Price £539,950 - Sold

  • Beautifully presented character home
  • Three reception rooms
  • Private and sunny rear garden
  • Excellent local schooling
  • Three large bedrooms
  • Ground floor cloakroom
  • Many original features
  • Walking distance of the village centre

Situated in this sought after road within striking distance of the village centre is this beautifully presented semi-detached character home dating back to 1908 and retaining much of the original charm and character including many of the fireplaces. The property benefits from bright, spacious and well planned accommodation including three very good sized bedrooms, three reception rooms, a downstairs cloakroom, and a well fitted kitchen with integrated appliances. Furthermore, there is potential to convert the very large loft space into additional accommodation and extend to the side and to the rear of the property as desired. Outside, the front garden is well tended and with a driveway to the side affording hardstanding for several vehicles leading to the garage. The rear garden is a super feature of the property being 80ft in depth and very established, enjoying a high degree of privacy and a sunny southerly aspect. Sonning Common is a popular village with a host of amenities also benefiting from excellent schooling. Both Reading and Henley On Thames centres are easily accessible as is Reading Mainline Railway Station. An early viewing is highly recommended.

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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