OIEO £479,995 - Under Offer

  • Unusually large three bedroomed terraced house
  • Well appointed first floor bathroom
  • Within striking distance of Reading Station
  • 27ft living/dining room
  • Superb 120ft private rear garden
  • Sought after road
  • Excellent decorative order
  • Walking distance of all amenities

Situated in the heart of sought after Caversham and within striking distance of Reading Mainline Railway Station is this unusually large three double bedroomed terraced house presented in excellent decorative order throughout and enjoying a superb 120ft rear garden benefiting from a high degree of privacy and a sunny westerly aspect. An entrance hall leads to a 27ft living/dining room which in turn leads to a good sized fitted kitchen. Beyond the kitchen is a further reception room currently used as a playroom however, would make an excellent office. On the first floor will be found three separately approached bedrooms and a well appointed bathroom. The rear garden is a superb feature of then property with a flagstone sun terrace leading to an expanse of lawn skirted by established shrub beds and trees and with a vegetable growing area beyond. Bustling Caversham offers a host of well regarded restaurants and bars, an excellent health and fitness club and is on the fringes of beautiful South Oxfordshire Countryside. 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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