Price £2,400 pcm +Fees Let

Description This unique listed attached period property is located in a delightful and peaceful position at the end of a private lane in the village. Inside the property there is a huge amount of character and original features including an Inglenok fireplace in the sitting room, beamed ceilings (with good ceiling height) and exposed brickwork. The property does have a light and airy feel with the major rooms overlooking the rear gardens and many rooms being double aspect. Overall the accommodation provides four bedrooms with en-suites, family bathroom and a large landing. On the ground floor there are two formal reception room and a farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room and cloakroom/toilet. In addition to the rent quoted there is an additional £350 monthly payment covering council tax, water rates and a gardener. Outside To the front of the house are two parking spaces and across the courtyard is a timber lock up store suitable for bicycles. The rear garden features a large terrace to the rear leading down to a gently sloping lawn with mature trees and borders, the garden adjoins the river Thames with mooring for a small boat. Monthly rent includes council tax, water rates and a gardener. Available on a part/unfurnished basis, Location The village of Long Wittenham is a very pretty and popular Oxfordshire village on the banks of the river Thames, for the commuter Didcot is just a few minutes drive way with its main line station to London Paddington. The market town of Wallingford is about four miles away, offering many Artisan shops, restaurants, cafes and a Waitrose supermarket. There is a primary school, church and The Plough public house and The Vine pub/restaurant. Excellent access to the Wallingford, Abingdon and Oxford schools, The Oratory Prep School, Moulsford and Cranford House school are all within easy reach.

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The asking rent does not include letting fees. Depending on your circumstances and the property the following fees may apply until 1 June 2019:

* Referencing fees £180 inc vat per tenancy up to two individuals.
* Five weeks rent as deposit held by the TPS (Not held by the agents).
* Inventory fees, Inventory, check-in and check-out fees are paid by the landlord.
* Early termination fees available on request and given prior to the tenancy
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