Situated in South Stoke village this property has been improved over recent years and has a modern fitted kitchen/dining area and loft room/bedroom with has two large Velux windows affording views to the front over open countryside and rear overlooking the large garden onto the playing fields at the rear of the property. No onward chain.
Accommodation consists of a living room with wooden flooring and an open fireplace and chimmney (which could be used for a woodburner). A dining area and a modern white bathroom, the kitchen has been extended and now has a raised pitch with two Velux windows affording light to the rear and French doors to the rear garden. On the first floor there are three bedrooms. The master bedroom has an en-suite. Stairs to a loft room which is currently used as an office which has two large Velux windows affording front and rear views. The property has the benefit of gas central heating and double glazing.
To the front a driveway with parking for a couple of vehicles. One of the features however is the 75ft rear garden, which leads onto the popular South Stoke recreation ground which has facilities including a community village shop.
The Thameside village of South Stoke is situated between Wallingford and Goring it is on the East bank of the river, set between the Berkshire Downlands and the Chilterns in Oxfordshire in the wide River valley, surrounded by scenic rural countryside designated as an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'.Largely unspoilt having only a limited amount of modern development, the village has a fine main street with many interesting period properties, some dating from the 16th century. Historically the village retains a close connection with Christchurch College in Oxford who were given land and property by Henry VIII at the time of the Reformation in the Middle Ages and as a result of this the timeless country way of life survives even today. Local amenities include a highly regarded traditional Inn 'The Perch & Pike', a Church of England primary school, a village hall, shop and recreation ground, and regular bus services to Wallingford and Reading. The River Thames is within easy walking distance at each end of the village where you can walk down the Thames Path to nearby Goring and Wallingford. The historic Ridgeway Path also runs through the village, having crossed the river at Goring on Thames from Streatley.
There are excellent road communications with easy access to Henley, Wallingford, Reading and Oxford as well as the M4 and M40 Motorways. Ferry Lane is a quiet no through road eventually leading down to the River and historically links back to the era when a Ferry service operated across the River to Moulsford. The road has a mix of properties dating from the 16th Century and including the late Victorian and Edwardian eras with a number of listed properties.
Council tax band C.
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