A rare opportunity to acquire this five bedroomed detached period house, dating back to the 1920�s, with later, recent additions providing a large, self-contained annexe currently used to operate a business and a superb master bedroom suite. The property enjoys a wealth of features with much of the construction material reclaimed from historic Southcote Manor. The property also enjoys a magnificent rear garden approaching 200� in depth and benefiting from total privacy and is situated in the heart of sought after Caversham Heights, within the Caversham Primary catchment and within striking distance of both Caversham and Reading centres.
GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION:
A reclaimed solid oak front door gives access to a generous reception hall with half panelled walls and staircase rising to first floor accommodation. The sitting room is a super feature of the property being triple aspect, of very generous proportion and measuring into large feature bay window incorporating French doors to garden. There is a large open fireplace with stone surround and display mantel over. The dining room again measures into a deep bay window and enjoys an open fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room overlooks rear garden and gives access to utility room, cloakroom, garden, garage and door to annexe.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION:
A bright and spacious landing with large leaded light picture window gives access to master bedroom suite, four further bedrooms, family bathroom and airing cupboard. The master bedroom suite is a superb feature of the property with bedroom and en-suite bathroom off private inner hall. The super dual aspect bedroom overlooks rear garden and has a high vaulted ceiling. The four piece en-suite bathroom is fitted in white and features a double shower cubicle, tiled floor and underfloor heating. Bedroom two also overlooks rear garden, has two built-in double wardrobes and access to en-suite bathroom. Bedrooms three and four both have built in storage cupboards. Bedroom five is accessed via staircase rising from first floor landing. The family bathroom is in white.
In our opinion, an excellent feature of the property currently utilised as a clinic, however with obvious potential to run a wide range of businesses from, or indeed, provide generous self-contained living accommodation. The main room features a fireplace, sliding patio doors to garden and access to the front of the house. There is also a shower room.
The front of the property is laid to gravel and affords space for five/six vehicles. There is gated side access and front door to annexe and access to integral garage with light and power. The rear garden, formerly featured within the �Quiet Garden Trust�, is a magnificent feature of the property extending some 200� in depth and enjoying total privacy. A full width York stone terrace leads to a well-tended expanse of lawn skirted by shaped flower and shrub beds and mature trees. Beyond, is a superb ornamental pond with feature waterfall. Another feature of the garden is timber summer house with a recently replaced slate roof. A productive vegetable plot is located at the very rear of the garden.
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