Price £350,000 Sold

Description:
Situated in a great location in the village within a very short walk to the shops, pub, restaurants and station. This cottage has been renovated by the current owners and extended with a lovely kitchen/breakfast room with a vaulted ceiling. There are two additional reception rooms the front room has wooden flooring, an open fireplace and a large sash window with a front aspect. Walk through to the living room with a fireplace (not working) and quarry tiled flooring. Glazed doors to the kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of eye and low level shaker style units with plenty of storage. Built in double oven at eye level and a five ring gas hob with extractor over. Slate tiled floor with under floor heating. Space for table and chairs, light from six Velux windows. Glazed wooden French doors to rear garden.

Outside:
Parking off road at the front. Rear garden has an area of hard standing leading to the garden which is mainly laid to lawn. Large garden shed with an area of patio fenced on both sides with flower and shrub borders. The rear backs onto open fields and enjoys a nice sunny aspect and many owners in the row have constructed timber homes working from home.

Location
A short stroll from the centre of the village. 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 are 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.

Cholsey today is a thriving village, 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. The village offers a selection of amenities including various shops including a Tesco Express, an excellent butchers shop, hairdressers, Chinese and Indian restaurants and a well regarded Primary School. The market town of Wallingford is approximately three miles away with a Waitrose supermarket, banks, restaurants, pubs and twice weekly market.

Outgoings:
Council tax band: C


Notice
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