A two bedroom first floor maisonette with garden area to the rear and the benefit of a share of the freehold of the building, situated in this sought after area within a short walk of Twyford village centre and the main line train station. No onward chain.
A two bedroom first floor maisonette situated in this sought after road, within walking distance of Twyford mainline train station (Elizabeth Line) and village.
Stairs lead to the first floor landing and into the fitted kitchen with electric oven and hob with extractor hood, plumbing for laundry machines and space for a fridge/freezer and plenty of cupboards and worktop space.
The large living/dining room has a feature gas fire and south facing balcony.
The first bedroom to the front of the property is a double and has fitted wardrobes, the second bedroom is a single and also incorporates fitted wardrobes. The main bathroom has a bath with power shower, w.c. and wash hand basin.
The property also benefits from gas fired central heating, double glazed windows, laminate flooring throughout, good storage space and a sizeable loft space that could be converted into further living space (subject to obtaining usual consents).
There is private and enclosed rear garden with level lawn and timber shed.
Leasehold with share of freehold
999 years from 25th March 1960
25% share of freehold of 45-51 Springfield Park Ltd.
Contribution to block building insurance 2023 -£173.43
Contribution to accountants for dealing with Freehold company statutory requirements: £35.00 for 2023.
Energy Performance Certificate
EPC Band: C (73)
Mains connected gas, electric, water and drainage
Please note that internal and garden images are prior to current occupancy.
Situated in this sought after and well-established residential road, just a short walk from the mainline train station which offers regular services to London Paddington and to Reading with Crossrail (Elizabeth Line) services now up and running. Twyford village centre offers a variety of shops and amenities including Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets, post office, chemists, laundry and dry cleaning, library, churches as well as cafes, restaurants and public houses. Polehampton and Coleton schools are within walking distance with the Piggott Academy and Sixth from being about 1.5 miles distance.
For those with sporting interests, Twyford has a gym, cycle café, bowls, football, cricket, and snooker clubs. Golf, hockey, rugby clubs nearby and numerous footpaths and trails enabling exploration of the surrounding countryside.
Reading town centre is about 15 minutes drive (approximately 7 minutes by train) offering a huge choice of shopping and entertainment facilities as well as being home to a number of international corporations based on a number of business parks situated in and around the town.
Other notable places in the area are the Lexicon at Bracknell, Woodley Precinct, Wokingham town centre, and the historic market town of Henley on Thames.
From our office on the Wargrave Road in the centre of Twyford village, take the left-hand turn at the traffic lights onto the London Road. Proceed through the high street and take the 2nd turning on the right-hand side into Springfield Park. Follow the road up and past the green and follow the road round to the left where the property can be found on the left-hand side.