Price £370,000 Under Offer

This three bedroom property has been extended and improved over recent years and has over 1200 square feet of accommodation with a living room, dining room, modern kitchen, office, family room and downstairs cloakroom. Set back from the cul de sac the garden is at the rear and side of the property and there is off road parking for a couple of vehicles and a storage area at the front for cycles. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, the master bedroom has an en suite and a family bathroom. Recent improvements include wooden flooring downstairs, the property has modern double glazing and gas central heating. The kitchen and family room at the rear have large Velux windows giving a lot of light at the rear.

At the rear mainly laid to lawn with fencing surrounding and a hedgerow at the bottom of the garden (which could be removed to provide extra garden). A decking area catching the sun in the bottom corner. At the side a large paved patio area and gated access.

Situated on the edge of the village. Chalgrove is set amidst flat farmland situated c. 10 miles south east of Oxford, c. 4 miles west of Watlington, and only c. 5 miles from J6 M40. Chalgrove has a strong village community with two Village Halls, and supports three Public Houses: The Lamb, The Red Lion and The Crown. There are six other shops, including two mini-markets, a Florist, Pharmacy, Post Office, and a Newsagent. Other services include a Doctors Surgery and a Local Police Office. The village has one local Primary School in addition to several day nurseries. There is also a secondary school in nearby Watlington. Thames Travel provides an hourly bus service from Watlington to Oxford (Number 101). There is also a regular fast train service from Thame/Haddenham (12 miles) to London Marylebone (45 mins) and from Didcot (15 miles) to Paddington (45 mins). There are comprehensive shopping facilities and a weekly market in the traditional market towns of Thame and Wallingford. The city of Oxford has extensive shops, theatres, museums and many recreational facilities.

Council tax band D

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