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Waterloo Road, WokinghamGuide Price £260,000Available
Semi-DetachedNew Instruction 
Overlooking a Green less than two miles from Wokingham Town Centre and well placed for local shops and schools for all age groups. M4 access about one mile.

Off street parking for at least 5 cars and a double garage.

No Chain. Suitable for cash buyers.
Waterloo Road, Wokingham
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  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Receptions
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Auction
  • Close to the shops
  • Commanding Frontage
  • Detached Double Garage
  • Double glazed
  • Garden
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Good communication links
  • Lots of parking
Details

175 Waterloo Road Wokingham RG40 2JN

 

DESCRIPTION/LOCATION:  A semi-detached house on the south-eastern outskirts of Wokingham and in a predominantly residential area.  The house has been redecorated and with new carpets.  A number of the nearby houses have been improved and all have the benefit of overlooking a green.  The property is in an area with some expensive houses including the nearby roads of Priest Avenue, Rances Lane and Buckhurst Grove.  This house is ideal for owner occupation or as an investment.  It has been considerably improved by the owner – it should be noted they are retaining part of the garden in anticipation of obtaining planning permission for an additional dwelling.  The proposed plot has been fenced to the side and rear but is not fenced at the front.  There is a plan in the legal pack showing the extent of the property being sold.

 

There are some local shops in nearby Rances Lane and other local shops at the far end of Rances Lane on the London Road.  Wokingham Town Centre is about 1.5 miles with a good range of shops, cafes and restaurants.  The railway station offers train services on the Reading to Waterloo line and Guildford/Gatwick line.  Reading Station is one stop on the Gatwick service and offers the fast 125 service to London Paddington and shortly with include Crossrail.  Alternatively Crossrail will be available from Twyford Station – about 6 miles to the north.  The A329M is within about 1 mile and provides access to the M4 (J10) and via Bracknell to the M3 at Bagshot – about 7 miles.

 

ACCOMMODATION:  The accommodation briefly comprises (all dimensions are approximate):

 

On the First Floor:

Bedroom 1:  11’1 x 10’9  built-in wardrobes, radiator

Bedroom 2:  11’5 x 9’10  double wardrobe, radiator

Bedroom 3:  8’6 reducing to 6’1 x 8’6  radiator

Bathroom:  with shower cubicle, wash basin

Separate WC:  radiator

Landing:  with window,cupboard housing hot water cylinder,

On the Ground Floor:

Entrance Hall:  radiator

Front Sitting Room:  13’10 x 13’4  coal effect gas fire, dado rail, radiator

Dining Room:  11’3 x 8’10 

Conservatory:  9’10 x 7’5  radiator, double doors to garden

Kitchen:  11’6 x 8’  range of wall mounted and floor units, Stoves 5-ring gas hob, Bosch washing machine, Worcester wall mounted gas fired boiler, shelved cupboard, door to side/rear garden

 

Outside:

The Gardens:  There is parking for at least 2 cars in front of the house.  There is pedestrian access beside the house to the rear garden which is approximately 54ft deep.  It is fenced and laid mainly to lawn with patio.

 

SERVICES:  All mains services are connected.  Gas fired central heating with radiators throughout.                EER:  D63

 

COUNCIL TAX:  The property is in the lowest council tax band, namely Band A.

 

TENURE:  Freehold with vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.

 

LOCAL AUTHORITY:  Wokingham Borough Council, Shute End, Wokingham RG40 1BN.  Telephone 0118 974 6000.

 

PLANNING:  Part of the garden is not being sold.  The new boundary is clearly fenced except at the front where there will be 2 car parking spaces.  There have been 2 recent planning applications on the retained land: one in 2016 and the second in 2017.  Planning application 2017 Reference 172027 was for the demolition of the existing garage and the construction of a detached house.  The planning application was refused, decision dated 30 August 2017.  That decision is now the subject of an appeal.