An extended detached, family house, presented in excellent order throughout offering spacious, flexible accommodation. Entering via a canopied porch into a large entrance hall with guest cloak room, a turning stair case to the first floor and doors leading through the principle ground floor accommodation. The kitchen is fitted out in cream, hand painted cabinets with contrasting black granite works surfaces including a breakfast bar. The kitchen also features a two door, gas fired Aga as well as a separate electric oven and ceramic hob with extractor hood over. The kitchen is open plan to a generous dining area with French doors leading out into the garden as well as double doors connecting to the living room. The living room features open 'Jetmaster' fire place with timber mantle and granite hearth, a pair of French doors to the garden as well as a connecting door to the study /play room. Half of the original integral garage has been converted into a large utility room with fitted storage cabinets and works surfaces, a large stainless-steel sink, cupboards housing space and plumbing for laundry machines and a door to the single garage. On the first floor are 4 bedrooms, the master having an en-suite bathroom with shower over the bath and a connecting door into the fourth bedroom, creating the possibility of using this as a dressing room. The family bathroom has been re-fitted with a white suite including a separate shower cubicle, a stylish basin with vanity unit below and tiled walls and floor. There is ladder access to a sizeable loft space with rear facing dormer window offering scope for possible conversion to additional accommodation.
Outside to the front is a tarmac driveway leading to the single garage providing parking for 2 3 cars plus a shaped area of lawn planted with trees and shrubs to the edge. The rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and features a wide paved terrace edged by a dwarf wall, stepping down to an area of decking and then on to the lawn below, all enclosed with timber fencing behind a variety of hedges and trees, creating a high degree of privacy.
Other notable features include gas fired central heating and double glazing throughout.
Energy Performance Certificate
Band D - 57
Mains connected gas, electric, water and drainage.
The property is situated in a small cul-de-sac of just 10 similar properties, in the centre of Wargrave village, and within a short walk from the local shops, schools and train station. Wargrave village offers highly regardeddoctors' surgery, dental surgery, infant, junior and secondary schools, as well as several sports clubs and facilities including, tennis, bowls, cricket and football, with Hennerton Golf club located about a mile north of the village. The historic market town of Henley on Thame is just 4 miles to the north accessible via train and bus links too, offering an excellent choice of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, plus a Theatre and a 3-screen cinema too.
Twyford village is located about 2 miles to the south of Wargrave (one stop on the train line from Wargrave) , its main line station offering regular services to London Paddington and to Reading, with Crossrail services schedule to commence in the latter part of 2019. Twyford also has an excellent Waitrose supermarket, along with many other local shops and amenities.
From our offices in the centre of Twyford, head north on the Wargrave Road and at the roundabout with the A4 Bath Road, take the second exit towards Wargrave and Henley on Thames. Continue into the village and on reaching the traffic lights turn right into School Lane. Continue up the road until you reach the right-hand bend and take the left turn into Dark Lane and then the first left into McCrae's walk. The property on the left towards the end.