This Three Bedroom Home has the benefit of a garage and parking, lounge, kitchen dining room, conservatory, three bedrooms, bathroom and gardens.
Front garden with pathway leading to front door giving access to the entrance hall. Entrance hall with storage cupboard. Kitchen / Dining Room with a range of wall and base level units, space for dining table, plumbing for washing machine, door to conservatory. Conservatory with doors to rear garden. The lounge has stairs leading to the first floor and a window overlooking rear garden. On the first floor there is a landing with storage cupboard, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with patio area, flower and shrub boarders. Rear access gate with pathway leading the the garage & parking.
The village of Woodcote, which lies just off the Reading to Oxford Road, is situated in an area of â€˜Outstanding Natural Beautyâ€™ surrounded by the scenic countryside of the Chilterns, with extensive beech woodlands and undulating fields. The village is some 500â€™ (160 metres) above sea level and there are glorious far-reaching views from several parts of the village. Originally a small community based on farming and the countryside, Woodcote has grown substantially, especially during the 1960s and 1970s, is now a thriving village with a good range of local amenities including supermarket, public house, modern health centre and excellent education facilities with a toddler playgroup, and primary and secondary schools.
Woodcote has good road communications with easy access for Reading, Henley, Oxford and the M40 and M4 networks. For rail commuters there are mainline stations locally at Pangbourne and Goring on Thames, as well as Reading, all providing fast services up to London (Paddington).
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