A 5 bedroom immaculately presented family home situated in the popular village of Bradfield Southend
4 Wellington Gardens was built in 1996 with a single storey extension added in 2004, over recent years the property has been fully modernised with
quality finishing throughout.
Downstairs, a large central entrance hall with cloak
room leads to the sitting room, family room and kitchen. The modern kitchen which has an island
and breakfast bar has been extended to create a dining area overlooking the garden. A separate utility room is located at the front of the kitchen with its own door to the outside. A large sitting room has triple aspect windows with wood burning
stove, theres also a family room which overlooks the garden.
Upstairs, the master bedroom has en suite shower
and built in wardrobes, there are 4 more bedrooms
and a family bathroom.
Outside, a paved driveway provides off road parking in front of the double garage. Theres an area of lawn at the front of the property overlooked by the sitting room. Side access leads to the rear garden with a recently laid terrace wrapping around the property.
The fully enclosed south west facing garden has a
lawn and a mixture of shrub borders.
NB. There is current planning permission for a
2 storey extension to the front. This formed part of
the original application which was granted in 2004.
4 Wellington Gardens is situated in the popular village of Bradfield Southend. The village is equidistant from Newbury and Reading, about 9 miles away. The M4 J12 is 4 miles away.
Newbury, Thatcham and Theale all have mainline
stations (Paddington line) and Crossrail services
from Reading are expected to start in the near
future with two Elizabeth line trains an hour (four
an hour at peak time) which will allow passengers
to travel right through central London without
having to change trains.
The village of Bradfield Southend offers a range
of activities and benefits from village hall and
playground, village store/Post Office, pub, cricket
ground, recreation ground and floodlit tennis
courts. The bordering village of Chapel Row has
a doctors surgery, pub and cafe. There are a wide
range of schools in the area, including Bradfield
Church of England Primary school (within walking
distance), Harriet House Montessori, Elstree,
St Andrews, Brockhurst & Marlston House, Cheam,
Bradfield College, Downe House and Pangbourne
• Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
• Superfast Broadband via Gigaclear is available
• Council tax Band G 2019/2020 £3,000.39
• West Berkshire Council
• RG7 6EJ