- Four bedroomed detached with two bedroomed annexe
- Stunning kitchen/breakfast room
- Immaculate decorative order throughout
- Ofsted outstanding school catchment area
- Substantial open plan accommodation
- Private South facing grounds
- Sought after tree lined avenue
- Within striking distance of Reading station
Situated in a sought after road in the heart of Caversham Heights is this substantial four/five bedroomed detached house benefiting from a self contained two bedroomed annexe perfect for an extended family, a nanny or simply guests. The main house offers superb, bright, spacious and open plan accommodation including a 29'7" sitting room, a stunning 24'4" kitchen/dining room and on the first floor, four double bedrooms. The annexe has a private entrance to the front of the house and can also be accessed from the main house. Outside, the property is approached via a five bar gate and a deep frontage with a well tended lawn and a gravelled driveway affording parking for several vehicles. The rear garden is a super feature of the property enjoying a sunny southerly aspect and a high degree of privacy with a deep and full width flagstone terrace, perfect for entertaining, leading to a well tended expanse of lawn. Conisboro Avenue is conveniently placed for all local amenities with Albert Road park just a few minutes' walk. The property is in the catchment area for several Ofsted outstanding schools for all age groups and all are within walking distance. Both bustling Caversham and Reading town centre are within striking distance as is Reading mainline railway station (Paddington 25 minutes) and an early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this super family home.
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