Price £629,950 - Sold STC

  • Substantial four bedroomed semi-detached house
  • Beautiful 90ft rear garden
  • Within striking distance of Reading Station
  • A short walk from Caversham Centre
  • Superb accommodation over three levels
  • Large garage and driveway for two cars
  • Magnificent far reaching southerly views

Situated in a sought after residential road within striking distance of Reading Mainline Railway Station is this substantial four bedroomed semi-detached house benefiting from bright and well planned accommodation of 2,200 sq ft arranged over three levels. On the ground floor, the accommodation includes a super kitchen/dining room with sliding patio doors leading to the garden. On the first floor, there is a generously proportioned living room enjoying a lovely elevated outlook over surrounding gardens. Furthermore, the spacious landing gives access to two double bedrooms, the bathroom and the shower room. The second floor accommodation comprises two large double bedrooms with bedroom one enjoying magnificent far reaching views. Outside, the frontage affords parking for two vehicle leading to the integral garage. The rear garden is a super feature approaching 90ft in depth, enjoys a high degree of privacy and a sunny southerly aspect with a raised sun terrace leading to a well maintained expanse of lawn skirted by mature trees and shrubs. St Anne's Road is a short walk from bustling Caversham Centre with its many excellent shops including Waitrose. Furthermore, there are several highly regarded, restaurants and bars and two excellent health and fitness clubs. An early viewing is highly recommended and there is NO ONGOING CHAIN.

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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