OIEO £469,995 - Under Offer


  • Unusually large Victorian Terraced house
  • Separate 1st floor bathroom
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Sought after location
  • Beautiful 80" garden
  • Large living accommodation
  • Many original features
  • Convenient for Reading Mainline RailwayStation

A very rare opportunity has arisen to purchase this immaculately presented 2 double bedroomed mid-terraced house situated in a most sought after residential road within striking distance of both Caversham and Reading centres and Reading Mainline Railway Station. The house was built circa 1900 to a grand scale and benefits from bright and spacious living accommodation including a very generously proportioned living/dining room, a large kitchen/breakfast room, and a separately approached first floor bathroom. The property is brimming with original character appeal including cast iron fireplaces in all rooms, four-panelled doors, picture rails, ceiling corning and roses and furthermore, unusually high ceilings.The rear garden is a particular feature approaching 80' in depth enjoying a sunny, south facing aspect and a high degree of privacy. An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this lovely home. NO ONGOING CHAIN!

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