Price £669,950 - Sold

  • Stunning four bedroomed Victorian house
  • Brimming with character appeal
  • 90ft rear garden
  • Caversham Primary School catchment
  • Substantial accommodation
  • Immaculate throughout
  • Superb master bedroom with en-suite
  • Within striking distance of Reading Station

Situated in this sought after residential road within striking distance of Reading Mainline Station and the Town Centre is this four bedroomed Victorian house brimming with character appeal and offering generous accommodation over three levels including a superb master bedroom suite enjoying an en-suite and a balcony with far reaching views. The property has undergone much improvement in recent years including a well appointed heritage style bathroom suite with a claw foot bath. Some of the many original features include a magnificent marbled fireplace in the living room, cast iron fireplaces and stripped and waxed doors in most rooms. The rear garden is a particular feature benefiting from a high degree of privacy with a flagstone terrace leading to a well tended expanse of lawn and skirted by established shrub beds and trees. Bustling Caversham Centre is a short walk with its host of well regarded restaurants and bars and the property is also within the Caversham Primary School Catchment area. An early viewing is highly recommended by the vendors sole agent to fully appreciate this stunning period home.

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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