Price £347,500 - New Instruction

  • Three bedroomed town house
  • Sought After School Catchment
  • Newly Fitted Bathroom
  • Close To Village Centre
  • Excellent Condition Throughout
  • Stylish Modern Kitchen
  • External Gym/Office/Workshop
  • Conveniently placed for Reading and Henley

Situated within this popular crescent close to the centre of the village is this three bedroomed town house having undergone much improvement in recent years and presented in excellent decorative order throughout. An entrance porch leads to a bright, spacious and cosy living room enjoying a modern electric fire with various light effect settings and in turn, leads to a newly fitted and generously proportioned kitchen/dining room with integrated appliances. Both bedrooms one and two are good sized doubles with the bathroom being recently fitted and well appointed. The garden is well tended and private and leads to the garage which has been separated to provide and area for a gym or workshop. This area includes light, power, insulated walls ceiling and floor, laminate flooring and double glazed window and door. The remaining area also has light and power and could be used for storage. There is vehicular access to the rear. Sonning Common is a sought after village benefiting from a host of facilities including shops, restaurants and excellent schooling. Both Reading and Henley on Thames are within striking distance as are all major routes out of the village including the M40 motorway.

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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