In need of modernization and improvement – having remained in the same family for at least 60 years
Popular cul de sac setting
3 Bedrooms, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Bathroom
Small front and rear garden
Residents’ parking only
DESCRIPTION/LOCATION: A Victorian house, possibly originally a semi-detached or end of terrace house but now part of a terrace of similar houses, in a popular location just to the south of Reading Town Centre. Within very easy walking distance there are local amenities. The property is close to the junction of Basingstoke Road and the A327, the former giving access to the M4 (J11).
ACCOMMODATION: The accommodation briefly comprises (all dimensions are approximate):
On the Second Floor:
Bedroom 3: 14’8 x 9’6 extending to 12’7
On the First Floor:
Bedroom 1: 12’7 x 11’9
Bedroom 2: 12’5 x 9’8
On the Ground Floor:
Front Reception Room: 13’4 into bay x 9’, cupboard with electricity meter.
Dining Room: 12’5 x 12’5, understairs cupboard with gas meter.
Kitchen: 8’1 x 7’7, door to garden
Bathroom: paneled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc.
Small front garden. The rear garden is about 30’ deep.
SERVICES: Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected. EER: G2
TENURE: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion of the purchase.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Reading Borough Council, Civic Centre, Reading RG1 7ER. Telephone 0118 939 0900.
DIRECTIONS: From the M4 (J11) proceed northwards on the A33 Basingstoke Road. After passing the Madejski Stadium continue for a further mile or so and turn right (at the traffic lights) into Rose Kiln Lane. Proceed to the far end and turn left into Basingstoke Road, and Essex Street will be found on the left hand side shortly after the roundabout at the junction with the A327. The property is towards the end of Essex Street on the right hand side.
VIEWING: We shall be pleased to show prospective purchasers around the property on the following occasions
Wed 03 Sep 12 noon / Tue 09 Sep 4.00pm / Thu 18 Sep 1.30pm / Tue 23 Sep 3.30pm / Mon 29 Sep 11.00am
NB We shall arrive at the times given above and leave 30 minutes later for another appointment.
* Property Auctioneers are required by the ASA to explain to prospective buyers the definitions of Price Guide and Reserve. The Reserve is the minimum price set by the seller at which the auctioneer can sell the property. The reserve can be set and agreed at any point up to the start of the auction or indeed can be changed during the auction. The reserve can be lower than the guide price, the same as the guide price or up to 10% above the guide price. In accordance with ASA guidelines the guide price can be changed at any time up to and including the day of the auction sale. If the guide price is changed we will endeavour to advertise the new guide price at the earliest opportunity. A list of final guide prices will be published in the auction room immediately prior to the sale. This may be the first opportunity to publish changes.