A detached four bedroom house situated on St Helen's Avenue in Benson village, set back from the road with a large driveway, double garage and a rear aspect overlooking allotments and parkland. The property is one of nine built at the same time on the road. Access to the linked, double garage is via two remote electric metal 'up and over' doors. On entering the property there is a hallway, a study and downstairs cloakroom. The kitchen and utility room has Miele fitted units with built in appliances, Corian worktops, and Amtico flooring. A dining room and separate double aspect 19' 9' living room. Upstairs a good sized landing, four bedrooms, two bathrooms (one en suite to the main bedroom) both with baths and power showers. The rear aspect overlooks the allotments and park and to the front is open fields. The property benefits from gas heating to radiators, double glazing, an alarm and a water softener. All mains services and cable are also connected.
The property has a large block paved driveway with a low level brick retaining wall to the front, a border with shrubs, parking for numerous vehicles and a space currently used for temporarily storage. A garden and gravelled area leads to the front door and a path to the rear garden. To the right of the garages a side gated access leads to a small courtyard for storage/bins. The rear garden has a large patio area with low level brick retaining wall and a garden with mature shrubs, borders and a couple of areas for seating plus a garden house in the top corner. Fenced surrounds and the backdrop of open land and allotments immediately behind.
This vibrant and popular village is situated within easy walking distance of the River Thames, there is an excellent range of shops in the village including a Co-op supermarket, independent butchers shop, chemist, a gift shop, two public houses, cafés, a take away, GP surgery and garage. There is a well regarded primary school in the village and Benson is in the catchment area of Wallingford secondary school. There are local parks within the village and a pavilion with an active tennis club and courts. The village enjoys excellent access to Wallingford, Henley-on-Thames, Reading and Oxford, as well as to the M40 (approximately 15 mins to Junction 5 at Lewknor). Within a short stroll to bus stops, where there are excellent regular services to Reading/Oxford.
Built in 1988
Windows changed in 2000
South Oxfordshire District Council, Band F
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