Hargam House is situated to the south of Wokingham town centre set back from the road on a plot which is approaching ½ an acre.
Originally built in the 1930's, the house has been sympathetically extended and reformed retaining some period features commensurate to its age which have been skilfully blended with the facilities desired to facilitate the needs of the modern family.
It doesn't take an expert to recognise the quality and craftmanship which is clearly displayed throughout the house from the oak doors framed with matching skirtings and architraves, to the contemporary bathrooms and en-suites and fully equipped shaker style kitchen finished with granite work surfaces. The house benefits from high quality double glazing throughout and storage has been carefully considered and incorporated at every opportunity.
There is a large gravelled driveway providing extensive off road parking with mature trees and shrubs providing a screen to the front of the property. There is a wide access at the side of the house which leads to the rear gardens.
An outstanding feature of the property is the substantial rear garden which whilst large has been designed to keep maintenance to a minimum.
The extensive lawns are edged with established flower and shrub beds, there is a full width paved patio area for entertaining and the whole garden is enclosed with secure fencing.
Finchampstead is a popular village to the south of Wokingham, National Trust woodland and country walks are literally on the doorstep and there is a range of shops for everyday provisions, restaurants, local pubs, doctors and dentists close at hand.
The desirable Market Town of Wokingham which has undergone a complete regeneration and now provides a fabulous range of shops, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, supermarkets and even a boutique cinema, bowling alley and new leisure centre due to be completed shortly all of which will provide for a lively thriving town centre and is about 3 miles away.
The mainline railway station at Wokingham serves Waterloo, Guildford, Gatwick Airport and beyond. A 20 minute journey by car delivers you to Twyford Station which is on the shortly to open Elizabeth Line providing speedy links to Central London.
Both the M4 and M3 motorways are nearby and provide convenient access to Heathrow and Gatwick Airports, London and the countries motorway network.
There are a number of renowned schools close at hand which include, Ludgrove, Reddam House, Holme Grange, Luckley House, Wellington College and Bohunt.
A wealth of exceptional leisure amenities lie close at hand which include health spas, golf courses, leisure centres and horse racing at Ascot.