- Classic Four bedroomed detached house
- Magnificent south facing garden
- Immaculate decorative order
- Brimming with character appeal
- Prestigious tree lined address
- Many recent improvements
- Within striking distance of Reading Station
- No chain
Situated in one of Readings most prestigious address' is this classic 1930's built four bedroomed detached home brimming with original character appeal and enjoying a magnificent south facing garden approaching 120ft in depth. The property has undergone much improvement in recent years including a well appointed kitchen and bathroom, upvc double glazing and furthermore, is presented in truly immaculate decorative order throughout. The reception hall gives access to a dual aspect living room and a large dining room again both with original open fireplaces, the cloakroom and the kitchen which overlooks the rear garden. A spacious landing with a front aspect picture window gives access to all four bedrooms, the bathroom and furthermore, access to a large loft space. The front garden is established with a driveway to the side affording space for two vehicles leading to the garage whilst the rear garden enjoys a high degree of privacy. Brooklyn Drive is conveniently placed for Reading Mainline Railway Station, the Town Centre and Emmer Green Centre with its host of amenities including outstanding schools whilst picturesque South Oxfordshire countryside is a short walk. An early viewing is highly recommended by the vendors sole agent and there is no ongoing chain.
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