Situated in a no through lane in one of the most sought after locations within the village. This individual detached house was built in 1966 and has been in the same family since new. The accommodation is arranged over two floors with an entrance hall and downstairs cloakroom/wc leading off. The sitting/dining room has a large picture window to the front, parquet flooring and an open fireplace, from the dining area there are doors through to the family room with windows on three sides and doors onto the rear garden. To the side is the kitchen with further door to the hallway, window to rear and door to the garage. On the first floor there is a bright landing with large window to side, there are three good sized bedrooms, the two larger bedrooms have built in cupboards and a bathroom with window to the rear. There is a great deal of potential to modernise and extend the property subject to planning permission.
Set back from the road in an elevated position, to the front of the house is a lawned front garden with hedging and driveway leading to the sizeable garage of 18ft x 11ft. The property enjoys a good deal of privacy with mature hedging and trees surrounding. To the rear of the house is a patio area, an area of lawn and mature trees and shrubs.
In the sought after road 'Well Springs' near the pond in Brightwell-cum-Sotwell. The village has an award winning local pub the ‘Red Lion', a co-operative village shop, a post office and a thriving village community. The nearby Thameside town of Wallingford has a Waitrose supermarket and a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs together with a monthly farmers' market, a cinema and a theatre. Communications are excellent with access to the M4 Junction 12 at Theale and the A34 to Newbury and Oxford. Didcot Mainline Station is only 4 miles away with a regular service to London Paddington in approximately 42 minutes. There is an excellent choice of schools in the area including The Oratory, Moulsford and Cranford House Preparatory School, Radley and Chandlings Manor.
Mains water and electricity, Oil fired central heating.
Council tax band E
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