Description:
A beautifully restored semi-detached period house with origins dating back to the 17th century, the property has been extensively refurbished and extended in recent years and now provides flexible accommodation. To the side of the property is the entrance hall with part wood panelled walls. The kitchen area has painted wall and base cabinets with Corian work tops over, gas range cooker and built in dishwasher, the attractive ceramic floor extends into the dining/family room which is flooded with natural light having bi-fold doors opening to the rear terrace and skylights overhead, there are tall built in cupboards with ample storage and painted doors in blackboard paint. There is a utility room with plumbing for the washing machine and useful storage. From the kitchen there is access to the study with doors opening to the rear garden and access to the stairs to the first floor. There is a guest double bedroom overlooking the rear garden, adjacent to this room is a nicely fitted shower room. The sitting room forms the centre of the property with window to the front, terracotta tiled floor and a fireplace with wood burner. At the far end of the house is the 14ft music/reception room with window to the front. On the first floor there is a large landing with windows to the front and space for extra furniture/wardrobes. There are three further double bedrooms all of which have an outlook over the rear garden, one of the bedrooms has an exposed brick wall. The luxury family bathroom features extensive marble tiling, walk in shower with digital shower, bath, wc and basin with fitted cupboards with fitted mirror and side lights.

Outside:
To the front of the property is a small front garden enclosed by a low stone wall with flower borders, roses and climbing plants. The gravel driveway leads from the road providing ample car parking in front of the double garage with double doors, workshop and inspection pit. The garden to the rear is a major feature of this property, to the rear of the house is a wide terrace area with raised borders and steps leading to a large central lawn, there is a further stone terrace with a circular pond and a pergola with climbing plants. There are well stocked borders and beds throughout the garden with mature shrubs and trees. The garden is enclosed by fencing and hedging and is not overlooked.

Location:
Situated within a very short stroll to the village centre. 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. There is excellent parks and an active local community served by ‘The Forty` magazine. There is a local enthusiasts Cholsey and Wallingford Railway running between the two locations (known locally as The Bunk because the locomotive twice left the coaches behind and `did a bunk`). Agatha Christie is undoubtedly the most famous Cholsey inhabitant and is buried at the local church.
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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Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Purchasers must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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