Price £449,950 - Sold STC

  • Extended three bedroomed semi-detached home
  • 150" rear garden
  • Potential to extend subject to usual planning
  • Kidmore End Primary School catchment area
  • Large driveway
  • Sought after hamlet
  • Overlooking picturesque countryside
  • Striking distance of Reading Station

Overlooking picturesque South Oxfordshire countryside and enjoying a private, 150' rear garden is this extended, three bedroomed semi-detached home situated in this sought after hamlet within striking distance of both Caversham and Reading centres, Reading main line station and with the catchment area for Kidmore End Primary School. The property benefits from bright and spacious accommodation, including three double bedrooms, is presented in good decorative order and further benefits from a large driveway affording space for several cars and leading to the garage.

A spacious reception hall laid to woodblock flooring leads to the living room and the downstairs cloakroom in white. The living room is a good size benefiting from super countryside views and an open fireplace. The dining room is also a very good size with twin casement doors leading to the garden and a further door leading to the conservatory, of UPVC construction. The kitchen is a good size with a casement door to side.

A good sized landing gives access to all three double bedrooms, the bathroom and the loft space. Bedroom one enjoys magnificent views over South Oxfordshire countryside whilst bedrooms two and three overlook the garden. The bathroom has been recently installed in white, features an Aqualisa mains fed power shower and a fully tiled floor.

The front of the property affords parking for several vehicles leading to the garage with a lawned area to the side. The rear garden is a particular feature of the property approaching 150' in depth enjoying a sunny westerly aspect and a high degree of privacy. A paved terrace leads to a well-tended expanse of lawn skirted by established flower and shrub beds and mature trees.

Integral, with up and over door, light and power.

Living room: 23'1' x 12'1'
Dining room: 14'1' x 9'10'
Kitchen: 11' x 8'6'
Conservatory: 14'1' x 8'1'
Bedroom one: 12'3' x 11'3'
Bedroom two: 11'1' x 8'10'
Bedroom three: 10'11' x 8'7'

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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