Ever wondered what the most expensive house in Reading looks like?

We’ve got you covered, as according to Rightmove this is the priciest property you can buy in the town right now.

The property in question is in Wargrave and costs a staggering £2,750,000.

Built in 2008 The Riverstation has become established as a contemporary landmark along The River Thames.

Standing on stilts, the house has been designed to take in the very best of the views up and down the river and across the open countryside directly opposite.

The accommodation is arranged over two floors, with all the principal rooms enjoying river views.

A particularly fine feature is the large kitchen diner which was refitted by the current owners.

The room has 180-degree river views, and the design and units are by Charles Yorke, which have been arranged to enjoy the views and create a practical kitchen with a large island with high quality integrated appliances including a Wolf range oven and Sub Zero fridge freezer and wine fridge.

Off the kitchen is the utility /prep room which also has direct access down to the generous garaging.

Upstairs, there are four double-bedroom suites, two on either side, connected by a visually striking galleried landing that stands over the central dining hall.

Each bedroom has floor-to-ceiling glazed doors with "Juliet" balconies. The principal and guest suites both overlook the river with commanding views.