- No onward chain
- 15ft living/dining room
- 12ft bedroom
- Gated allocated parking
- Close to local amenities
- Walking distance to Caversham/Reading centres and mainline station
- UPVC double glazing
- Lease length of approx. 140 years
Masons are proud to offer to the market this well presented one bedroom second floor apartment situated close to local amenities and within a short walk of Caversham and Reading centres along with Reading mainline train station. The property is offered to the market with no onward chain complications and with the accommodation comprising of a 15ft living/dining room which is open plan to the 9ft kitchen, a 12ft bedroom, bathroom and a balcony. Further benefits of the property include UPVC double glazing, allocated parking which is accessed via electric gates, a lease length of approximately 140 years and nearby local amenities including a plethora of shops, restaurants, public houses, supermarkets and many more. VIEWING RECOMMENDED.
Front door opens into the entrance hall which boasts two storage cupboards and has doors to...
Fitted with a panel enclosed bath, low level WC and hand wash basin.
12'5" x 9'11"
Double glazed with a rear aspect and a built-in wardrobe.
15'4" x 12'4"
Double glazed with a rear aspect, access to the balcony and an opening to the Kitchen.
9'3" x 5'10"
Fitted with a range of eye and base level units with roll edge tops and tiled surround, oven, hob with extractor above, sink with drainer and space for a fridge/freezer and further utilities.
The property boasts an allocated parking space which is accessed via electric gates.
Reading Borough Council, Band B
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