An individual detached house built in 1997 which has been updated and extended by the current owners, arranged over two floors with accommodation of approximately 1800 square feet. The house is entered by a entrance lobby with glazed door into the spacious entrance hall with a downstairs cloakroom with window to the side. To the front of the house is the formal dining room with two windows to the front. To the rear is the sitting room measuring 17ft with a feature fireplace and French door with glazed side panels to the rear garden enjoying views over the paddock to the rear. The kitchen/breakfast room is a major feature of the property and features a re fitted kitchen with double thickness granite work tops, twin dishwashers, Quooker instant hot tap, Neff oven, a separate steam oven, Neff induction hob and integrated fridge/ freezer. Warming drawer, microwave and coffee machine. The kitchen area opens into the Orangery with glazed lantern roof above flooding the room with natural light, triple glazed, hardwood painted French doors to the rear garden, under floor heating throughout beneath the polished marble floor. Beyond the kitchen is the former garage which is now a guest room/music room with door to the garden and window to front. On the first floor there is a large galleried landing with a vaulted ceiling. The master bedroom features built in wardrobes and has an en suite shower room with Venetian marble floor and wall tiles. There are two further double bedrooms with built in wardrobes and a family bathroom with a jacuzzi bath and Venetian marble tiling. The majority of the windows have been replaced and the property has ogas fired central heating.
Set well back from the village road with a large frontage, there are double electric wooden gates and picket fence, the garden is mainly lawned with flower and shrub borders. Driveway provides ample car parking and there is gated side access. The rear garden has a lovely aspect looking over paddock land with some thatched cottages beyond. There is a paved patio and the remainder of the garden is laid to lawn with borders and shrubs and is enclosed by picket fencing and hedging.
South Moreton is a pretty village with an attractive High Street with a variety of character properties. There is a playing field with an active and a highly regarded primary school. Tesco and Sainsbury`s are within five minutes drive, as is Didcot Parkway station, which gives an intercity fast train commuter service to London Paddington that takes 40 minutes. There is also a Waitrose in the market town of Wallingford, which lies on the Thames, which is approximately 10 minutes drive. A farmers` market is held regularly in Didcot within the area of the Orchard Centre which has a number of quality shops and there is also a recently opened Arts Centre and a multi-screen cinema complex. The surrounding countryside is noted to be of outstanding rural beauty and footpaths are within easy access enabling very pretty walks through open countryside. This is also excellent riding country with the Downs giving access to gallops, bridle paths and the Blewbury Riding Centre. There are lots of restaurants in the area, including The Sweet Olive in Aston Tirrold which serves fine French food, as well as pub meals.
Council tax band G (currently £2801.67 per annum)
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