*SOLD PRIOR TO MARKETING - SIMILAR PROPERTIES REQUIRED* This mid-terraced town house is conveniently situated within walking distance to Bracknell town centre featuring The Lexicon Shopping Centre and the mainline train station, allowing excellent transportation links to London Waterloo and Reading as well as easy reach to the M3/M4. The accommodation is set over three floors, the ground floor comprises two reception rooms which could also be utilised as bedrooms, a utility room and a cloakroom with a separate shower room. To the first floor there’s an open plan living room/dining room with a separate kitchen. On the second floor, there are two further double bedrooms and a three piece bathroom suite. There is also a low maintenance rear garden and driveway parking to the front of the property for two vehicles. This property would be ideal for an investor looking for a HMO opportunity.
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