Price £875,000 - Sold

  • Four bedroomed character home
  • Sought after village location
  • Popular school catchment area
  • Walking distance of all amenities
  • Magnificent, private grounds
  • Excellent condition throughout
  • Conveniently placed for Reading Station
  • Planning permission granted to vastly extend as desired

Situated in this sought after and quiet country lane within walking distance of the popular and bustling village centre is this four bedroomed detached character home enjoying magnificent private grounds and benefiting from planning permission to vastly extend and create a stunning five bedroomed open plan detached house. The property benefits from bright, spacious and well planned accommodation, is presented in excellent decorative order throughout and retains many of its original features including panelled doors and 1920s fireplace in the living room. The frontage is of generous proportion and affords parking for several vehicles whilst the rear garden measures 120ft x 50ft, enjoys a high degree of privacy and a sunny westerly aspect. Sonning Common is a South Oxfordshire Village offering a host of amenities including supermarkets, a health centre and a post office and furthermore, excellent schooling for children of all age groups. Reading Town Centre and Mainline Railway Station are within fifteen minutes drive as is Henley On Thames and all major routes including the M4 and M40. The planning application reference to view the plans to extend is P17/S2849/HH and all further details are available on request and an early viewing is highly recommended by the vendors sole agent.

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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