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Plough Lane, Wokingham£345,000Available
A modern terraced, three bedroom family home, in a established residential road with the benefit of an approximately 100 rear garden.

Competitively priced - an early sale desired - offers considered
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  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Reception
  • 1 Bathroom
Plough Lane is a mature and established residential road on the eastern outskirts of the town conveniently located for access to the motorway network at Coppid Beech roundabout. Wokingham town centre is a little over a mile distant. A modern terraced property believed to have been built in the 1970’s and one of three in a block in this attractive and established road.

The accommodation comprises:
On the First Floor:
Bedroom 1: with radiator, built-in wardrobe with PIR light.
Bedroom 2: with radiator.
Bedroom 3: with radiator, access to roof space.
Bathroom: recently refitted, modern white suite of panelled bath with separate shower over both are controlled digitally, concertina glazed shower screen, vanity wash hand basin with cupboards beneath, concealed flush W.C., ladder style radiator, fully tiled walls, extractor fan. Landing: with fitted storage cupboard.

On the Ground Floor:
Entrance Porch: with exterior PIR light, wood block flooring, leading to:
Open Plan Lounge/Dining Room:
Lounge Area: with radiator, understairs cupboard, wood block flooring.
Dining Area: with radiator, wood block flooring. double glazed double doors leading to patio and rear gardens.
Kitchen: well fitted with an acrylic dual bowl sink unit with mixer tap, space and plumbing for washing machine, roll edged work surfaces with a range of drawers and cupboards beneath, plumbing and space for dishwasher, complementary range of wall mounted storage cupboards, floor to ceiling broom cupboard, space for cooker with extractor hood over, wall mounted Worcester gas fired boiler serving central heating and hot water supply.

The Gardens:
To the front property is a brick paviour forecourt parking. There is a driveway to the side of the terrace which leads to a small block of garages serving the properties and an additional parking space. The block has been refurbished recently with the removal of the existing flat roof and replacement with a pitched roof, which provides excellent eaves storage. The rear gardens are a particular feature being quiet secluded and have a depth of about 100’ with a good sized patio leading to an expanse of lawn and to the garage. Timber garden shed