The agent's view... - These are the types of houses that will probably never been built again. One bedroom house, with a fair size garden, addition of a conservatory with a solid roof and two off street parking spaces to the front of the house. Glebe Park was built in the 1990's and adjoins Cantley Park, a huge public facility enjoyed by a huge proportion of the town and it is a real privilege to live within two minutes walk of the park. Inside the house the bathroom has been recently replaced, the kitchen has been expanded, heating system upgraded and a solid roof has been added to the conservatory so it is a usable reception space year round. Outside the garden is absolute low maintenance with artificial lawn, patio area, fencing to all sides and rear access.
The seller's view... - As my first home, I enjoyed many years living in this modern and quiet estate. Access to the park is about 200m away is a great bonus. In recent years the property has been a great rental for us, always attracting lovely tenants very quickly who have stayed on for good terms.
The area view... - Glebe Park has a little bit of everything. Walking access to Cantley Park, which is home to Wokingham theatre, tennis and hockey clubs, pathway from the top of the development into town via Glebelands Road and Waitrose. The development is a mix of households from one bedroom terrace to larger 4/5 bedroom detached homes. There are no through routes so the development is always quiet for traffic.
Based on a sale price of £260,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
Last updated: The calculators have been updated following the introduction of a stamp duty holiday until 31st March 2021.
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.
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