Tucked away in a cul de sac on Kennet Heath sits this stunning four bedroom detached house with driveway Parking & Cinema Room. Viewing recommend.
The ground floor comprises the living room and the kitchen/ dining area. It has Wooden flooring all through the Living room and tiles through the rest of the kitchen/ dining area and passage. The property has an open plan kitchen with modernised storage, breakfast bar, and integrated appliances.
There is a separate utility area and additional storage available downstairs and a downstairs cloakroom.
The French doors from the living room open into the patio area in the garden which the current owners have been using as a sand pit area for kids but can be used as a dining area. Majority of the rear garden is laid with grass and bordered with decorative pebbles. There is a matured pear tree and a budding apple tree.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms with built in wardrobes. The master bedroom favors an additional en-suite which has been recently re-fitted. The master bathroom has also been completely modernized.
The property is placed in a cul-de-sac.
Comes with a Cinema room/ Garage and driveway parking. In addition there is off street parking available.
Added benefits of shopping and GP surgery within approx 0.1mile (Co-op, Lloyds Pharmacy, Fish and Chips, Burdwood Surgery etc) â€“ walkway available to reach main road, Thatcham station approx 0.3miles, kids Park and woodland walking area approx.0.3 miles), Spurcroft Primary school and Kennet school within approx. 0.6 miles and kids nursery within approx 0.1 miles, access to Kennet Leisure centre and many more. Commuting to and from Vodafone headquarters - V10 and V11 bus stops available within approx 0.1 mile walk able distance.
Viewing is largely recommended.
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