An attractive 4 bedroom detached with a brick and flint façade, presented in superb order throughout with updated kitchen and bathroom suites, and plantation shutters to the majority of the principle rooms.
A recessed porch leads into an entrance hall with cloakroom and stairs to the first floor with storage cupboard under. The front aspect living room has oak flooring and a real-flame gas fire. A pair of multi-pane glazed doors leads through to the dining room, again with oak flooring and a connecting door leading into the kitchen. The kitchen has been recently re-fitted with white gloss, flush fronted cabinets with a contrasting laminate work tops, metro tile splashbacks and under cupboard downlighters. Integrated appliances include a Neff electric oven, induction hob with an extractor hood over, and dishwasher. There is also space to accommodate a full-height fridge/freezer and a door leading out to the side pedestrian passage. From the dining room, a pair of doors lead into a full width conservatory with glazed roof, tiled floor, wall mounted heater and double doors open out into the rear garden.
Upstairs there is a naturally lit landing with airing cupboard and 4 bedrooms, the master with and en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes, the latter also featuring in the second bedroom. The family bathroom has also been updated with a contemporary suite with a side-fill bath with Aqualisa shower and glass shower screen over, pedestal wash band basin with mixer tap and low-level w.c. It also has fully tiled walls and floor and a radiator.
Outside to the front is a detached garage with electric roller door to the front and a pedestrian door to the side with power and light and loft storage space internally. The driveway is brick paved and provides parking for 2 further cars and a planted flower bed runs down the side of the house. A gated pedestrian access leads to the rear gardens which feature a mixture of hard and soft landscaping with a broad paved terrace across the rear of the house and around to a space tool shed. The flower boarders have been edged with brick detail and covered with slate to provide a modern look whilst reducing maintenance. The garden enjoys a westerly aspect and is enclosed with 6' close board fencing providing good privacy.
Mains connected gas, electric, water and drainage
Energy Performance Certificate:
EPC Band: D (66)
Situated on this popular development built just over 20 years ago within level walking distance of Charvil Piggott primary school. Charvil also boasts a village hall public house, post office and general store and a recreation park and access to the neighbouring countryside and nature reserve. Twyford village centre is approximately 1-mile distance offering a choice of local shops and services, as well as an excellent Waitrose supermarket with large car park adjacent. The main line train station at Twyford offers regular services to London Paddington and to the Reading Hub with its connections to the South coast, West Country and Wales and the West Coast Mainline. Reading town centre is approximately 6 miles distance offering a superb choice of shopping and entertainment including the Oracle shopping centre and Riverside walk with many health and sport clubs located in around the town. Other local schools in the area include Sonning C of E Primary, Polehampton Infant and Junior is Twyford, Robert Piggott Academy in Wargrave as well Reading Blue Coats at Sonning, Queen Anne's in Caversham and Kendrick and The Abbey in Reading.
From our offices in Twyford, proceed to the central traffic lights and turn right into High Street. Continue out of the village and through the S-Bends onto the Old Bath Road into Charvil. On reaching the mini-roundabout turn left into Park Lane and the at the next roundabout take the first exit into East Park Farm Drive. Drop down to the T-Junction and turn left following the road round the development where the property can be found on the right hand side.