3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleThe Crescent, Mortimer Common, Berkshire, RG7
Offers in Excess of £385,000
- Popular setting
- Three bedroom semi
- Close to amenities
- Southerly gardens
- Large kitchen/breakfast room
- Front aspect sitting room
- Good size bedrooms
- Circa 1000 sf ft
- Double glazed windows
- Close to woodland
Outside to the rear there are enclosed and private southerly garden with an array of mature shrubs, trees and a patio area. To the front there is an open plan lawned area and driveway parking leading to a garage with wooden doors, light and power, and gated side access.
The area of Mortimer comprises Mortimer, Mortimer Common, Stratfield Mortimer and Mortimer West End, and is located close to the Hampshire/Berkshire border. The area includes a primary and junior school, doctors surgery, chemist, village stores, bank, post office, churches, numerous pubs and recreation grounds. There is good access to the nearby towns of Reading, Newbury and Basingstoke and motorway networks M3 and M4, and on the outskirts of the village is a local railway station providing links to London Paddington and Waterloo.
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