A highly individual detached family home built in a Scandinavian style with brick and timber clad exterior elevations with large windows providing a light and airy interior. From the entrance hall there is a downstairs cloakroom and study, there is an open tread wooden stairs to the upper floor. The sitting room enjoys views over the gardens with large windows and double french doors to the garden, wooden floors and a fireplace with woodburner, the separate dining room has large windows and door overlooking the gardens. The kitchen/breakfast room has fitted wall and base units with worktops over, door to garden. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms, the master bedroom has built in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room, the three further bedrooms each have views over the gardens and beyond, a family bathroom with shower completes the first floor accommodation.
Secluded from the road behind a hedgerow and trees, the house is approached through a five bar gate along a private driveway with ample parking, to the rear of the house is a paved terrace leading onto the extensive lawns. The grounds extend to approximately 1.37 acres and are mainly lawned with many fine mature trees, there is a large pond and a more formal garden to the front with borders. Enclosed by hedging and fencing the gardens are surrounded by farmland with no neighbours adjoining. There is a detached wooden single storey building which was originally a small bungalow and is now used as a storeroom but has potential to refurbish to an office. There is a single garage concrete garage/store and a wooden machinery store.
The property is located just outside the village of Cholsey which lies approximately three miles to the south west of Wallingford. There is excellent parks and an active local community served by ‘The Forty` magazine. There is a local enthusiasts Cholsey and Wallingford Railway running between the two locations (known locally as The Bunk because the locomotive twice left the coaches behind and `did a bunk`). Agatha Christie is undoubtedly the most famous Cholsey inhabitant and is buried at the local church. Today the village is a thriving one, and benefits greatly from the main line railway station offering direct access to London Paddington in approximately 50 minutes, 20 minutes to Reading and Oxford. Cholsey is also with convenient access to both the M4 & M40. The village offers a selection of amenities including various shops including a Tesco Express, An excellent butchers, hairdressers, Chinese and Indian restaurants and a Primary School. The market town of Wallingford has a Waitrose supermarket, banks, antique shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants.
Council Tax band G (currently £2,716.22 per annum)
Mains electricity, electric heating. Septic tank and private water borehole.
From Wallingford leave town on the Reading Road (Winterbrook) to the Wallingford `by pass` Bosley Way, turn right at the roundabout and then left at the next roundabout taking the left turn towards Cholsey. Continue into Cholsey village along the Wallingford Road. On entering the village turn left at the mini roundabout `the Forty` and then next right at the second mini roundabout into Station Road, continue along this road out of the village and under the railway bridge, proceed along the road and the property will be found beyond the village on the left hand side.
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