An interesting and completely individual detached property which was originally the coach house and stables to the former `Walnut Tree` public house. This two storey property was converted into a residential dwelling in the late 1990`s and is set back from the road behind a private garden. Although within easy walking distance of the village centre and Cholsey railway station, the property has a private and secluded feel. The ground floor includes the entrance hall with two bedrooms and a refitted shower room leading off. At the far end of the ground floor is the kitchen/breakfast room with door to the front garden and featuring a vaulted ceiling and exposed brickwork together with a range of shaker style cabinets and gas hob with an electric oven under. An external door leads to the front garden. The dining room overlooks the front garden and leads from the kitchen into the sitting room with french doors leading out to the rear garden and terrace. On the first floor are two double bedrooms and the family bathroom. Both bedrooms have a range of built in wardrobes and the bathroom has recently been refitted with a white suite and complimentary tiling.
The property is well screened from the village road with a large gravelled fourcourt providing car parking for several cars. The fourcourt is enclosed by hedging and fencing and leads via a gate into the front garden and via a footpath to the front door and kitchen. The garden has a terrace area and is laid to lawn and enclosed by hedging and fencing providing a private place to catch the morning sun. There is access to the side of the property leading to a private and enclosed rear garden with a lawn and mature trees and shrubs. To the rear of the sitting room is a split level paved terrace with raised brick edged borders. To the front of the property is the larger than average integral garage measuring 19ft x 13ft with personal door to the front garden. The plot measures 123 ft in length with a 41ft min and 59ft max width to the rear boundary.
Council tax band F (currently £2471 per annum)
Cholsey lies approximately three miles to the south west of Wallingford. Historic information records the original tiny Saxon farming community to the thriving lively commuter village of today. Agatha Christie is buried in the churchyard of St Marys. There are excellent parks and an active local community served by ‘The Forty` magazine. Today the village is a thriving one, and benefits greatly from the main line railway station offering direct access to London Paddington in approximately 50 minutes, 20 minutes to Reading and Oxford. Cholsey is also with convenient access to both the M4 & M40. The village offers a selection of amenities including various shops including a Tesco Express, An excellent butchers, hairdressers, Chinese and Indian restaurants and a Primary School. The centre of Wallingford is approximately 3 miles way offering a further selection of amenities.
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