A three/four bedroom detached chalet-style family home offering good sized accommodation, pleasantly situated in a quiet cul-de-sac of sixteen similar properties and believed to have been originally built in 1947. We understand from the owner that there is planning permission granted for a single storey extension to the rear. The property is conveniently located for access to Reading town centre and the train station which serves access to London Paddington in under 25 minutes and is soon to form part of the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) linking Reading with London's City and Canary Wharf. The property has versatile accommodation to include two formal reception rooms, study/bedroom four, kitchen with a comprehensive range of built in appliances, conservatory, whilst to the first floor there are three bedrooms which are complemented by a good sized family bathroom which has a corner bath and a separate shower cubicle. To the rear of the property there is a decked area with the main part being laid to lawn which extends to approximately 60ft and there is a 20ft x 11ft shed to one end which has power and light. To the side of the property there are double gates which serve access to the large brick paved driveway which provides off road parking for up to four cars.
Location: Froxfield Avenue is a popular cul-de-sac located just 1.3 miles from Reading town centre and mainline railway station. Reading is one of the south east's largest towns only 25 minutes from London by train, with trains running every five minutes or so. Reading is home to many of the city's commuters and has easy links by road or rail to Swindon, Oxford, Basingstoke, Heathrow and farther afield. Beyond the hive of commercial activity, Reading is nestled in the heart of Royal Berkshire offering beautiful riverside walks on the Thames and tow path ambles on the Kennet and Avon canals and with the nearby Berkshire Downs and Chilterns, beautiful countryside is never far away. Reading offers a rich mix of shops and markets. In the heart of the town, The Oracle combines chic boutiques with department stores such as Debenhams and House of Fraser and within a minute's walk there are many high-street favourites including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer. There are restaurants, cafes and brasseries to suit every taste in Reading. Plus there are numerous bars and restaurants on the Oracle Riverside. Reading school founded in 1125 is the 16th oldest school in England, there are 6 other state secondary schools along with 37 state primary schools in the borough. In addition there are some well-recognised and top ranked independent and public schools in Reading and its surrounding catchment. Schools such as Leighton Park, Queen Annes, The Abbey, Crosfields, Bradfield College, The Oratory and Bluecoat are just some of the outstanding public schools in the area. Kendrick girls' school is one of the top grammar schools in the UK. Reading University established in 1892 is a 'red brick' and ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world. There are almost 23,000 students from all over the globe.
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