Price £525,000 Under Offer

A well presented and extensively extended semi-detached house, the property is thought to date back to the 1950`s and occupys a very large plot. From the canopy porch with a pitched roof you enter into the hall with stairs to first floor. To the front of the property is the bay fronted sitting room overlooking the front garden and featuring a woodburner in the original fireplace. The former dining room to the rear provides an excellent second living space/snug which in turn opens into the kitchen/dining room. The kitchen/dining and family room has been extended across the rear and side of the property. The kitchen area has fitted wall and base units with granite work surfaces over and has built in appliances including a built in double oven and microwave, a five burner gas hob, dishwasher and a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink. The dining area overlooks the rear garden with two windows and double opening french doors to the patio, there are inset ceiling lights. The 14ft utility room with work surfaces, sink and plumbing for the washing machine also provides a great deal of storage and incorporates the downstairs cloakroom/wc. To the first floor the landing has access to the loft space. The master bedroom has been extended to the rear and overlooks the garden, it has an en-suite shower room with window to the side. There are two further double bedrooms one at the front with a bay window and another double to the rear with views over the garden and a family bathroom with a white bathroom suite including concealed cistern wc, wash basin in vanity unit and a bath with shower over.

The house is set well back from the road with an approx 80ft front garden, there is a wide driveway laid to gravel with a turning area and ample carparking. The garden is laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders with a retaining wall with borders to the front boundary. There is gated access to the side of the house leading into the rear garden which measures approx 127ft in length, to the rear of the house is a paved patio leading onto an extensive lawned garden with shrubs and enclosed by close board fencing. Towards the end of the garden is a detached office/studio of timber construction with a pent roof, the building is divided into two rooms one of which has windows looking back toward the house and offers many possibilities including home office, studio or playroom.

This vibrant and popular village is situated within walking distance of the River Thames, there are an excellent range of shops in the village including a Co-op supermarket, independent butchers shop, chemist, a gift shop, two public houses, a take away, GP surgery and garage. There is a well regarded primary school in the village and Benson is in the catchment area of Wallingford secondary school. There are local parks within the village and a pavilion with an active tennis club and courts The village enjoys excellent access to Wallingford, Henley-on-Thames, Reading and Oxford, as well as to the M40 (approximately 15 mins to Junction 5 at Lewknor).

Council tax band E (currently £2091)

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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