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Atkinson Keene have pleasure in marketing St Anns, 32 Craven Road. This immense property needs modernising and will give someone the opportunity to transform the house into a beautiful family home. The property was built in the 1880's and is arranged over three floors with many original features. There is a generous rear garden with off-road parking. The property comprises of entrance hall, three reception rooms, cloakroom and kitchen to the ground floor, three double bedrooms and bathroom to the first floor and two further bedrooms on the second floor. Craven Road is in the catchment area of the well regarded St Bartholomew School and is a short walk to the train station and town centre.

St Ann's is located at the end of two pairs of mid 19th century villas. All these properties have tented canopies above the front windows, reminiscent of their era. You enter the property into the large hall. The imposing spindle staircase sweeps up to the first and second floor. The first room leading off hall is the lounge, you notice the lingering feeling of grandeur this room has and sense of space, accentuated by the high ceiling. The splay bay window overlooks the front of the property and has a focal point fireplace. The dining room also has a great floor space and still has the fire place surround which could be re-opened. A downstairs cloakroom leads off the hall proceeded by the breakfast room which still has an original 1930's Foresigat Enamel Yorkist Range Stove and surround (not working). The kitchen is located to the rear of the property and has a range of base and wall mounted units with double crittall doors leading out into the garden.

Stairs sweep to the first floor landing. There are three double bedrooms as well as the family bathroom located on this floor with the the front bedroom being of considerable size. Stairs lead to the second floor with two further double bedrooms, one being a very large front room which overlooks Craven Road.

To the front of the property is a small area of garden with a boundary wall. There is side access which leads into the garden. The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn with an array of mature trees, plants and shrubs. There is an "outhouse" and area for for parking at the far end of the garden.

St Ann's is a house with huge potential and a floor space to match. Given the location which incompases good school catchments, the many original features reminiscent of the Victorian era and add this to the amazing project to refurbish the property, really does make a recipe for a stunning family home.

Council Tax
The property falls into band C, with the rate for 2017/2018=£2,024.73

Newbury offers a good selection of shops and department stores, with a retail park to the south of the town. There are plentiful restaurants, cafes, public houses and leisure facilities including Newbury Racecourse, Kennet & Avon Canal, Corn Exchange and Watermill Theatre. Newbury has excellent access to major road routes plus mainline rail station to London (Paddington).

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