Price £1,195,000 - Under Offer

  • Approximately a Third of an Acre
  • Large Off Road Parking Area
  • 24ft Conservatory
  • 13ft Living Room
  • Cavity Wall Insulation
  • Seven Bedroom Victorian Detached House
  • Central Caversham
  • 17ft Dining Room
  • Recent Boiler & Bathroom

Masons are proud to offer to the market this beautifully presented seven bedroom three storey Victorian detached family home offering substantial accomodation and enjoying generous established grounds. Available for the first time in 60 years, the property retains much of its period character appeal and is conveniently placed for bustling Caversham centre with its host of excellent restaurants and bars and lies within striking distance to Reading centre and mainline station. The property boasts a superb 24ft conservatory, a grand 17ft dining room, a stunning 13ft living room, an 11ft study/reception room, a 12ft kitchen and a 12ft recently fitted bathroom. Further benefits include a 17ft master bedroom and six further good sized bedrooms, a shower room, and a separate cloakroom. Outside, the frontage affords off road parking for several vehicles whilst the gardens are a magnificent feature with grounds of approximately a third of an acre. An early viewing is recommended. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Front door to entrance hall which has the stairs to first floor landing and doors to:

Living room: 13'8" x 13'6" double glazed rear aspect, original working feature fireplace and French doors opening to:

Conservatory: 24'7" (max) x 13'1" (max) spacious and light room with French doors opening to the garden.

Dining room: 17'1" x 13'2" into double glazed bay window with rear aspect, original fireplace and cladding with French doors opening to Conservatory.

Study/Reception 3: 11'10" x 10'10" double glazed front aspect.

Kitchen: 12'2" x 9'9" double glazed front aspect, a range of eye and base level units with roll edge tops and tiled surround, sink and drainer, wall mounted boiler and space and plumbing for appliances.

Bathroom: 12'2" x 6'7" double glazed front aspect, a spacious and recently fitted bathroom suite, comprising of a double width walk-in shower, a panel enclosed bath, low level wc and wash basin.

Door to cellar: trap door giving access to the cellar:

Cellar: this room has light and power with two separate areas to utilise.

First floor landing has the stairs to the second floor and doors to:

Master bedroom: 17'1" x 13'7" into double glazed bay window.

Bedroom 2: 13'11" x 13'11" double glazed rear aspect, with built-in wardrobes.

Bedroom 3: 12'0" x 9'11" double glazed front aspect, built-in cupboard.

Bedroom 4: 9'9" x 8'11" double glazed front aspect.

Bathroom: double glazed front aspect, shower cubicle and wash basin.

Cloakroom: double glazed side aspect, low level wc.

Second floor landing has doors to:

Bedroom 5: 13'7" x 13'7" double glazed rear aspect, with a door giving access to the balcony.

Bedroom 6: 15'4" x 13'9" double glazed side aspect, built-in cupboards.

Bedroom 7: 12'2" x 9'3" double glazed front aspect with base level unit fitted.

Outside: To the front there is hard standing for approximately 9 vehicles, with a double gated access. The property is situated on a third of an acre plot and at the rear there is a mature garden which includes, three apple trees, two Portuguese laurel trees, a Magnolia, Yew and large variety of other plants, shrubs and flowers. The garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a patio area as well which is all enclosed by hedgerow and fencing.

Council Tax
Reading Borough Council, Band F

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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