THE coronavirus lockdown in the UK is starting to ease as certain restrictions are lifted but for many moving to a new house is still probably not at the forefront of their minds.

However, we've decided to offer you a bit of escapism by letting you look inside a million pound Victorian farmhouse for sale near Reading.

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The Gravelly Bridge Farmhouse is listed on the Reading Chronicle's website in the property section and is on the market for £1,295,000.

Reading Chronicle:

The estate agent, Haslams, describe it as a "wonderful Victorian family home" situated in the village of Grazeley.

It added the property is "ideally positioned for junction 11 of M4 and the mainline station at Reading, business parks as well as local village amenities".

The property is set within a total plot of 1.1 acre and has views over the adjoining fields.

Haslams adds the "courtyard is ideal for al fresco dining".

Reading Chronicle:

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There are also a number of outbuildings which have been converted to provide an annexe and two further rooms which have been used as rental accommodation.

Reading Chronicle:

The estate agents said: "There is planning granted to erect a 3 bedroom single storey dwelling which would require the removal of the annexe and the outbuildings."