This rarely available detached bungalow occupies a plot of 0.27 acres, which includes a large frontage accessed via five bar gate, and a very pleasant established rear garden, with a detached workshop/home office that's been built within the rear garden by the current owners.
The bungalow itself can be found within the well-regarded residential area of Harmans Water, that's conveniently located for access to Martins Heron mainline train station. The non-estate position, provides privacy, seclusion and the option (STPP) to extend this already spacious and well-presented bungalow, making this a rare find and an exciting opportunity.
The well planned accommodation, comprises three bedrooms, two of which open out onto the rear garden and all the bedrooms provide fitted wardrobes. There is a bathroom and separate shower room with the living room opening up into the dining room, along with the kitchen/breakfast room, that provides a good flow to the property and a large welcoming entrance hall.
Externally, further benefits include a single garage, with light and power. The Lexicon shopping and leisure facilities are also within easy access, along with a further mainline train station that provides access to Reading London Waterloo.
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