Guide Price £627,500 Sold

Why we like it:
Tastefully presented throughout and with generous room sizes, this detached house takes full advantage of its private rear garden with a lovely detached bespoke garden building comprises of a wooden decked verandah with a store room and workshop at either end. The house would make an ideal family home and is well placed to take advantage of all that Benson has to offer.

What it offers:
The entrance lobby with a smart blue painted front door and glazed side panels and built in storage cupboards leads into the hallway with galleried staircase to first floor and door to a downstairs cloakroom. All principal rooms including the hall have Oak flooring. The formal dining room has a window to the front, the study situated across the hall also faces the front. The light and airy sitting room has windows to two sides with double french doors to the rear garden, the fireplace has a woodburning stove. The kitchen/breakfast room overlooks the rear garden with shaker style fitted cupboards, space for a table and chairs, plumbing for dishwasher, window and door to the rear garden, the utilty room has cupboards, plumbing for washing machine and window to the side. To the first floor there is an attractive galleried landing with window to front. The 13 ft master bedroom overlooks the rear garden with built in wardrobes along one wall, the ensuite shower room has a window to rear. There are 3 further sizeable bedrooms and a large family bathroom which has been refitted with a contemporary white suite and tiling, walk in shower with glass screen and bath.

Externally there is a front garden with a gravelled driveway, gated access to the side. The garden extends to the rear and side with a level lawned area to the left hand side, ideal as a childrens play area. To the rear there is a paved terrace to the rear of the house with areas of gravel interspersed with flower and shrub borders, to the left hand side is a delightful 24ft bespoke covered garden verandah/garden room with cedar tiled roof including separate workshop and garden stores, this is used as outdoor living space in the summer months and gives shelter during the colder months.

EPC Rating: D

This popular villager is within a short stroll to the River Thames, there is an excellent range of shops on the High Street including a small supermarket and a local butchers, as well as an excellent primary school and is in the catchment area of Wallingford secondary school. There is two public houses, GP Surgery and a parish church. With local parks and pavilion 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).

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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