Guide Price £750,000 Sold

A rarely available detached family home set at the end of this small cul-de-sac close to the heart of the village. The house offers substantial accommodation including 4 bedrooms, the master bedroom has an en-suite. On the ground floor there is a living room with fireplace and access to a double glazed conservatory. A separate dining room, fitted kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, family room and study.

Approached along a private driveway with ample parking to a double garage, the front garden has a long frontage to the close and is laid to lawn wth borders and gated side access. The rear garden features a large terrace leading to the lawn with wide borders and a block paved terrace towards the end of the garden with shrubs and plants. The garden faces an Easterly and Southerly aspect and measures approx a fifth of an acre, the rear garden area itself measures 62ft x 56ft.

Brightwell-cum-Sotwell has an award winning local pub the ‘Red Lion', a co-operative village shop, a post office and a thriving village community. The nearby Thameside town of Wallingford has a superb Waitrose store and a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs together with a monthly farmers' market, a cinema and a theatre. Communications are excellent with access to the M4 Junction 12 at Theale and the A34 to Newbury and Oxford. Didcot Mainline Station is only 4 miles away with a regular service to London Paddington in approximately 42 minutes. There is an excellent choice of schools in the area including The Oratory, Moulsford and Cranford House Preparatory School, Radley and Chandlings Manor.

Council tax band G (currently £2,588.81)

All mains services are connected, gas fired central heating.

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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