10 Sun Street, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 3JX

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Auction sale - Monday 11th December 2017


Sold for £220,000

Upon the instructions of

  • Freehold end of terrace house
  • Vacant possession
  • In need of refurbishment
  • Rear garden
  • Potential to extend
  • Close to town centre


Final Viewing on Wednesday 6th Dec 12.45 promptly



Reading is a large and important town located on the banks of the River Thames and alongside the M4, 75 miles east of Bristol, 25 miles south of Oxford, 42 miles west of London, and within easy reach of Heathrow. The town lies on the main west rail line and Crossrail (opening in 2019). The town has a population of around 230,000 and is home to many major companies including BG Group, ING Direct, Microsoft, Oracle, Hibu (formerly Yell Group), with Prudential, PepsiCo and Wrigley, Agilent Technologies, Cisco, Ericsson having a significent presence in and arund the town in the Thames Valley, Earley, Green and Arlington Business Parks. Sun Street is a cul de sac in the town centre close to the A329, A3290 and A33 and the Royal Berkshire Hospital.


The property comprises an end of terrace house arranged over raised ground, self contained lower ground and first floor, together with a good sized rear garden possibly offering potential to extend. The property has a painted rendered exterior beneath a pitched roof. There are modern plastic framed windows throughout. The property is showing signs of possible settlement and is a refurbishment and extension opportunity.




Refer to the legal documentation

Energy Performance Certificate

See website

Address Floor Use Accommodation
10 Sun Street Lower ground Ground First Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear 12ft (3.7m) x 11ft (3.3m) 12ft (3.7m) x 10ft 6ins (3.3m) bath/wc 12ft 3ins (3.7m) x 11ft (3.35m) 12ft (3.4m) x 12ft (3.4m) 12ft (3.4m) x 11ft (3.3m)
Gross room sizes for indication only


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