OIEO £725,000 - Sold


  • Substantial four bedroomed home
  • En-suite to master bedroom
  • Hardstanding for several vehicles
  • 70ft private garden
  • Stunning kitchen/family room
  • Further en-suite to bedroom two
  • Immaculate throughout
  • Sought after location

Situated in this sought after and established road a stone's throw from the village centre is this beautifully presented four bedroomed semi-detached character home having been extended to provide substantial and well planned accommodation over three levels including a stunning kitchen/breakfast/family room plus an additional two reception rooms, a beautifully appointed en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom and a further en-suite to bedroom two. The kitchen area was designed and installed by kitchen company of repute, James Mayor and features a range of hand painted base and eye level units with granite work surfaces and integrated Neff appliances. Much of the ground floor enjoys underfloor heating and full width bi-fold doors lead to the garden and sun terrace. Outside, the front garden affords parking for several vehicles whilst the rear garden approaches 70ft in depth and enjoys a high degree of privacy. Sonning Common is a popular village offering a host of facilities and is within the catchment area for excellent schools. Both Reading and Henley centres are easily accessible and wonderful South Oxfordshire countryside is a short walk away.

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