An Individual detached brick and flint property offering well proportioned accommodation. The property has three separate reception rooms, a study and a 16ft kitchen/breakfast room with adjoining utility/boot room. On the first floor the master bedroom measures 17ft 9 x 13ft 3 with a large en suite bathroom. Three further bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the first floor accommodation. This family home is situated in an elevated position in the heart of Ewelme overlooking the renowned water cress beds to the front. With established formal gardens of approximately a third of an acre to the front and rear together with a private driveway leading to the garage. There is an adjoining paddock of 1.9 acres which has stabling, a storeroom and tack room, ideal for those seeking equestrian use on site. Whilst the property offers substantial accommodation the main house offers scope (subject to planning) to extend at the rear into the garden which will offer an attractive outlook over the mature established gardens.
There are a number of outbuildings include a brick built garden store, tack room with adjoining store and two stables. There is a garage with ample parking from the private driveway approached through wrought iron gates to the side of the property. There is an additional right of way through Nolay Close with double gates leading to the parking area at the side in front of the garage. The house is set in an elevated position back from the village street and overlooks the water cress beds to the front, the mature formal garden to the rear has a large expance of lawn, wide mixed flower borders and a vegetable plot, there is a gate leading into the paddocks at the rear with acess from the paddock directly onto bridleways and footpaths.
The village of Ewelme is a popular and attractive village with some beautiful character properties, it is well known for its famous watercress beds. The village features a stunning 15th century church, almshouses and a highly regarded primary school complex with Henry VIII and Chaucer connections. A village shop, pro actively used by local residents and a busy well utilised village hall. There is stunning open countryside a short walk away and the nearby towns of Watlington, Wallingford, Henley and Oxford offer comprehensive shopping and facilities. Goring-on-Thames and Cholsey has a station serving London Paddington.
Council tax band E (currently £1908.77 per year)
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Purchasers must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) current value 65, potential value 78
Environmemtal Impact Rating (EIR) current value 54, potential value 68