Ref No: KE014-LI-SA66*Sold in less than 6 weeks with 16 viewings and 3 offers*
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Property Assistant in association with Keller Williams UK are proud to present this sympathetically updated Victorian townhouse dating back to circa 1900 within walking distance of both Wokingham mainline station and the town centre.
Victorian features merge with modern conveniences with a newly fitted composite front door that leads into the welcoming Living Room with feature open fireplace, shelving to either side of the chinmey breast and cabinetry enclosing meters and fuseboards. The Dining Room again has an open Fireplace with storage above, there are stripped wood floorboards, a glazed borrowed light window draws light from the Living Room and a turning staircase leading to the first floor.
The Kitchen has a Farmhouse style with range of bespoke units with extensive range of wall mounted storage, there is a free standing gas oven with concealed extractor above, a concealed ceramic sink with mixer tap and space for a dishwasher and a vaulted ceiling. An archway leads to the Utility Room with further range of storage units, space and plumbing for range of appliances along with space for a tall freestanding fridge/freezer and a door to the rear garden.
There is a recently refitted Victorian style bathroom suite with mixer tap and shower attachment and screen, lit by spotlighting with double glazed window to the side.
The first floor comprises a front aspect double room with feature fireplace and built in wardrobe and a further double room with cupboard housing the combination boiler, rear aspect and door leading to a turning staircase leading to the Master Bedroom suite.
This bright and airy room offers a dual aspect with dormer window to the front and a velux window to the back with far reaching views, there is a feature brick wall, exposed beams, an open fireplace and built in double wardrobe.
Outside the enclosed rear garden has a raised patio area with garden shed and covered storage behind suitable for recycling boxes and refuse. The gardens are laid to lawn with generous beds to either side enclosed by wood panel fencing leading you down the garden to the large Summerhouse.
The Summerhouse measures 10ft x 10ft (internally), with windows to both the front and side and French doors that open onto the covered decking area, it has light and power so is ideal for a home office/hobby room.
To the front of the property there is a stepping stone paved pathway with cotswold stone chippings, enclosed by brick retaining wall and gate to the front and wood panel fence and brick wall to either side.
There is parking right outside the property, available via permit with additional visitors parking available nearby.
NB. In accordance with Section 21 of the Estate Agent Act 1979, we declare that there is a personal interest in the sale of this property. The property is being sold by a Property Assistant UK member of staff.
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Crossgate, St Giles-on-the-Heath, Cornwall, Launceston PL15£ 425,000