A fantastic opportunity to purchase this beautiful 18th century cottage, which is packed full of character and conveniently located within easy reach of the M4 making this an ideal property for commuters. No onward chain.
The property retains many original features and comprises of two generous reception rooms, kitchen, utility area, two double bedrooms and a first floor bathroom. The rear garden is a particular feature with patio, gravel and lawned areas and gated access leading to walkway which gives access to the front of the property offering plenty of on street parking. Viewing is highly recommended and no onward chain.
Conveniently situated within close proximity to both Junction 12 of the M4 and Reading town centre which has an excellent range of shops, bars and restaurants and there is a large Sainsbury's superstore, Boots, Sports Direct and ikea within a mile of the property. There is an excellent choice of schooling in the area to include Calcot Junior and Infant Schools, The Abbey, Reading Blue Coat and Reading Boys to include but a few. There are good bus links into Reading and Theale Train Station is just over the motorway. Reading Train Station serves direct access to London Paddington in just 25 minutes and is soon to be on the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) linking Reading with the City of London and Canary Wharf.
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