An extended and stylishly appointed 4 bedroom detached house with a contemporary facade, situated in this sought after location within walking distance of the Polehampton infant and junior schools and about 1km from Robert Piggott secondary school.
This attractive, detached family home has been remodelled and stylishly updated, offering generously proportioned rooms throughout.
Approached through a deep recessed entrance into a bright entrance hall with oak flooring, with a guest cloakroom and storage cupboard tucked around to the left, stairs to the first floor and then doors to living and dining areas. The living room has a large front aspect window, with a central gas fire with marble hearth and slips and then multi-pane doors connecting to the dining and family room. The dining area is open to the recently fitted kitchen which is finished in matt Royal Blue fronted cabinets contrasting with cream, composite finished work surfaces. This theme continues to the central island unit, which incorporates a fridge and a breakfast bar down one side. There is an integrated dishwasher, inset, 1½ bowl sink unit and recesses for side-by-side Fridge/Freezer and a range cooker. A cupboard in the corner houses the gas fired boiler for the central heating and hot water. There is also a good size shelved larder cupboard and a utility room with space and plumbing for laundry machines.
The oak flooring continues up the stairs and into two of the four bedrooms. The main bedroom enjoys distant views across the Thames valley and has a luxury en-suite bathroom with a freestanding slipper bath, separate shower enclosure with sliding glass screens, vanity unit and sink, plus concealed cistern w.c. with attractive ceramic tiling. The guest room has an ensuite shower room with large shower enclosure, vanity sink and w.c.
The two further bedrooms share the family bathroom which also has a shower and screen over the bath. There is a good loft space accessed from the landing.
The integral garage has an electric roller shutter door and also houses a large pressurised hot water cylinder and water softener.
Outside to the front is a broad, brick paved driveway providing parking for 3 – 4 cars, leading to the integral garage, with a level lawn to one side planted with a couple of shrubs. A gated pedestrian access leads down one side to the rear garden. This enjoys a southerly aspect and has a paved terrace running the full width across the back of the house, with two sections of lawn, one set lower with deep and well stocked board to the rear and one side, planted with a variety of mature shrubs. A timber shed is tucked in one rear corner accessed via a paved pathway.
Mains connected gas, electric, water and drainage
Energy Performance Certificate: EPC band C (69)
Malvern Way is an established residential road with an open aspect overlooking the Thames Valley, located on the north side of Twyford village. The village centre offers a variety of shops and amenities including chemists, post office, laundry and dry-cleaners, several hair dressers and beauty parlours and Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets.
There are also a number of public houses, churches and the main line train station with regular services to London Paddington, Reading and a branch line to Henley on Thames via Wargrave and Shiplake. The Elizabeth Line (Crossrail is scheduled to start running in 2023).
Reading town centre with its Oracle Shopping Centre and excellent choice of entertainment facilities including the Hexagon Theatre and Reading football stadium is approximately 20 minutes’ drive.
With three local schools located within walking distance, bus routes serving the highly regarded independent schools are also access close by. These schools include, Reading Blue Coat in Sonning, Crosfields, St Joseph’s College and The Abbey, all in Reading.
From our offices close to the central traffic lights in the centre of Twyford village, head north on the Wargrave Road and on reaching the roundabout take the 3rd exit towards Maidenhead. Then immediately before the petrol station turn right into New Road Twyford. Follow the road and take the first turning left into Malvern Way. Continue around the road and the house is on the right.