A rare and unique opportunity to acquire a brand new detached bungalow set in a prominent location. The property has been designed as a mobility friendly accommodation and boasts numerous features such as vaulted ceilings, underfloor heating and Bosch appliances. The circa 900 sq.ft property comprises an open plan living area with fitted kitchen and bi-folding doors looking over the garden, as well as a double bedroom and shower/wet room with disabled access.
Externally the garden is private with a patio and lawn area. There is an allocated parking space to the front of the property. The location offers access to excellent transport links via the A329M, M4 and Winnersh train station, as well as being within walking distance of Reading Road’s major bus routes.
The property is currently under construction and is expected to be completed late September 2019. Site visits can be arranged where the size and location is available to be seen.
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