OIEO £774,995 - Sold STC

  • Magnificent former coach house
  • Substantial and versatile accommodation
  • Brimming with character appeal
  • Excellent decorative order throughout
  • Extensive and elevated South facing grounds
  • Far reaching southerly views
  • A short walk from Caversham centre
  • Within striking distance of Reading station

Built in 1843 and steeped in local history is this four bedroomed detached former Victorian coach house retaining much of its original charm and character and enjoying magnificent and elevated south facing grounds. Our client has owned the property for the past 40 years and in this time, has extended it to provide bright, spacious and versatile accommodation including a superb 28ft dual aspect living room. In addition, the accommodation includes a generously proportioned dining room, a kitchen/breakfast room, a utility room and four double bedrooms on the first floor. Outside, the frontage approaches 60ft in depth and affords parking for several vehicles whilst the rear garden enjoys a deep and full width paved terrace perfect for entertaining and leading to a well tended lawn. Beyond is a highly productive shrub, flower and vegetable growing area with two out buildings with power. Henley Road is a short walk from bustling Caversham centre with its host of restaurants, bars and independent shops and with the River Thames Promenade being a short stroll. Reading mainline railway station is within striking distance as are all major routes out of town including M4, M3 and M40. An early viewing is highly recommended by the vendors sole agent to fully appreciate this wonderful family home.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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