- Exceptional extended character home
- Stunning kitchen/dining room
- Superb private gardens
- Sought after private road setting
- Beautifully presented throughout
- Luxuriously appointed bathroom
- Utility room room and cloakroom
- Within striking distance of reading mainline station
Bridges are delighted to bring to the market this truly stunning Haddock built semi-detached house having appeared as a six page feature in Country Homes and Interiors in April 2020. This beautiful home is situated in a much admired private road setting and was completely renovated and extended between 2013-2015 to a high and exacting specification. The property is offered in immaculate decorative order throughout and benefits from bright, spacious and well planned accommodation including a stunning kitchen/dining room designed and fitted in solid wood by bespoke kitchen maker Andrew Lord with matching crockery cupboard and larder. Beyond the kitchen is the utility room, again fitted by Andrew Lord and furthermore, gives access to the ground floor cloakroom. The living and sitting rooms are of generous proportion with open fireplaces and Charnwood stoves. The first floor landing gives access to all three bedrooms and a beautifully appointed bathroom benefiting from under floor heating and fitted with a Burlington suite with Bristan taps and shower and a free standing bath by Ashton and Bentley. The gardens are a particular feature extending some 80ft in depth and offering a high degree of privacy whilst the frontage affords parking for three cars. To the rear, a flagstone terrace leads to a well tended expanse of lawn skirted by established trees and shrub with a summer house beyond with light and power, perfect for use as a home office. Balmore Drive is conveniently situated within a short walk of bustling Caversham centre with its host of restaurants and bars and in striking distance of Reading mainline railway station.
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