This nicely presented three bedroom home dates back to the 1950s and is set in a very desirable area within close proximity of reputable schools and brilliant transport links.
The accommodation comprises two separate reception rooms, fitted kitchen and a family bathroom. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and a cloakroom. Outside the property boasts a large front garden area with potential for a driveway to be added. The landscaped rear garden offers privacy and seclusion, with various seating areas complementing the lawn. There is access to the rear garden and parking for two cars at the rear the property with direct access from Robin Hood Way.
The enviable location continues, with a great local pub in walking distance plus Dinton Pastures and its beautiful lakeside country walks. Winnersh train station offers easy access to Reading, Wokingham and beyond. The M4 motorway and A329M are also within close proximity.
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