£1,295,000
Acorn House, Wokingham
Chain-free
Just 1km walk to Wokingham town
Kitchen with gas hob, island, and utility room (not shown)
Living room and TV snug
Living room & conservatory opening to patio
South-facing & private garden
Large downstairs office or playroom
Under floor heating throughout downstairs
Middle landing
Master suite showing dressing area
Master dressing area
Master en-suite with bath and shower
Bedroom 2 with en-suite
En-suite shower
Bedroom 3 with views of garden
Family bathroom with shower and bathtub
Living room
Large garden (around 0.2 acres)
Bedroom 5 on top floor
Garden with large patio (not shown)
Full afternoon and evening sunshine!
    6 bedroom detached house for sale
     6 4 5
    302.1m2
     
     

    Features

    • Close to Town & Cantley Park
    • 6/7 Bedrooms
    • 0.2 Acre Plot
    • South-westerly Facing Garden
    • Dressing Room
    • Underfloor Heating throughout the Ground Floor
    • Water Softener
    • Security System (inc garage)
    • CAT 5e cable to all rooms
    Chain free. A super-spacious family home within a short walking-distance to the vibrant market town of Wokingham. Acorn House is also few hundred yards from the sought-after Holt School and is set between Joel Park & Cantley Park. This means nearby sports, walks, recreational space, a coffee shop, theatre and country hotel.

    Wokingham town, just over 1km walk away, has an array of independent bars, boutiques, restaurants & coffee shops. It also hosts a large Waitrose, Everyman cinema, open-air events, sports hub, swimming pool, bowling alley and mainline trains to Waterloo Reading & Gatwick.

    This individual home was a bespoke build by the current owners. Acorn House provides over 3,200 sq ft of easy living space, with large room-sizes, generous hall and landing, and a sizeable plot with a south-west facing garden.

    Set over three floors, it's wonderful to see how the layout of each room has been uniquely designed. The Principal Bedroom enjoys light from three windows (including a bay in the dressing area), and two of the top floor bedrooms bring quirky bonus space for dressing areas, homework desks and hobbies.

    The kitchen is fitted with classic oak Shaker-style units, a central breakfast bar and island, and space for an American fridge/freezer. The adjoining utility room is fitted with complementing units and inset sink.

    The L-shaped sitting room enjoys light from three windows and the conservatory, and features a wood and coal-burning stove. The layout is perfect for 'snug-style' evenings, or opening up for gathering and parties.

    There's an emphasis on natural light throughout this home, with double roof windows on one top floor bedroom and a natural light tunnel which brings daylight to the first floor landing.

    This home has underfloor heating on the ground floor, water softener, full security system, and CAT 5e cable to all rooms. The driveway provides parking for 3-4 cars, with additional garage parking.

    A Few Words from Quarters

    "Walking distance to town, capacious room-sizes, and the kind of garden you should fill with children, friends and garden parties! We struggle to think how any family could out-grow this home - all four bathrooms are very decent sizes, the bedrooms offer space for so much more than sleeping, and there's plenty of reception space for studying, TV and working from home.

    We particularly love the neutral decor, tasteful wooden floors, and clean lines of Acorn House - it's very easy to imagine how to fill this wonderful space!"

    Please contact Nick or Teresa at Quarters Estate Agents Wokingham for more details.




    In accordance with the Estate Agency Act 1979 we advise that the seller has links with Quarters.

    Council Tax Band: G (Wokingham Borough Council)
    Tenure: Freehold
    Reference: RS0119
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