Price £585,000 New Instruction

Description:
Located in a cul de sac of a dozen properties this property has been renovated to a high standard and offers a huge amount of living space which is both light and airy with a well appointed kitchen, separate dining room, family room and a living room with a wood burner. On entering the property there is a large open entrance hallway and a door to the living area which is double aspect with large windows a feature wood burner and wooden flooring. The newly fitted kitchen has a Rangemaster dual fuel oven, eye and low level units and an open design to the dining area, space for a table and chairs and a window to the side. The family room enjoys a view of the rear garden and has French doors to the rear patio with full length windows with the further large window overlooking the lawn. Downstairs two double bedrooms and a cloakroom. Upstairs two bedrooms both over 16ft and a bathroom with a separate shower. Garage which is double length with a store area at the rear. There is no onward chain with this purchase.

Outside:
The property is set back from the cul de sac with a large gravelled area and parking for numerous vehicles and two five bar gates. The rear garden has been professionally landscaped and is Westerly facing. It has a large private patio area and an area of lawn with fencing surrounding. Not overlooked at the rear there is gated access to a pathway which is a short stroll to the village park and it`s amenities. It is not overlooked by other properties as there is open land at the rear.

Location:
Moulsford is a charming village bordering the Thames in South Oxfordshire down the road from Streatley on the Berks, Oxfordshire borders. the village has a thriving community with many local events taking place and the renowned Beetle & Wedge restaurant on the River Thames is in the village. Within a short walk or bike ride to the Ridgeway and the downs which have lovely walks and established bike routes. the highly regarded private schools Moulsford preparatory boys school ages 4-13 years and Cranford House girls school ages 5-11. the historic market town of Wallingford is just 4 miles away and provides a superb range of local facilities including a large Waitrose. the range of schooling in the area, both state and private, is second to none and the surrounding countryside is renowned for its walks and rides.

Outgoings:
Council tax band: E


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