An immaculately presented townhouse which is finished to the highest standard throughout and located on a prestigious development within Cholsey, Oxfordshire. On the ground floor there is an entrance hallway, a downstairs cloakroom, a fully re-fitted kitchen with granite work surfaces and integrated appliances opening to the living/dining room with double doors leading to the rear garden. The first floor consists of the second double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. The first floor sitting room has twin french doors opening onto a wide balcony with glazed panels. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms and a master bedroom with en-suite shower room. There are also two allocated parking spaces in front of the property. The rear garden has recently been landscaped with a wide paved terrace to the rear of the house with areas of gravel for ease of maintenance with inset shrubs and plants. There is gated rear access.
The property is set in this one hundred acres of traditional English parkland, including a Grade Two historic park and garden along with a protected nature reserve and water meadow adjoining the River Thames. Cholsey lies approximately three miles to the south west of Wallingford, and is a thriving lively commuter village. It features some excellent amenities includinga large village hall, playground and cricket pitch and benefits greatly from the close proximity of the main line station access to London Paddington and Oxford. www.cholseypc.org offers much information on the village and its amenities, including a primary school, restaurants, shops, societies, events, transport and sporting facilities.
Council tax band: E
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