This four-bedroom town house is positioned in arguably one of the most desirable roads on Jennett’s Park given the stunning green space around which the houses in the crescent have been built. It is also one of the rare spots on the development where each property has its own allocated parking spaces yet there is an extremely generous amount of visitor parking.
The country park is within very easy reach and residents also benefit from being within walking distance of the local school and supermarket.
Built by Charles Church and arranged over three floors, both the living and sleep accommodation is very well proportioned. On the ground floor there is a downstairs cloakroom opposite which, the kitchen can be found. In here, there is ample space for storage thanks to an array of well-designed cabinetry. There is also room for a washing machine and dishwasher whilst the electric oven and gas hob are integrated. The current owner has a large American fridge freezer in this room, and it has been known in other properties of this design for there to be a breakfast bar installed too.
The living dining room is positioned at the back of the house and is generous in size. There is a large understairs storage cupboard and a door out on to the landscaped garden.
Upstairs on the first floor, there is a large double bedroom to the rear of the property which spans the entire width of the house. To the front of the house there are too single rooms, the third has space for a large wardrobe and single bed and the fourth is the study.
One of the main attractions to this home is the master suite which occupies the whole of the top floor. This is a huge space which already has a large built-in wardrobe and dressing area but also allows space for a substantial amount of further furniture if required. The room is complemented by an en suite shower room.
Outside, the rear garden has been landscaped to create a low maintenance space thanks to the addition of artificial grass and a storage shed. This is the perfect spot for children to play or to enjoy hosting friends for a BBQ in the summer months. From here, there is direct access via a gate to the parking area where this property has its own car port and additional designated parking spaces. The owners have recently had another large shed built within the car port providing even further storage possibilities.
Jennett’s Park sits almost equidistant from both Bracknell and Wokingham town centres and there is incredibly easy access to the A329m and M4 as well as a bus service providing a direct route to Bracknell train station.