5 bedroom detached house for sale
Spacious, substantial and something quite special.
Luckley View occupies a generous plot with an impressive driveway and beautiful gardens. This exceptional family home offers over 3,500 sq ft of versatile living space and provides the perfect blend of town and country lifestyle.
With a wonderfully grand entrance porch and large hallway with underfloor heating, the reception is both homely and effortlessly welcoming.
This style extends through the design of a wide, gentle staircase, and then to the spacious landing with light from its lovely balcony and French doors.
Keeping the roomy feel, the practical cloakroom’s vestibule will hide away the family’s coats, boots and everyday clutter.
The five reception rooms work to provide flexible space for all occasions and life-stages.
Most importantly for today’s household is the ‘family hub’ - this comprises the kitchen, of course, together with the family and garden rooms. Unlike fully open-plan kitchens, this versatile layout allows the creation of zones for family activities or - for parties and entertaining - the space can flow as one large reception area.
The garden room itself is perfect for casual mealtimes or morning coffee with the papers. A corner wood-burning stove creates mood and atmosphere for relaxing evenings, and the roof is designed to keep the room warm in the winter, and freshly cool in the summer.
The family room, currently used as a snug, could become a breakfast room or younger kids’ playroom. With underfloor heating and adjoining the garden room, this space is both full of light and pleasantly cosy.
The well-proportioned lounge features a beautiful bay window which overlooks the garden, and enjoys additional light from the two side windows which flank the stone fireplace and gas fire.
The dining room features an attractive bay window and steals extra light from the two side windows. It’s ample enough in size for hosting dinner parties and large family Christmases too.
For those working from home, the study is perfectly-placed for quiet focus, but not too far from the kettle or front door for visitors and deliveries.
For serious cooks, and those with busy mealtimes, the kitchen features several welcome surprises! Fitted with an integrated fan oven and a separate 6-burner Stoves range cooker, there are no compromises when it comes to entertaining.
The work-surfaces are extra deep for serious food preparation, and the stainless steel sink was fitted especially to take large pots, pans and racks.
The kitchen is equipped with an integrated dishwasher, microwave, water softener, integrated fridge, and space for the additional fridge/freezer. It also has a chimney extractor hood, plenty of storage and a useful dresser unit.
The utility room, which sits between the kitchen and integral garage, has a range of fitted units, stainless steel sink and a washing machine. With a door leading to the side passage this is the ideal space for laundry days and returning dog-walkers.
Each of Luckley View’s bedrooms has an individual feel, and even the smallest room can accommodate a double bed and furniture.
The Master Suite, with its calm tones, has pleasant views over the garden, with plenty of light from its set of three leaded-light windows. A range of fitted wardrobes is cleverly designed to create a discreet dressing area. The tiled en-suite bathroom includes a large walk-in shower, illuminated mirrored wall cabinets, and a full-sized bath.
The Guest Suite has a range of fitted wardrobes, features a deep display window sill, and has an en-suite with large shower enclosure, frosted window, white fitted units and sanitaryware.
Bedrooms Three and Four, both of a double size, are given character with eaves windows and views across the lawn. They each have plenty of room for wardrobes and bedroom cabinets.
Bedroom Five, which overlooks the front, could make a perfect children’s room with space for bunk and guest beds. It has built-in wardrobes and plenty of additional eaves storage for games and toys.
The main family bathroom is fitted with a classic white suite, chrome telephone-style bath taps, plenty of built-in storage, and a modern shower enclosure. This room is an ideal size for younger and older children, and has part-tiling, a large window and recessed ceiling lights.
Luckley View is well-equipped to cope with numerous storage needs, with a tank-heated linen cupboard, cloakroom with vestibule, double garage, two garden sheds, eaves storage and a substantial loft.
The mature and secluded rear garden has been beautifully landscaped and maintained over the years. The lawn stretches to the well-stocked borders where there’s a good variety of established trees and timber panel fencing.
The front lawn is well-stocked and tended, and the driveway’s turning circle is a wonderful stone-edge flower bed.
Parking is not a problem with room for two cars in the garage, two cars in front, and several more along the driveway.
Wokingham is known for its first-class education and high-performing schools. Independents include Luckley House, Ludgrove and Holme Grange Schools. Nearby Crowthorne offers Eagle House School and Wellington College.
There is a good choice of local state schools nearby, including Evendons Primary, St Teresa's Catholic Primary, Bohunt Secondary and The Holt Secondary. Nearby there are several good nurseries including Toad Hall Nursery and Waverley Prep and Nursery.
Leisure & Days Out
There are many country walks to be discovered, including Gorrick Woods, Luckley Path and Chapel Green. For horse-riding, there are a number of good local riding schools, including Santolina stables and Heathlands.
California Country Park is a short drive away, with its peaceful lakeside walks and cafe, and a fun playground and open lido in the summer months.
Nearby is the excellent Sand Martins Golf Club, and Luckley View is just a short drive away from East Berkshire Golf Club.
Positioned just one mile away from Wokingham station and town, the direct train links to Waterloo and Gatwick make it possible to leave the car at home for stress-free days out and city commutes.
Wokingham’s Historic Market Town
Wokingham town is around a 20-25 minute walk away, with a few nearer grocery and wine stores including a Tesco Extra, Lidl, Majestic Wine Warehouse and M&S Food.
Wokingham town has benefitted from a recent regeneration, with a pedestrian-friendly experience in the newly-opened Peach Place. High-end retailers Waterstones, Waitrose, Oliver Bonas, Gail’s bakery, Maythers and Toni & Guy are firm favourites. Wokingham has a good choice of excellent coffee shops, some of the oldest pubs, tempting eateries, a butcher, tailor, boutiques, jewellers, farmers’ market, library, pharmacies and a modern medical centre. Health facilities include several gyms, a public pool (undergoing investment) and sports & racquet clubs at Cantley Park. For nightlife, the newly-completed Elms Field hosts an Everyman Boutique Cinema which complements the bowling alley and various excellent bars and restaurants. For theatre-lovers, there is the Wokingham Theatre in Cantley Park, and the Whitty Theatre just a five minute stroll from Luckley View.
Wokingham frequently hosts music and food festivals, Christmas Fayres, May Fayres, Marathons, Bike-a-thons and Firework displays.
To arrange your viewing, please contact Nick or Teresa at Quarters Residential on 0118 466 0292
- 5 Double Bedrooms
- Ample Parking
- Walking Distance to Town
- Country Walks Nearby
- Double Automated Garage
- Underfloor Heating in Hall & Family Room
- Cloakroom Vestibule
- Balcony with French Doors
- Large & Mature Garden
- Superfast Broadband Area
Please note that while every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of these details, the measurements are approximate and the floorplans are for representation purposes only. The layout of doors, windows and rooms are approximate and should be regarded as such by any prospective purchaser. Any internal photographs are intended as a guide only and it should not be assumed that any of the furniture / fittings are included in any sale. Where shown, details of lease, ground rent and service charge are provided by the owner and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and further checks should be made through your solicitor during the conveyancing process. Where appliances, including central heating, are mentioned, it cannot be assumed that they are in working order, as they have not been tested. Please also note that wiring, plumbing and drains have not been checked.