Within easy reach of Reading University, the town centre and Royal Berkshire hospital, this charming Victorian terrace has undergone various improvements whilst at the same time retaining many of its periods original features.
Ideal for first time buyers and investment buyers alike, the accommodation comprises an entrance hall, bay fronted downstairs bedroom, living room, refitted kitchen and rear aspect breakfast room.
To the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, both with built-in storage and a separate refitted four piece bathroom suite.
Externally, the garden offers a high degree of privacy and is low maintenance, whilst to the front, there is parking for permit holders only.
A short drive to the M4 or within cycling distance of the train station, the property is perfect for this prioritising a commute into the city.
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Earley is located on the outskirts of Reading. It is home to a business park, a train station and a great range of schools. Fanmousdly, Earley was once considered as the largest housing estate in the whole of Europe.
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