Price £965,000 - Sold

  • Stunning four-bedroomed semi-detached house
  • Generous master bedroom
  • Luxury family bathroom
  • Deep flagstone terrace leading to expanse of lawn
  • Beautiful kitchen/dining room with handmade units
  • Imaculate decorative order
  • Sunny southerly aspect rear garden with complete privacy
  • Self-contained annexe potential

Situated in this picturesque and sought after south Oxfordshire village is this truly stunning four-bedroomed semi-detached house benefiting from substantial and versatile accommodation including a 30' kitchen/dining room and presented in truly immaculate decorative order throughout. The property enjoys generous, private grounds overlooking and abutting beautiful countryside and includes a detached, multi-purpose, brick built annexe. Both Caversham and Reading centres and Reading mainline railway station are within striking distance as is the village of Sonning Common, offering a host of local amenities. Kidmore End Primary School is a short walk as is the popular New Inn public house, and super walks are on the doorstep. An early viewing will be essential to fully appreciate this lovely home.

A bright and generously proportioned reception hall with side aspect window and a deep cloaks cupboard gives access to the living room, the family room, and the study. Beyond the study is a door to the cloakroom, the boiler room, and furthermore, access to the stunning kitchen/dining room. The living room is a particular feature of the property with bi-fold doors leading to the garden and an open fireplace. The family room is laid to a flagstone floor and also enjoys an open fireplace whilst the study is a good size with access to the deep under stairs storage cupboard. The kitchen/dining room is fitted with an extensive range of handmade units with Corian work surfaces over and features a high quality range of German integrated appliances including a steam oven. Beyond the kitchen area is the dining room with space for a large table and chairs with overhead velux windows and bi-fold doors leading to the garden. Beyond the dining room is good sized utility room with access to the garden and the cloakroom is in white.

The landing gives access to all four bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom is a generous size, benefits from super countryside views and an en-suite shower room, whilst bedroom two is dual aspect and again, a good sized double. The family bathroom is luxuriously appointed and features an independent shower cubicle.

The property is entered via a five-bar gate and leads to a gravelled drive affording parking for several vehicles. The rear garden is a beautiful feature of the property enjoying a sunny southerly aspect and complete privacy. A deep flagstone terrace leads to an immaculate expanse of lawn skirted by established shrub beds and trees.

A particular feature of the property is a large out-building of cavity wall and tile construction offering multi-purpose usage. The building has light and power and had been designed, pre-wired and plumbed to incorporate a kitchen and bathroom.

A secure brick built storage shed forms part of the annexe, with light, and there is a further greenhouse.

Living room: 26'4' x 19' max
Family room: 14'10' x 11'6'
Study: 14'2' max x 12'10' max
Kitchen/dining room: 30'2' x 14'5'
Utility room: 14'5' x 6'
Master bedroom: 16' max x 11'10'
Bedroom two: 15' x 11'4'
Bedroom three: 9'9' x 8'6'
Bedroom four: 8'7' x 7'6'

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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