- Vastly extended four bedroom character home
- Excellent decorative order throughout
- Sought after and established location
- Within striking distance of Reading station
- Versatile accommodation over three floors
- Beautiful 80ft rear garden
- Highly regarded local schooling
- A short walk from central Caversham
Bridges are delighted to bring to the market this classic Haddock built semi-detached house having been vastly extended to provide bright, spacious and well planned accommodation over three floors. A generously proportioned entrance hall leads to the living with a feature fireplace, the dining room and a stunning kitchen/breakfast/family room beyond with bi-folding doors leading to the garden. Furthermore, there is a ground floor cloakroom. The first floor landing with a staircase rising to the second floor leads to two good sized double bedrooms, a single bedroom and the bathroom and separate WC. Bedroom four is again, a good sized double and gives access to plenty of eaves storage space. The grounds are a particular feature with the frontage being established and affording parking for several vehicles leading to the garage. The rear garden is another superb feature enjoying a high degree of privacy and approaching 80ft in depth. A full width decked terrace leads to a well tended expanse of lawn skirted by mature shrubbery and trees. Peppard Road is a sought after and established setting a short walk from the centre of Caversham and within striking distance of Reading mainline railway station. The local schooling for all ages groups is highly regarded and beautiful Balmore Park is moments away. An early viewing is highly recommended by the vendors sole agent.
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