Price £699,950 - Available


  • Spacious three bedroomed detached house
  • Excellent decorative order throughout
  • Sought after road
  • Excellent local schools
  • Magnificent, private grounds
  • Potential to extend as desired
  • Conveniently placed for the village centre
  • Within striking distance of Reading Station

Situated in a sought after road within walking distance of the village centre is this three bedroomed detached house occupying substantial, private grounds. The property currently benefits from bright, spacious and well planned accommodation and is presented in excellent decorative order throughout. There is however potential to extend the property as desired subject to usual planning consents. The grounds are a super feature of the property with the frontage approaching 60ft in depth, predominantly laid to lawn with a driveway affording space for several cars leading to the garage. The rear garden is a magnificent feature of the property enjoying extensive lawned areas interspersed with several mature trees and skirted by established shrub beds. Furthermore, there is a multi purpose studio/home office with light and power. Sonning Common is bustling South Oxfordshire village offering a host of amenities including excellent schools for all age groups two super markets and is within striking distance of both Reading and Henley on Thames town centres. An early viewing is highly recommended by the vendors sole agent.

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