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This well presented three storey property is conveniently located a short distance of Reading town centre and local amenities, including the Oracle shopping complex offering a huge range of high end shops and riverside dining, the University of Reading and the Royal Berkshire Hospital. Internally the property is in a good condition and comprises a modern fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, a large living area with Juliette doors providing access to the rear of the property and a cloakroom fitted with a two piece suite. To the first floor there is one double bedroom, a single bedroom and a three piece bathroom. To the second floor, you find the master bedroom the length of the whole floor with fitted mirrored wardrobes and skylights. The bedroom benefits from access to a three piece en-suite shower room. Externally the property benefits from a private enclosed rear garden, excellently maintained with paved walkway and the rest being laid to lawn and a shed. There are fantastic transport links via the A329 and M4, mainline train station and regular bus routes.
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