DESCRIPTION/LOCATION: An individual detached chalet style residence constructed in 1961/2 having the benefit of gas fired central heating and double glazed windows with the exception of the lounge front window. There is considerable potential to improve the existing property and may be extend subject to planning consent. The property has the great bonus of a large ‘L’ shaped plot extending to over one third of an acre (0.144 hectares). The plot has a width of 27’ (8 meters across the front of the property.
Stonehouse is situated in an unmade lane in an established residential area of predominantly individual properties in the popular Parish of Finchampstead. Local shopping facilities are available about one and a half miles distant at California crossroads together with Dukes Ride, Crowthorne. The nearby towns of Wokingham and Crowthorne provide a wide choice of shopping, educational and sporting facilities. The Wokingham Borough Council website shows for 2016/17 the Primary/Junior School catchment area is Oakland’s Infant and Junior, St. Sebastian’s Primary/Junior and Evendons Primary, whilst the Secondary School catchment area is Edgbarrow in Crowthorne. The Mainline Railway Station of Wokingham provides services on the Reading/Waterloo line, whilst the Railway Station of Crowthorne is about one and a half miles distant providing services on the Reading/Guildford/Gatwick line.
The accommodation comprises:On the First Floor:Bedroom 1: double and single built-in wardrobes, radiator, airing cupboard, sliding double glazed patio door leading to Balcony with wrought iron balustradeoverlooking front gardens and driveway.Bedroom 2: radiator, vanity unit with wash hand basin having cupboards under, access by loft ladder to insulated and mainly boarded roof space.Bedroom 3: radiator, folding door leading to:Bedroom 4: radiator, range of wall shelving.Shower Room: tiled shower cubicle, wash hand basin, W.C., radiator, tiled walls, window, mirror fronted medicine cabinet.Landing: with double glazed window.
On the Ground Floor:Entrance Hall: glazed front door, radiator, storage cupboard under stairs housing Kingfisher II floor mounted gas fired boiler, central heating programmer and time clock, parquet floor.Cloakroom: pampas colored suite, W.C., wash hand basin, window, carpeted floor.Lounge: brick fireplace with gas coal effect fire, radiator, single glazed front window, alcove with book/display shelves, three wall lights, coved ceiling.‘L’ Shaped Kitchen/Breakfast Room/Dining Room:Kitchen/Breakfast Room: stainless steel one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit, mixer tap,cupboards under, base units with work surfaces having drawers and cupboards under, large range of built-in storage cupboards including cupboard housing water softener, Neff electric double oven, Neff Halogen electric hob with concealed extractor hood above, LG fridge/freezer, Bosch dishwasher, Hotpoint washer/dryer, double glazed door leading to driveway, front and rear gardens, tiled floor, radiator, two ceiling tracks each comprising three lights, opening to:Dining Room: radiator, telephone point, sliding double glazed patio door leading to mature rear gardens.
Outside:Garage: 18’ x 9’6 (5.53 meters x 2.92 meters), up and over door.
Carport. Garden Shed. Outside Water Tap. Greenhouse.
The property is approached over a tarmacadamed driveway with parking space for four to five cars.
The Gardens: The front garden has a depth of 51’ (15 metres) and comprises mainly lawn. The large ‘L’ shaped mature gardens are bounded by wooden/wire fencing/wall, back onto the Reading/Guildford/Gatwick railway line, comprises large lawn with mature trees and shrubs including mature laurel hedging and paved patio. The plot has a width in the front of the house of 27’ (8 metres) increasing to 67’(20 metres) on the rear boundary.
In all the ‘L’ shaped plot extends to over One Third of an Acre (0.144 hectares).
ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING –E42.