3 bedroom mid terraced house for sale
Reading Road, Goring on Thames, RG8
- Victorian property
- Three bedrooms (one en-suite toilet)
- 100 ft West facing rear garden
- Central village location
- No through road location
- No onward chain
A late Victorian terraced property situated down a small no through road conveniently located nearby to the mainline railway station and local Tesco shop. The property benefits from a West facing rear garden extending in excess of 100 ft in length. The property would benefit from some modernisation, and is available with no onward chain. The accommodation includes: entrance porch, kitchen/diner, lounge, bathroom, three bedrooms (one with en-suite toilet). EPC Rating D.
Goring is a sought after village conveniently located for commuting to London (56 minutes) and Reading (15 minutes) by train from Goring station. Reading Station has a fast service to London, Paddington (from 29 mins) with the Elizabeth Line now allowing direct access to the City, Canary Wharf, the West End and Heathrow. The spectacular scenery in and around the Goring Gap is the setting for such classic books as Wind in the Willows, Watership Down and Three Men in a Boat. Views of Goring Lock, the weirs and the rural landscape, especially as seen from the bridge, are some of the most photographed and painted scenes in England. Goring has a good selection of local shops including an award winning grocer, butcher, several convenience shops including Tesco, as well as a doctor's surgery, dentist, chemist and vets. There is a thriving local community with a wide range of clubs, societies and special interest groups - latest news and events are on the village website at visitgoringandstreatley.co.uk
The front door opens into an enclosed porch. A further door leads into an inner lobby with access to the kitchen/diner and bathroom. The bathroom is fitted with a bath and separate shower. The kitchen/diner is fitted with a range of wall and base units with integral double ovens and gas hob, space for further appliances and a larder cupboard. A glazed door leads to the lounge, with a gas fire with brick surround and pleasant outlook over the garden. The lounge also has a door leading to a rear entrance and staircase to the first floor.
A turning staircase leads to the first floor landing. The main bedroom is rear aspect with a distant view beyond the train station to the hills of Lardon Chase, a feature original cast iron fireplace, and en-suite toilet. There are two further front aspect bedrooms, both with high ceilings.
A wrought iron gate leads to a block paved courtyard at the front.
The rear garden has a Westerly orientation. A right of access is accessible just beyond the back door, and the enclosed rear garden is just beyond. The garden is laid predominantly to level lawn, with a feature gravel bed and round patio seating area. The garden is planted with mature bushes and a fruiting apple tree, with two large timber sheds (one used as a workshop, with electricity). The garden extends in excess of 100 ft in length.
South Oxfordshire District Council. Tax band C. Gas fired central heating, all mains services.
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