Price £1,095,000 - Available


  • Stunning five bedroomed detached Edwardian house
  • Exceptional open plan kitchen/family room
  • Sought after location
  • Retains much of its period character appeal
  • Substantial accommodation over three floors
  • Private south facing grounds
  • Ofsted outstanding school catchment area
  • Within striking distance of Reading Station

Bridges are delighted to offer for sale this five bedroomed Edwardian detached home offering substantial and versatile accommodation arranged over three floors. Particular features include a stunning kitchen/dining room leading to a cosy sitting room, a generously proportioned dual aspect living room with a wood burning stove and a superb principle bedroomed suite on the second floor. The family bathroom has been recently fitted with a high quality heritage suite and four of the five bedrooms are large doubles. This beautiful family home is presented in immaculate decorative order throughout and retains much of its character appeal. Outside, the grounds are private and enjoy a sunny southerly aspect. The frontage affords parking for several vehicles whilst the rear garden is a particular feature with a flagstone terrace leading to a well tended expanse of lawn. Another fantastic feature of the house is a recently constructed bespoke multi-purpose room measuring 19' 2" by 12'7". Conisboro Avenue is conveniently located for all local amenities and is within the catchment area for several Ofsted outstanding schools for all age groups. Both Caversham and Reading centres are within striking distance as is Reading mainline railway station and an early viewing is highly recommended.



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