Price £995,000 - New Instruction

  • Magnificent Grade II listed character home
  • Extensive and private grounds
  • Double garage
  • Minutes from bustling Caversham centre.
  • Brimming with period character appeal
  • Within striking distance of Reading mainline railway station
  • Beautifully presented 4 storey accommodation

Bridges are delighted to bring to the market Banksfoot, a magnificent Grade II listed house steeped in local history dating back c1710. The property has been sympathetically upgraded and refurbished by the present owners to provide beautifully presented and versatile six bedroomed accommodation over four levels whilst retaining virtually all of its original character appeal including exposed beams and fireplaces. Particular features of the property include a generously proportioned sitting room with a stunning inglenook fireplace and a lovely dining room again, with an inglenook fireplace offering space for a large table and chairs. The grand reception hall is highly impressive and also leads to the basement room currently used as a cinema whilst the kitchen is brand new. Outside, the property enjoys extensive grounds to the rear which are predominantly laid to lawn and benefit from a high degree of privacy. The front garden is established with a driveway to the side affording parking for two vehicles leading to the double garage. This wonderful home is positioned opposite historic Caversham Court Gardens and the RiverThames with views enjoyed from the upper levels of the house. Bustling Caversham centre is a short walk with Reading town centre and mainline railway station being within striking distance. An early viewing is strongly recommended by the vendors sole agent. NO CHAIN!

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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