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Goodliffe Gardens, Tilehurst, Reading RG31



4 Bedroom House SSTC

Goodliffe Gardens, Tilehurst, Reading RG31

Key features

  • 4 Double Bedrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Stunning Kitchen Breakfast Room
  • Downstairs WC
  • Lavish Bathroom & En-Suite
  • Garage
  • Walking Distance to Train Station
  • Denefield School Catchment

Having been tastefully refurbished to a very high standard this beautiful home should be viewed internally to be fully appreciated.

There are 3 separate reception rooms including a good size square living room with box bay window, rear aspect dining room with ample space for a large dining table and French doors to the garden. The garage has also been part converted on one side giving an extra family room/study.

The kitchen has been refitted with stylish high gloss units, integrated appliances and breakfast bar.

Upstairs there are 4 well proportioned double bedrooms with a range of fitted wardrobes and furniture. There are two incredibly well fitted bathroom suites including an en-suite serving the master bedroom.

To the front there is a driveway with parking for 3/4 vehicles and a secluded, landscaped garden to the rear.

There is a local Tesco with bus routes into Reading town centre within a very short walk. Tilehurst train station with links to Paddington within 0.5 miles and the property is located within the Denefield secondary school catchment.

Calculate your Stamp Duty

Until March 31 2021 most buyers will be exempt from paying stamp duty on the first £500,000 of the purchase price. Calculate how much Stamp Duty you would have to pay on this property by using the calculator below.

Please note: This calculator is provided as a guide only on how much stamp duty land tax you will need to pay in England and Northern Ireland. It assumes that the property is freehold and for residential purposes.