Philip Booth Esq, Property Services Henley-on-Thames | WARGRAVE, BERKSHIRE RG10 8DD
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WARGRAVE, BERKSHIRE RG10 8DD



83 High Street Wargrave, Berkshire RG10 8DD

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Price Guide £1,350,000 Freehold

Well Cottage, 83 High Street, Wargrave, Berkshire, RG10 8DD

A spacious detached home ideally situated in an enviable position, being in the heart of Wargrave village centre, a stones through from local amenities and approximately 1/2 a mile from the railway station (Paddington 55 mins). The property is offered in good condition throughout, having recently been updated to create a desirable home.

 

 

The front door opens into a large dining hall with a cloakroom and a staircase to the first floor. Glazed double doors open in to the generously proportioned drawing room, which has an attractive fireplace and a rear aspect with glazed double doors leading out to the patio terrace. 

The kitchen comprises an extensive range of wall and base units with worktops over and a ‘Belfast sink’ There is a ‘Brittania’ range cooker with a gas hob and extractor hood over. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher and fridge freezer. There are glazed double doors to the rear garden and a door opening to the boot room with a door to outside and a utility room.

From the kitchen there is a door to the Sitting room, which features a fireplace and glazed double doors to the rear garden.

A staircase leads from the dining hall to the first floor landing where there is a shower room with a shower cubicle, wash hand basin and w.c.

The master bedroom suite has a rear aspect overlooking the garden and fitted wardrobes. The en suite bathroom which features a white suite comprising a corner panelled bath, a separate shower cubicle, w.c and a vanity basin unit with cupboard under.

The guest bedroom is a large double with a rear aspect and features fitted wardrobes. A door opens to the en suite bathroom with a panelled bath, shower cubicle, a w.c and wash hand basin. 

There are two further double bedrooms. Bedroom 3 has a rear aspect and bedroom 4 has a side aspect and a wardrobe.

Outside

There is an attractive wrought iron pedestrian gate leading from the High Street, where there are steps down to the front door.

Vehicular access is to the rear of the property via School Lane. There are electric gates that open to the parking area providing parking for several cars and access to the detached double garage. 

The garden is enclosed and has a extensive patio terrace and that runs along the length of the house, with doors opening from the principle reception rooms. There is lawn and mature trees providing a degree of privacy and landscaping including an ornamental fish pond. There is a detached home office with light and power.


 

Living in Wargrave

Theres is always something going on in Wargrave. Whether its an amateur play at the Woodclyffe Hall or dongola racing at the annual regatta, Wargrave has a fabulous community with activities for everyone.

There are popular pubs including the Greyhound, the St George & Dragon and The Bull. Restaurants include the Weir Grove and Da Toni restaurant.

There are good transport links. Wargrave railway station is approximately 1/2 a mile away and links with Twyford mainline station with regular trains to Reading and London Paddington, with CrossRail linking East and West London in 2020. There are regular buses to Reading and Henley.

The A4 is approx 1 mile and provides road links to the A404M linking the M4 and M40 to the east and also the A329M, linking the M4 and M3 to the west.

Henley – 3 miles

Reading – 7 miles

Maidenhead – 7 miles

Marlow – 8 miles

Heathrow – 21 miles

Schools

Robert Piggott CofE infants and junior schools. Both Ofsted – Good

The Piggott School Secondary School which also has Sixth form – Ofsted Good

Private Schools in the area include The Dolphin School, Reading Blue Coat, Queen Anne’s Caversham, The Abbey, Reading, Kendrick Grammar school.

Leisure

There are many activities on the doorstep such as cycling, walking, in the surrounding countryside. Wargrave has a large recreation ground with men’s and women’s football teams, an active tennis club, a bowls club with its own green. River pursuits including boating with marina facilities at Wargrave. Local golf clubs include, Hennerton, Sonning and Castle Royle Golf Clubs.

Tenure – Freehold

Local Authority – Wokingham Borough Council

Council Tax – Band G

Services – Mains water, drainage and electricity, gas central heating

Viewing: Strictly by Appointment with Philip Booth Esq Estate Agents

enquiries@philipboothesq.com

Property Features
  • House
  • 4 bed
  • 3 bath
  • 1 Garage