Why we like it:
This detached period house has a great deal of charm and charater with good ceiling heights and with sympathetic modernisation has the potential for a delightful family home. The additional two storey outbuilding has immense scope as a studio or additional accommodation such as an annexe subject to any necessary permissions.
What it offers:
Approached from the side driveway through a pitched roof porch into the hall. The dining room to the front has a fireplace and large window to the front. To the rear is the sitting room with window to the side and attractive arched window to the rear, there is access to the cellar which has potential for further accommodation. The kitchen has wall and base cupboards, gas fired boiler, window to side and door into the conservatory. The conservatory has a tiled floor and double french doors overlooking the rear garden. On the first floor there are 3 sizeable bedrooms and a bathroom to the rear. To the side of the house is a gated driveway with wooden gates, the detached outbuilding was we believe the former bakery and is now a two storey building with garaging to the ground floor, wooden stairs up to the first floor which has been used as an artists studio with window overlooking the rear garden. The driveway to the side approached through double wooden gates provides off street carparking. The delightful gardens to the rear are laid out with areas of terrace interspersed with fruit trees, shrubs and herbaceous beds, the garden is enclosed by a lovely old brick wall which provides privacy and seclusion.
EPC Rating: D
The property is situauted within a short walk of the town centre, ideally placed to take advantage of all that the town offers. Wallingford was originally a walled Saxon town on the Thames the remains of Wallingford's town walls can still be seen today. The remains of the Castle can also be seen from the Castle Gardens. Wallingford is a thriving market town. The centre is a major conservation area with fine examples of churches and architecture dating back to the 14th century. The landscape from the River Thames is officially designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The streets with their variety of small shops, pubs and restaurants, the antique shops in the Lamb Arcade, and the parks, commons and gardens make it a very pleasant town. There is a Waitrose Supermarket in the centre. The Country Market is held every Friday in the Regal Centre and the farmers Market is held every third Tuesday in the Market Place. The Corn Exchange is the home of Wallingford's cinema and theatre, producing a wide variety of productions throughout the year. Three primary schools and a highly regarded High School which is also a sports academy. Wallingford is within easy reach of both the M40 and the M4 and only 15 miles from Oxford. The town has two nursery's a primary and highly regarded secondary level schooling, and a full range of leisure facilities and sports groups.
South Oxfordshire District Council, Unknown
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