This extended three bedroom semi detached family home set near to the centre of the village. The property benefits from a generous, well presented living space and open plan kitchen a southwest facing rear garden ample off street parking with a large frontage with parking to the front. Cross Road is located 0.7 miles from Cholsey mainline train station providing access to Reading, Oxford and London Paddington.
A part glazed front door leads into the entrance hall with engineered oak flooring and providing access to all principal rooms. The sitting room is rear aspect with raised ceiling height to maximise the space. The double aspect kitchen/dining/family room offers a matching range of wall and base units with integrated appliances, matching island with a breakfast bar, and French doors out to the rear patio. Above the dining area is a large lantern roof light allowing in generous sunlight. As well as access out to the garden, the kitchen/dining area also has access to the utility room and secondary front door which also includes a toilet.
A staircase leads to the first floor landing. The master bedroom is rear aspect with built in wardrobes. There are two additional bedrooms, both with storage cupboards. The family bathroom has been tastefully decorated and modified to provide a walk-in shower and feature freestanding bath with heated floor and towel rail.
The property benefits from gas central heating to radiators, double glazing and a water softener.
Cholsey lies approximately three miles to the south west of Wallingford, originating from a tiny Saxon farming community to the thriving lively commuter village of today. It features some excellent amenities and benefits greatly from the main line station access to London Paddington and Oxford. offers much information on the village and its amenities, including a primary school, restaurants, services, transport, sporting facilities and accommodation.
The front of the property is gated with ample parking including a car port. There is access at the side to the rear via an iron gate, and a purpose built store room. To the rear, the garden faces southwest and is predominantly laid to lawn with a flagstone patio adjacent. Steps lead up to a timber built store room/garden shed.
Council tax band C
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