Guide Price £825,000 Available
ID: 4447

A beautifully restored detached period house with origins dating back to the 17th century, the property has been extensively refurbished and remodelled in recent years and now provides flexible accommodation with quality fittings. Entered through the reception hall measuring 11ft x 9ft3 with ample space for storage and coats and door to the rear. To the rear is a double bedroom with adjacent shower room incorporating a walk-in shower, wc and wash basin making this an ideal guest suite. There is a separate study with tiled floor and window overlooking the garden. The sitting room is in two areas and incorporates a wide brick fireplace with stone hearth and wood burner, beamed ceiling and wide painted floorboards, there are two openings into the further living space with wide double glazed wooden windows and painted floorboards which in turn opens into the kitchen/dining/family room measuring 22ft7 x 14ft4. The kitchen has recently been remodelled and refurbished with quality painted cabinets with granite worktops over, built in dishwasher, gas hob, electric oven and a gas fired aga. There are bi-fold doors opening to the garden and two additional large windows making it a bright and airy space. There is a small utility room with the gas fired boiler, wash basin and plumbing for the washing machine. From the sitting room there are double doors leading to the rear hall with stairs to first floor. On the first floor there is the master bedroom with vaulted ceiling incorporating storage above the landing, there are ceiling beams and a couple of steps up to a lobby with access to the nursery or occasional bedroom with hand built wardrobes, the en-suite has been beautifully refurbished with marble floor and wall tiles with underfloor heating, the bathroom has period style fittings including a bath and separate shower. There are two further bedrooms, one of which features an en-suite shower room with window to the side looking over the cricket pitch across the road.

The property is situated on a corner plot with a gated driveway to the side giving access to a gravel parking area and the detached garage workshop, the garage is substantial and is constructed of brick beneath a tiled roof, it is irregular in shape and measures 27ft2 x 16ft7 max with ample storage facilities. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with a patio area to the front, there are a variety of shrub and flower borders, the garden is enclosed by a stone wall with wooden slatted fencing providing privacy. There is a foot path leading giving access to the rear of the house with gravel walkways.

Dorchester On Thames is a very pretty and sought after village just a few miles North of Wallingford. Dorchester is home to the famous Abbey church and hosts a primary school, post office/Co-op store, a hairdresser and a number of historic public houses and restaurants. Delightful countryside surrounds the village with the the Thames Path and a lovely meadow near the Abbey offer great walks, while the lakes located along Abingdon Road offer a habitat for water loving birds as well as pursuits such as fishing and a sailing school. The market town of Wallingford is just 3 miles away and provides a great range of local shops including a large Waitrose, while Oxford and Abingdon, both 8 miles offer further shopping, cultural and leisure facilities. As well as local state schools, the area also offers a number of highly regarded private schools, including the bilingual European School 5 miles distant at Culham. Dorchester is also within reasonable distance to Abingdon and Oxford with a number of well respected private schools.

Council tax band G (currently £2729.66)

All mains services connected, gas fired central heating.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Purchasers must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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