Price £167,500 Sold

Why we like it:
Smart, modern and easy to run, this immaculate first floor apartment was built in 2011, the open plan living room and kitchen measures 18ft x 14ft max and gives a light an airy feel as does the 17ft bedroom which is larger than most with twin windows to the front.

What it offers:
Approached on the ground floor through the communual hall with entry phone system and stairs to the first floor. The L shaped entrance hall feels spacious and gives access to all the rooms as well as the attic storage space, intercom system for the front door, deep boiler cupboard with additional storage. The living room has a window to the front elevation and is open plan to the kitchen with white gloss wall and base cabinets, built in gas hob and electric oven, plumbing for washing machine & dishwasher, window to the rear overlooking the communual gardens. The 17ft double bedroom is to the front with twin double glazed windows and the bathroom is to the rear with a white suite and tiling, plumbed in shower and window to the rear. Outside there is allocated parking space for one car, a communual lawned garden, dustbin store and cycle store.

EPC Rating: B

Location
Situated to the West of Didcot town centre, Great Western park is ideally situated for access to the A34 and the mainline railway station. The town centre offers offers comprehensive leisure and sporting facilities. The popular Orchard Centre provides a multiplex cinema, Cornerstone art centre and various cafes, restaurants and many shops. There is a large Sainsburys supermarket and there are further plans to expand the centre bringing in further national retailers. The excellent mainline train service into London Paddington is frequent and takes approx 45 minutes.






Notice
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.

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