- Extended four bedroomed Edwardian house
- Beautiful 80ft rear garden
- Immaculate throughout
- Striking distance of Reading Station
- Substantial and versatile accommodation
- Brimming with original character appeal
- Hardstanding for several vehicles
- Highdown School catchment area
Situated in a sought after road within walking of Reading Mainline Railway Station and the Town Centre is this substantial four bedroomed Edwardian home which has been the subject of much improvement in recent years and has been extended to provide bright, spacious and well planed accommodation with the potential to convert the considerable loft space into further living accommodation if desired. The property is presented in immaculate decorative order and retains much of its original character appeal with high ceilings, four panelled doors throughout and several fireplaces. Outside, the frontage affords parking for several vehicles whilst the rear garden is a magnificent feature of the property approaching 80ft in depth with a full width flagstone terrace leading to a well tended expanse of lawn skirted by mature shrub beds and trees. Priest Hill is a short walk from bustling Caversham Centre with its many restaurants and bars and an excellent health and fitness club. Furthermore, the property is within the school catchment area for the highly regarded Highdown Academy and Sixth Form Village. An early viewing is strongly recommended by the vendors sole agent to fully appreciate the beautiful period home.
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