- Extended three bedroomed semi-detached house
- Utility room and cloakroom
- Living room with wood burning stove
- Hardstanding for two vehicles
- Superb kitchen/breakfast room
- Super rear aspect outlook over allotments
- Within striking distance of Reading Station
- Good decorative order throughout
Situated in a popular residential crescent and backing onto allotments is this extended three bedroomed semi-detached house benefiting from bright, spacious and well planned accommodation including a stunning kitchen/dining room, a utility room and a ground floor cloakroom. The living room is a good size and benefits from a wood burning stove and the dining room is also of generous proportion. The first floor landing gives access to all three bedrooms, a well appointed bathroom and access to a substantial loft space with the potential to convert into further living space if desired. Outside, the front of the property is laid to a brick paver driveway affording parking for two vehicles. The rear garden is a super feature approaching 70ft in depth, enjoys a high degree of privacy and a lovely open aspect to the rear. A full width decked terrace leads to a well tended expanse of lawn skirted by established shrubs bushes and trees. Mayfield Drive is within striking distance of Reading Mainline Railway Station, the Town Centre and is within the school catchment area for the excellent Micklands Primary School and the much admired Highdown Academy and Sixth Form College. An early viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate this lovely home.
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