Located in Tokers Green this individual detached property has views over open countryside and is situated set back on a country lane in a quiet hamlet that offers great access to Reading and Henley on Thames. Accommodation includes a good sized hallway with handmade stairs to the first floor. There are two reception rooms and a modern stylish kitchen with a useful breakfast bar area. Further accommodation includes a garden room and downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs there are four bedrooms the main has a modern en suite, three further bedrooms, and a family bathroom which has a feature bath and separate shower. Features include wood flooring, a bay window to the front enjoying the views with and a good frontage from the road with a large gravelled area for parking. Presented in excellent order throughout.
At the front a gravelled area and fencing on all sides areas of lawn with shrub borders.
To the rear a large patio area ideal for BBQ's and a well-maintained garden that is mainly laid to lawn with a flower and shrub borders a well maintained Silver Birch tree. Garden shed and side gated access to the front and a door to the garage.
Tokers Green is a hamlet in South Oxfordshire approximately four miles north of Reading, Berkshire. Its village neighbours are Chazey Heath and Kidmore End. Tokers Green is a village of houses apart from a farm. It stretches on two roads, Tokers Green Lane and Rokeby Drive. With the M4 motorway close and the main train station at Reading (approximately 40 mins travel time to London Paddington).
Council tax band F
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