Guide Price £700,000
This unique detached property is situated at the top of Wharf Road in Shillingford, on land once belonging to St John the Baptist College Oxford. Located on a road of prestigious properties, this property has a huge amount of living accommodation and offers scope to reconfigure or extend the accommodation further if desired. Set back from the road there is a large hard standing area to the front which leads to the 20ft double garages on the lower ground floor. Stairs then lead up to the ground floor with a lovely open garden room with windows looking across the rear garden. Also situated on this floor is a dining room and kitchen dinner. On the first floor is a large sitting room in excess of 20ft in length and a cloakroom. On the second floor is a double bedroom and bathroom, stairs lead to the third floor where there are two further large bedrooms and cupboard. The loft on the fourth floor is fully boarded and offers further scope for additional accommodation (e.g. two further bedrooms, bathroom etc.) The property has double glazing and oil fired central heating. The property is presented in very good order throughout.
The property has a mature plot. There is a good sized patio area and the rear garden is then laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs, a brick retaining wall surrounding gated access to the rear and side access to the road at the front. The property is tucked away and is private.
Situated at the top of Wharf Road and is a very short walk down to the River Thames. The final two pictures depict the view of the river from the end of the road. Shillingford is a small Thames-side hamlet with many attractive listed houses some of which are in the conservation area. Wharf Road leads out onto the A4074 Henley Road, which is the main Reading to Oxford Road; therefore it has an excellent regular bus service servicing Oxford, Wallingford and Reading. The Shillingford Bridge hotel is on the outskirts of the village adjacent to the Thames and the attractive Shillingford Bridge. Warborough village which is the other side of the A4074 is in short walking distance and has local amenities such as a shop, post office, outstanding primary school, nursery, pub, village green etc
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