Price £750,000 New Instruction

Description
One of two four bedroom detached houses built in 1985, refurbished by the present owner with a detached annexe building which offers scope for further living accommodation or working from home. The house includes an entrance hall with glazed front door, a cloakroom, large storage area and stairs to first floor. A dining room at the front with double doors leads to the living room with a feature wood burner, either opening as one large room or kept as two separate reception rooms. A conservatory enjoys the views over the garden and paddock land with fields beyond. A separate study overlooks the rear garden. The 18ft 10in kitchen has been fitted with good quality wall and base cabinets with solid oak worktops above, an integrated dishwasher and eye level double oven with separate electric hob. The kitchen floor is tiled throughout. There is an area for table and chairs. On the first floor a master bedroom with en suite and fitted wardrobes, a separate family bathroom with washing machine and drier, both bathrooms having been tastefully refitted in recent times. Three further bedrooms have built in storage and two enjoy the countryside views.

Detached Annexe
Self contained detached building. Living space with cloakroom, stairs up to a large roof room which has potential to have Velux windows fitted to provide further living accommodation. The annexe has light and power, water and networking points.


Outside
To the front of the property there is a block paved driveway leading to a gravelled parking area with space for several vehicles. To the side and front of the annexe is a courtyard area incorporating small sheds for storage. Gated access to the side of the property leads to the rear garden. A flagstone terrace sweeps across the rear of the house leading onto a newly laid area of lawn with herbaceous borders and shrubs. Outside tap and power points. Garden is fenced to the sides and to the rear is a post and rail fence backing onto paddock land with lovely views.

Location.
Cholsey lies approximately three miles to the south west of Wallingford. History records the original tiny Saxon farming community growing to the lively commuter village of today. There is an excellent recreation ground and an active local community served by ‘The Forty` magazine. Today the village is thriving and benefits greatly from the main line railway station offering direct access to London Paddington in approximately 50 minutes, and Reading and Oxford in 20 minutes. There is a regular bus service into nearby Wallingford. Cholsey also has convenient access to both the M4 & M40. The village centre offers a selection of amenities including a Tesco Express, an excellent butchers, hairdressers, pharmacy and Indian and Chinese restaurants. Cholsey has its own Primary School. The centre of Wallingford is approximately 3 miles away offering a good selection of facilities including a Waitrose supermarket and a Lidl.

Services
All mains services connected, gas fired central heating.

Outgoings
Council tax band G


Notice
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.

Floor Plan
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