- Prime Residential Area
- Open Plan Kitchen / Family Room
- Short Walk to Station & Town
- Beautifully Renovated Throughout
- No-through Private Road
- Bifold doors
- Automated Garage
- Period Features
- Ultrafast Broadband Availability
We would be hard-pressed to find a more idyllic home for raising a family, and this is an exciting find for those seeking beautiful space, quality finish, and prime location.
Set in a quiet private road, this family home has been extended and renovated with impeccable taste and attention to detail. Very much in the heart of Wokingham, Park Avenue is super-convenient for the station, and there’s a footpath to the market, parks, shops, bars and eateries.
Highlights include the ‘dream’ open plan living and kitchen, luxurious bathrooms, ample parking, a large (c 150’ garden), and generous room sizes.
With a striking galleried landing, five double bedrooms, three bathrooms and three reception rooms, there is plenty of space for family life and entertaining.
In keeping with its blend of classic and modern décor, this Park Avenue property retains its period feel, yet will spoil the new owners with its modern features. Luxuries include underfloor heating (utility, bathrooms, kitchen, dining and snug areas), bi-fold doors, Megaflow water tank, water softener, and a stunning roof lantern. Classic twists include roll-top bath, cold-store / pantry, real fire-places, period doors and Belfast sink. It’s also fitted with a security system, electric garage door, craftsmen-built wardrobes, and bespoke window shutters.
The current owners have invested heavily in detail, styling and architecture to create this wonderful family home.
Although proximity to the station may be a strong appeal, there's a nearby footpath leading to the unique and vibrant town of Wokingham.
Wokingham frequently appears on league tables of the Best Places to Live in the UK, and has just benefitted from a £270m regeneration investment. Locals enjoy a wide range of pubs, eateries and coffee shops including Gail's Bakery, Nando's, Costa, Caffè Nero and Pizza Express. There are plenty of independent restaurants, wine bars, and even a gin bar in the new Peach Place. For groceries Wokingham has a large Waitrose, Aldi and Tesco. There is a selection of clothing retailers including Mountain Warehouse, Oliver Bonas, Sweaty Betty and Edinburgh Woollen Mill, but also boutiques such as Purple Butterfly & Mimis.. Leisure facilities include gyms, a newly-opened public swimming pool, parks, a library, bowling alley and 360 Escape Rooms. There's also an Everyman 'boutique' cinema the Elms Field development and the town hosts music festivals, carnivals and seasonal town events.
By road, Wokingham is well-connected for the M3 and M4, and for High Street retail shopping both Bracknell and Reading are within easy reach (including by bus). Trains arrive in London Waterloo in just over an hour, and there is a direct line to Gatwick airport.
Wokingham is known for its excellent choice of schools for all ages, and this home falls within catchment of some of the best-rated primary and secondary schools.
Please note that the current owners have fully refurbished this home, so many improvements have been made since the Energy Performance Certificate was issued in 2016. More details available on request.
To arrange a viewing, or ask any questions, please contact Nick or Teresa at Quarters Estate Agents, Wokingham.
Council Tax Band: F (Wokingham Borough Council)