Situated on the edge of the village this three bedroom semi detached house has a good size front garden in a walkway location. The rear garden is the main feature, southerly facing and enjoying views and an open aspect at the rear. Accommodation includes a living room with a feature wood burner in the corner a good size kitchen/dining room overlooking the rear garden. Upstairs three bedrooms, two doubles and a single and a bathroom. There is plenty of built in storage wardrobes and cupboards. The windows are all large and therefore the property feels `light and airy` with a large window on the landing. The house was renovated throughout in 2006 and has gas heating to radiators, double glazing and is decorated in neutral colours throughout.
The property sits in a nice plot the front garden is open plan and laid to lawn and is accessed via a walkway. The rear garden must be the main feature there is a small `lean to` glass house at the rear of the kitchen a patio area and a south facing rear garden which enjoys a great deal of privacy, wooden slatted fencing surrounding with a gated access at the rear with the option of off road parking. Mainly laid to lawn with a pathway down the centre, attractive flower and shrub borders and a garden shed.
Berinsfield is a village and civil parish set in South Oxfordshire, about 7 miles (11 km) southeast of Oxford and just over 6 miles from Wallingford. It has a public house, a primary school and public library together with a supermarket and convenience stores including a post office. The Abbey Sports Centre includes the facility of an indoor swimming pool. Well situated with the Reading to Oxford bus stop at the edge of the village. The village is set amongst open countryside and is accessible to country walks, water sports at the nearby lakes as well as the large garden centre and restaurant ‘Notcutts` nearby.
Council tax band C
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