Why we like it:
This Individual Victorian character cottage dating back to the 19th century which has the best of both worlds. A lovely character brick frontage with sash windows onto a walkway location. The modern rear addition was built in 2001. This leads to a to a paved courtyard garden enclosed by trellis and fencing and a gravelled parking area at the rear. This later addition has a large 15ft 5 kitchen/breakfast area separate utility and cloakroom. The older building has a well proportioned sung/living room, with built in bookshelves and feature stripped flooring and a feature wood burner. There is an additional sitting room with feature fireplace. On the first floor three bedrooms, two large double rooms with an upstairs bathroom. There is a cottage garden with areas of herbaceous plants and attractive graveled areas. Over the walkway at the front is a great feature, a separate garden which offers a lovely mature well stocked garden which affords a great deal of privacy.
What it offers:
A mixture of character and modern accommodation. Two well proportioned reception rooms at the front with character fireplaces and features from the original Victorian property. A modern kitchen/breakfast room at the rear with a separate utility room and cloakroom. Three bedrooms (two doubles) and an upstairs bathroom. Gas central heating and double glazed. This individual cottage is situated in a unique walkway location on the edge of this popular village with fields to the rear but within a short walk to the amenities.
This popular villager is within a short stroll to the River Thames, there is an excellent range of shops on the High Street including a small supermarket and a local butchers, as well as an excellent primary school and is in the catchment area of Wallingford secondary school. There is two public houses, GP Surgery and a parish church. With local parks and pavilion an active tennis club and courts The village enjoys excellent access to Wallingford, Henley-on-Thames, Reading and Oxford, as well as to the M40 (approximately 15 mins to Junction 5 at Lewknor).
South Oxfordshire District Council, Band G
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