- A beautifully presented three bedroom Victorian house
- Bright, spacious and well planned accommodation
- Bathroom and additional shower room
- Within striking distance of Reading station
- Brimming with period character appeal
- Sunny south facing and established garden
- Sought after location
- NO CHAIN!
Situated within the heart of sought after Caversham is this beautifully presented three bedroomed Victorian semi-detached house offering bright, spacious and well planned accommodation and is brimming with period character appeal. The reception hall gives access to two generously proportioned reception rooms both with feature fireplaces and with the living room enjoying a wood burning stove. The kitchen is well fitted and leads to a handy outer lobby with an overhead velux window. In turn, this leads to a shower room. The first floor landing with a large side aspect picture window leads to all three bedrooms and a well appointed and recently installed bathroom. The rear garden is a particular feature being established and benefiting from a sunny southerly aspect. A full width decked terrace leads to a gravelled area all skirted by mature shrubs and trees. Furthermore, there is a brick built shed and the potential to create vehicular rear access. Chester Street is just moments away from Cavershams many excellent restaurants, bars and independent shops and is furthermore, a short walk from the River Thames promenade. Reading mainline railway station is a fifteen minute walk as is the town centre, and all major routes out of town are easily accessible. An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this super character home and there is NO ONGOING CHAIN!.
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