Price £875,000 - Available


  • Substantial four bedroomed detached family home
  • Sought after location close to the village centre
  • Excellent decorative order throughout
  • Walking distance from beautiful countryside
  • Superb quarter acre grounds
  • Extensive parking and garaging
  • Potential to create a self contained annex
  • Conveniently placed for Reading Railway Station

Situated in a sought after road within a short walk of the bustling village centre is this substantial four bedroomed detached property enjoying private, established grounds of one quarter acre. This fabulous family home offers bright, spacious and well planned accommodation including a 23ft living room, a superb 24ft kitchen/dining room, a family room, a large study/sitting room and a recently installed cloakroom. All four bedrooms are doubles with the master benefiting from an en-suite and furthermore, their is a shower room in addition to the family bathroom. Outside, the immaculate grounds are approached via a brick pavour driveway affording parking for several vehicles leading to substantial garaging. The rear garden is a magnificent feature of the property with a well tended expanse of lawn skirted by mature trees and a established shrub beds. Their is the potential to convert the garaging into a self contained annex as desired. Sonning Common is a popular South Oxfordshire Village boasting a selection of excellent shops and amenities including well regarded GP and veterinary practices whilst the local schooling is fantastic for all age groups. Reading and Henley on Thames Centres are within striking distance as is picturesque countryside walks.

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