Why we like it:
An individual ‘one off' build constructed in 1996, this detached house is presented in immaculate order throughout. Recently fitted windows and doors. This property has been maintained to a high standard by the current owners. Having privacy from the road with a brick and flint wall and solid wooden door leading to a small private courtyard. Good sized living room with feature fireplace, Kitchen/dining room, small utility and a downstairs cloakroom. The master bedroom has front aspect windows with plenty of clothes space and built in wardrobes along one wall, including an en-suite shower room. The second bedroom is also a double and the third single room overlooks the rear. There is a large loft storage room with velux windows which could be used as a home office. The garden offers a great deal of privacy backing onto mature trees. The rear garden is well maintained with shrubs and border plants and an area of decking benifiting from a sunny aspect in the top corner of the garden. Access to the parking at the side.
What it offers:
Entrance hallway, downstairs cloakroom, 16ft 3 kitchen/dining room, small utility, 16ft 3 living room with feature stone fireplace. Upstairs two double bedrooms overlooking the front the master with en suite and a single bedroom. Solid wooden drop down ladder access to the loft area converted with velux windows. Private rear secluded garden, the property is fully double glazed and has gas central heating which has been regularly serviced. Parking at the side for two to four vehicles.
EPC Rating: D
Situated within a short walk of the town. Wallingford was originally a walled Saxon town on the Thames the remains of Wallingford's town walls can still be seen today. The remains of the Castle can also be seen from the Castle Gardens. Wallingford is a thriving market town. The centre is a major conservation area with fine examples of churches and architecture dating back to the 14th century. The landscape from the River Thames is officially designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The streets with their variety of small shops, pubs and restaurants, the antique shops in the Lamb Arcade, and the parks, commons and gardens make it a very pleasant town. There is a Waitrose Supermarket in the centre. The Country Market is held every Friday in the Regal Centre and the farmers Market is held every third Tuesday in the Market Place. The Corn Exchange is the home of Wallingford's cinema and theatre, producing a wide variety of productions throughout the year. Three primary schools and a highly regarded High School which is also a sports academy. Wallingford is within easy reach of both the M40 and the M4 and only 15 miles from Oxford. The town has two nursery's a primary and highly regarded secondary level schooling, and a full range of leisure facilities and sports groups.
South Oxfordshire District Council, Band G
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