- Superb and rarely available town house
- Sought after and peaceful location
- Within striking distance of Reading mainline railway station
- Excellent decorative order throughout
- Versatile three storey accommodation
- Ofsted outstanding schooling
- A few minutes walk from central Caversham
- Many recent improvements
The property to be sold is a superb three/four bedroom town house offering bright, spacious and well planned accommodation arranged over three floors and situated in a sought after and peaceful cul-de-sac a short walk from bustling Caversham centre. Furthermore, the property is within the catchment area for the Ofsted outstanding Caversham Primary School. The accommodation includes a generously proportioned living room and a well appointed kitchen/dining room on the first floor, two double bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor as well as access to a fully boarded loft space with power and velux windows. The ground floor accommodation comprises a family room/bedroom three, a study/bedroom 4, a utility room and a recently installed shower room. The rear garden is a super feature being well tended and enjoying a sunny southerly aspect whilst the frontage affords parking for two vehicles. The property has undergone much recent improvement in recent years and is presented in excellent decorative order throughout. Knighton Close is within striking distance of Reading mainline railway station, the town centre and is a few minutes walk from beautiful Balmore Park and the Hemdean Valley perfect for walking and outdoor pursuits. An early viewing is highly recommended by the vendors sole agent.
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