south.

Wokingham town centre has found the perfect balance between local boutique shops as well as the convenience of high end retail outlets and popular restaurants.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
04 September 2017


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