Ref No: KE014-LI-SA290A beautifully-proportioned family home in one of Wokingham's most desirable and sought-after roads
Offers versatile living space for growing families, with great schools, parks and walks. This home will also appeal to families with grown children - with four ensuites and plenty of driveway parking
Priced realistically, with no onward chain
Substantial family home with no onward chain
"One of the best neighbourhoods in Wokingham"
This is a rare chance to move in to a smartly designed property which will suit families of all stages and sizes.
Keephatch Park has been at the top of family wish-lists in Wokingham for many years and this particular property is tucked away in a quiet, secluded no-through road.
Wokingham is repeatedly voted one of the best places in the UK to live and we believe this is one of the best residential settings for families.
Within easy reach of Wokingham's superb schools including; All Saints Primary (OFSTED rated Good), Wescott Infant School (Outstanding) and St Teresa's Catholic Primary (Outstanding). There is also the newly-opened Floreat Montague Park School which is yet to have its first OFSTED report. For older pupils, the property is in catchment of St Crispin's Secondary & Sixth Form (Good) and is close to an excellent selection of some of the best independent schools, including Ludgrove, Wellington College, Reddam House and Holme Grange School.
Keephatch Park has quiet roads and well-spaced housing, and this property is surrounded by green spaces, duck ponds and woods to explore. This property has some innovative parks on its doorstep with play areas for all ages, including playgrounds for young children and zip wire and assault course for older children.
Inside this substantial house, the two main reception rooms have adjoining glass double doors to offer flexible living space. The main living room has been extended to provide room for plenty of comfortable seating and, quite easily, table and chairs too for a split dining / living room. The double doors open onto the patio and west-facing garden.
The good-sized kitchen, which includes a range cooker and modern lighting, has plenty of space for a breakfast table and chairs, and also has the lovely feature of natural oiled timber worktops.
The utility room, which benefits from the boiler warmth, leads from the kitchen, and provides worktop, power and space for two laundry appliances. It is also integral to the double reduced-length garage space so is ideal for storage, bikes and buggies. The garage doors provide an ideal entrance for muddy boots, bikes and paws; with access to the utility room which has its own dog flap behind the side gate!
For less muddy visitors, the property has a huge cloakroom. It's quite rare to see a cloakroom big enough for coats, but this clever design gives ample storage for everyone's jackets, scarves, shoes and boots. It also comprises a downstairs WC and basin, so an ideal stopping place for kids before and after days out.
The downstairs study overlooks the garden and is an ideal place to focus but still convenient for visitors... and the kettle - for those working from home. Next Generation and Superfast Broadband are available (30 - 300Mbps).
Upstairs, the configuration gives the four double bedrooms their own en-suite, with built-in storage in the fifth bedroom.
The master bedroom affords space for versatile layout, with plenty of natural light and a large en-suite with luxurious walk-in shower.
Finishing touches, like the reception's bespoke shutters, smooth plaster ceilings, modern recessed spotlights and tasteful front door, give this property a quality feel throughout. Some of its best features include the sunny-aspect garden, generous parking for 3-4 cars and its enviable location.
Keephatch Park is ideally positioned for easy access to the A329M and M4, and is a short drive to Wokingham Station (68 minutes to Waterloo) and Twyford (28 minutes morning service to Paddington).
Please call or email for any further questions, or to arrange a viewing.
The energy efficiency rating is a measure of the overall efficiency of a home. The higher the rating the more energy efficient the home is and the lower the fuel bills will be. The environmental impact rating is a measure of a home's impact on the environment in terms of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The higher the rating the less impact it has on the environment. The Energy Performance Certificate for this dwelling was produced following an energy assessment undertaken by a qualified assessor.