IMHO it is worth it paying the $700 to get a L2 charger like the Siemens Versicharge https://www.amazon.com/Siemens-VC30GRYHW-Versicharge-hardwired-installation/dp/B00MFVI8UG/
into your garage and be able to refill in 3.5 hours, also because charging with 208V is significantly (30%?) more efficient than charging with 110V, meaning you will waste electricity by charging with 110V.
Also consider a lease because technology advances so fast, this year Tesla comes out with their Model 3, and also look at the GM Bolt. Both are drastically different cars than the eGolf, which may or may not be ruling them out for you, but neither are much more expensive than the eGolf. The newer electric cars have twice the range of a 2017 eGolf.
That said, I love our 2015 eGolf, been a great car. We put 20,000 miles on it in two years and made me feel that I never would want to go back to a gas car ever again.
Normally I would say 'yes' but the Siemens has problems with the EGolf (see other posts)
I use a cheap Leviton I got from Home Depot for $449. (20' cable)
Others here use the Juicebox 40A which goes for about $499 (24' cable)
You can deduct from your taxes the install costs to wire it, and PLEASE get professional wiring if you aren't an electrician. (You don't want a fire in the middle of the night because you used the wrong gauge wire) that should run you about $200-300 depending on the complexity.