- Magnificent five bedroom former farmhouse
- Brimming with period character appeal
- Ofsted outstanding schooling
- Substantial 35ft attic and dry cellar
- Glorious south facing grounds
- Sought after established location
- Within striking distance of Reading station
- Close to beautiful South Oxon countryside
An outstanding opportunity to purchase this unique Victorian former farmhouse dating back c1890 steeped in local history and having been been lovingly restored by the present owner. This magnificent home is brimming with period character appeal, is presented in immaculate decorative order throughout and offers generous accommodation including a superb and recently installed kitchen/breakfast room, three reception rooms and a grand reception hall. Furthermore, there is a substantial 24ft dry cellar and a 35ft attic with the potential to convert into further living space subject to the usual planning consents being granted. A particular feature of the property are the beautiful and established private grounds enjoying a sunny southerly aspect and a high degree of privacy. A substantial' in and out' gravelled driveway affords parking for several vehicles whilst the rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn and skirted and interspersed by mature trees. Conisboro Avenue is within striking distance of Reading mainline station, the town centre and is a short distance from Caversham centre with its host of excellent restaurants and bars. All local amenities are close at hand including shops, parkland and Ofsted outstanding schooling. An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this stunning character home.
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