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An attractive and well proportioned semi-detached 1930s bow fronted family house located in this most popular of town locations. The ground floor consists of a spacious double reception room which extends from front to back, being a lovely light room with patio doors overlooking the garden to the rear and a bow window to the front. There is an open fireplace which serves as a focal point and stripped floorboards. The kitchen/breakfast room has been recently refitted in a light contemporary style with ample space for informal dining. There is access from the kitchen to the garage, which provides a utility area and storage. A downstairs WC completes the ground floor accommodation.
The first floor boasts a large master bedroom with ensuite bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms plus a small fourth bedroom/study which are served by the family bathroom with a large walk in shower. Additionally, there is an excellent loft room/studio which has good natural light, with velux windows and which is currently accessed via a ladder. Potentially this could convert into additional bedroom accommodation (subject to necessary consents).
Newbury offers a wide and growing array of shops and restaurants to include the new Park Way shopping complex. The town is dissected by the Kennet and Avon canal offering lovely walking and also offers a great day out at the Newbury Racecourse. The town offers mainline rail access to London Paddington and good road links to include the M4 and A34. Croft Road is within a much sought after area, not least due to the excellent selection of local schools including primary and secondary (St. Bartholomew's).
To the front of the property is a pretty garden and driveway parking in front of the garage. The delightful garden to the rear is largely laid to lawn, facing a southerly direction and is an enviable size with many areas of interest including a dining terrace and kitchen garden. The garden is well stocked with a wonderful array of shrubs and plants, including a bramley apple tree and offers a good degree of seclusion.
Mains electricity, water and drainage. Gas central heating.
West Berkshire Council - Band E
Double Reception Room
Master Bedroom with Ensuite
3 Further Bedrooms
South-Facing Rear Garden
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate