Birchwood is located at the edge of the village of Brightwell cum Sotwell set back from the road with a large frontage and a long driveway. Improved and extended over time the main house and large detached annex has over 2000 sq ft of accommodation.
The ground floor comprises two large bedrooms at the front which have bay windows and a fourth smaller bedroom. There is a family bathroom dining/study room. The large light living room affords lovely elevated views over the rear garden with French doors leading to a large open patio area. The kitchen has been re-fitted in recent years and has high quality eye and low level units and quality built in appliances including two eye level Bosch ovens and gas hob. There is also a utility room to the side with separate access to the garden. The main bedroom on the first floor has an ensuite bathroom and currently there is a large walk-in storage room in the loft which offers future scope to provide further accommodation.
The large separate annex building has a living area with kitchen, the light and airy living space affords a great deal of privacy from the main property. To the front is has its own private garden area, gated access and also a lovely decked area to the rear enjoying views of the rear garden with privacy from the main property. The annex has it's own bathroom and double bedroom. It also has an independent heating system.
The whole property is double glazed and has gas central heating to radiators.
The 0.25 acre plot gives a lovely frontage from the village road and the rear landscaped gardens are one of the main features of this property , southerly facing with two raised patio/decked areas from the reception rooms of the main property and annex and mature established gardens with an established hedge at the bottom of the garden. There are a variety of flower and shrub borders and a large workshop/shed.
On the bus route on the edge of the village. Brightwell-cum-Sotwell has an award winning local pub the ‘Red Lion', a co-operative village shop and post office and a thriving village community. The nearby Thameside town of Wallingford has a superb Waitrose store and a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs together with a monthly farmers' market, a cinema and theatre. Communications are excellent with access to the M4 Junction 12 at Theale and the A34 to Newbury and Oxford. Didcot Mainline Station is only 4 miles away with a regular service to London Paddington in approximately 42 minutes. There is an excellent choice of schools in the area including private schools The Oratory Near Woodcote, Moulsford Boys School and Cranford House Preparatory School with Radley and Chandlings Manor towards Abingdon.
Located at the edge of this village close to The Wittenham clumps there are open fields and walks surrounding the property.
Council Tax band E
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