Price £525,000 - Sold

  • Four bedroomed extended semi-detached house
  • Beautiful grounds
  • Immaculate decorative order
  • Sought after village location
  • Spacious and versatile accommodation
  • Parking for several vehicles
  • Excellent local schools
  • Convenient for Reading Mainline Railway Station

Situated in this sought after and established road within the heart of the village is this extended, four bedroomed semi-detached house offering bright, spacious and versatile accommodation and is presented in truly immaculate decorative order throughout. The entrance hall gives access to both reception rooms and bedroom four with the dining room opening into a recently installed kitchen with patio doors leading to the garden. A particular feature of the property is the generously proportioned ground floor bedroom benefiting from a walk in wet room with the potential for this room to be used for other purposes if desired. Outside, the frontage approaches 60ft in depth and affords parking for several vehicles. The rear garden is a magnificent feature of the property approaching 100ft in depth enjoying a high degree of privacy and a sunny aspect. A paved terrace leads to a well tended expanse of lawn which is skirted by established flower and shrub beds and mature trees. Furthermore, there is a multi-purpose out building with light and power. Sonning Common is a popular village offering a host of amenities and excellent schools for all age groups. Both Reading and Henley On Thames centres are within striking distance as is Reading Mainline Railway Station.

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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