Price £499,950 Available

Located in a prime postion on this small development of just 65 properties this property has an outlook overlooking open parkland with countryside beyond. As you enter this charming semi-detached property, you are greeted by a spacious hallway with large cloakroom leading into the living room and kitchen/dining room. The reception room boasts ample natural lighting with the bay and two side aspect windows and a feature fireplace. All the front aspect windows have plantation shutters. The kitchen, complete with a bay window with room for a table and chairs, is a highlight of the property, with modern built in appliances and French doors leading to the garden. Upstairs there is a light and airy landing. The property has three well-proportioned bedrooms, all of which are tastefully decorated. The family bathroom is conveniently located on the first floor and includes a bath and shower. The main bedroom also has an en suite shower room. One of the most impressive features of this property is the bay windows on all the front rooms enjoying a stunning open outlook. The property faces directly onto parkland, providing an open view of the countryside beyond. The private garden is a peaceful haven, perfect for enjoying the summer sun with friends and family. The property also benefits from the residue of the 10 year NHBC guarantee.

The garden enjoys a great deal of privacy with a brick built wall on two sides and secure gated access to the front. Mainly laid to lawn a patio area, outside tap.The front has a picket fence and a further area of attractive shrubs at the side of the property.
To the rear there is ample parking space for three vehicles off road with an electric car point making it an ideal choice for families with multiple cars.

Stadhampton is a well situated village approx 10 miles (16 km) south-east of the University city of Oxford. The village has a thriving community and features a popular primary school, there is a petrol station/garage with a Marks & Spencer supermarket attached. More extensive food shopping can be found in Cowley, Oxford or at Wallingford with a Waitrose supermarket. There is a large village green nearby together with a childrens playground. Within the village is the well known Crazy Bear Hotel and Farm Shop. There is easy access to the M40 (Junction 7 Milton Common) is approximately a 10/15 mins drive for London or the Midlands.

Concil tax band D

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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