A detached family home situated in a cul-de-sac location, the house was built in 1967 and in more recent years has been updated with the inclusion of replacement double glazing and a single storey extension with pitched roof to the rear enlarging the living accommodation. The house provides sizeable accommodation and comprises of an entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom/wc, a 22ft sitting room featuring an open fireplace and hearth with french doors opening to the rear garden. The separate dining room overlooks the rear garden, a study to the front completes the ground floor accommodation. The kitchen/breakfast room has been re-fitted with white wall and base units, white washed wood effect flooring, built in gas hob and electric oven, windows to the side and rear, there is also a utility room with door to side. On the first floor there are 4 bedrooms including three doubles and a good single, the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and bedroom 2 has built in wardrobes. The three largest bedrooms overlook the rear garden with an attractive outlook. The family bathroom has been refitted with a white suite and shower over.
Set well back from the small cul-de-sac with a thirty metre sloping pathway and steps up to the front of the house.At the bottom of the pathway near to the close there is a single garage and single size open bay carport which belong to the property. The front garden has shrubs and gated side access to the rear garden. The rear garden is very private not overlooked and larger than expected. To the rear of the house is a patio area with steps up to a large lawn with borders and mature shrubs, there are a number of mature trees within the garden and hedging and fencing to the boundaries. The house has a pleasant `green` outlook to the front and rear with mature trees and has the advantage of having a South/Easterly aspect. gated rear pedestrian access to Cat Lane.
The village of Ewelme is a popular and attractive village with some beautiful character properties, it is well known for its famous watercress beds. The village features a stunning 15th century church, almshouses and some very attractive period buildings, the primary school is also within walking distance. The village shop is proactively used by local residents, there is a village hall and The Shepherds Hut public house is along the High Street, all within walking distance of the property. There is stunning open countryside with footpaths and bridle ways a short walk away. The nearby town of Wallingford is approx 6 miles away with usual market town facilities and a Waitrose supermarket. The towns of Watlington 4 miles and Henley On Thames 10 miles offer additional shopping and recreational amenities. Goring-on-Thames approx 8 miles away has a station serving London Paddington.
Council Tax Band F (£2255.82 currently)
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