Why we like it:
A rare chance to purchase this substantial detached 5 bedroom house with potential to create a fabulous family home, the house needs modernisation but has a large plot of just under a third of an acre with the potential to extend subject to planning permission.
What it offers:
There is a recessed covered porch leading into the hall with stairs to first floor and a downstairs wc/shower room. There is a living room room to the front with original parquet floor and double doors to the sitting room with french windows overlooking the rear garden and parquet flooring. The separate dining room overlooks the rear garden and access to the kitchen/brekfast room which measures 19ft with windows on two elevations and door to the front. On the first floor there is a central landing with airing cupboard, access to all 5 bedrooms, three of which have views across the rear garden. The is one bathroom with window to the front elevation. To the rear of the house is a paved terrace leading onto a large mainly lawned garden with hedging and fencing to the sides, half way down there is a Beech hedge dividing the garden into two areas. The plot has a depth of approx 250ft from the front to back and measures just under a third of an acre. To the front is a good sized garden enclosed by a low wall to the front boundary, double wrought iron gates lead to a gravel driveway. The integral single garage has a storeroom behind. Gated access to side paved area near the kitchen with wooden shed and access to the rear garden.
EPC Rating: D
Dorchester is home to the famous Abbey and hosts a village primary school, a small Co-op supermarket, hairdresser, Pubs, inns and restaurants. Delightful countryside surrounds the village: both The Thames Path and a lovely meadow near the Abbey offer great walks, while the lakes located along Abingdon Road offer a habitat for water loving birds as well as pursuits such as fishing and learning to sail. The market town of Wallingford is 3 miles, and provides a great range of local shops including a large Waitrose, while Oxford and Abingdon, both 8 miles, offer further shopping, cultural and leisure facilities. As well as state schools, the area also offers a number of highly regarded private schools, including the bilingual European School 5 miles distant at Culham.
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