Conisboro Avenue - Price: £1,250,000
A superb Edwardian five bedroom detached property offering substantial and versatile accommodation arranged over three floors. The property is presented for sale in excellent order inside and out, boasting a wealth of charm and character. The impressive accommodation comprises of a grand entrance hall with oak wood flooring, cloakroom, bay-fronted sitting room with log burner, a large open planned kitchen/breakfast room with handmade painted kitchen and granite work surfaces, a cosy living room with oak wood flooring and open fire place, family/study area, utility/boot room, landing, a modern shower room, refitted high quality heritage suite with roll top bath and free standing shower, four separate bedrooms (three of which are double bedrooms) and staircase leading to second floor master suite with en- suite shower room. Externally the property benefits from a mature frontage with secure side access and driveway parking for several vehicles. The rear garden is fully enclosed and enjoys a south-westerly aspect; the majority of which is laid to lawn with mature flower and shrub borders as well as a large terrace seating area. Further benefits include a separate decked area and a generous size quality, insulated and double-glazed cabin measuring 19 x 12'7 currently used as a gym.
Conisboro Avenue is a highly sought-after location, within the catchment areas for Emmer Green and The Heights Primary Schools, and in walking distance of Caversham centre with its wide range of amenities including shops, restaurants and bars. Reading mainline station and its fast 25-minute service to London Paddington is easily accessed. The property is within half a mile of the Chilterns AONB, offering excellent walking, cycling and riding, plus recreation parks, tennis clubs and golf courses within the immediate area. Viewing is highly recommended.
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