AS the UK coronavirus lockdown continues, thinking of moving to a new house is probably not at the forefront of people’s minds.

However, we’ve decided to give you a break from coronavirus coverage and offer a bit of escapism.

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We have a range of houses up for sale on our website and have chosen one in Caversham worth more than £1,000,000 for you to look inside.

Ilkley Road, Caversham Heights - £1,150,000

This four bedroom 1920s built detached house is on the market for £1,150,000.

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Estate agent Bridges explain the property has been "extended, designed and completely refurbished to a high and exacting specification whilst retaining its original character appeal".

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The living room is "of generous proportion and features a wood burning stove whilst the family room is ideally positioned adjacent to the kitchen area".

The gravelled and landscaped frontage offers parking for several vehicles and the back garden has been professionally designed and landscaped.

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The estate agents added: "Ilkley Road is most sought after and is situated in the heart of Caversham Heights a short walk from bustling Caversham Centre and within striking distance of Reading Mainline Railway Station.

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"Furthermore, the property is within the catchment area for several outstanding schools for all age groups and several parks can be found close by."

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