- Substantial five bedroomed detached house
- Development opportunity subject to planning
- Within striking distance of Reading Station
- Superb family home
- Prestigious tree lined address
- Substantial private grounds
- Ofsted outstanding school catchment area
- NO CHAIN
Bridges are delighted to bring to the market Hilgay, a substantial five bedroomed detached house with accommodation arranged over three floors and situated in Readings most admired and sought after tree lined settings. In our opinion, the property offers obvious potential to redevelop as desired however at present, offers well planned accommodation including an annexe/studio facility on the second floor level and furthermore, extensive out buildings and garaging. Outside, the grounds enjoy a high degree of privacy at the rear, a flagstone terrace leading to a well tended lawn skirted by established shrubs and trees. The frontage affords parking for several vehicles and leads to the double garage. Upper Warren Avenue is the catchment area for the Ofsted outstanding Heights Primary School and is within striking distance of Reading mainline railway station, bustling Caversham centre with its host of restaurants and bars and is a few minutes walk from beautiful South Oxfordshire countryside. Both Caversham Heath and Mapledurham Golf courses nearby as are several excellent country pubs and bridle paths. An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this rare opportunity and there is NO ONGOING CHAIN.
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