This detached house is situated in a popular cul de sac in the village. It has been improved by the current owners. A light and airy entrance hallway with cloakroom. The kitchen/family room is open plan and affords alot of light through the large Velux window, recessed ceiling spotlights. There is a large island, built in five ring gas hob and extractor hood over, eye level double oven. Space for American style fridge/freezer. Butchers style sink, tiled flooring. Downstairs room/bedroom four. There are two living areas with wooden flooring, the main living area has a fireplace and a bay window to the front. In addition a large garden room with French doors and windows enjoying a private aspect over the rear garden. Upstairs three bedrooms the master has a well appointed modern en suite shower room and there is a separate family bathroom. There is scope to extend further at the side (subject to planning) and have an extra bedroom and additional en suite. The property has modern double glazing and gas central heating to radiators
The garden has a large patio area is laid to lawn, enjoys a great deal of privacy with a conifer hedge at the rear and side gated access on both sides. Wooden panel fencing surrounding. the front garden is open plan has an area of lawn and a block paved driveway providing parking for a couple of vehicles off road.
Chalgrove is set amidst flat farmland situated c. 10 miles south east of Oxford, c. 4 miles west of Watlington, and only c. 5 miles from J6 M40. Chalgrove has a strong village community with two Village Halls, and supports three Public Houses: The Lamb, The Red Lion and The Crown. There are six other shops, including two mini-markets, a Florist, Pharmacy, Post Office, and a Newsagent. Other services include a Doctors Surgery and a Local Police Office. The village has one local Primary School in addition to several day nurseries. There is also a secondary school in nearby Watlington. Thames Travel provides an hourly bus service from Watlington to Oxford (Number 101). There is also a regular fast train service from Thame/Haddenham (12 miles) to London Marylebone (45 mins) and from Didcot (15 miles) to Paddington (45 mins). There are comprehensive shopping facilities and a weekly market in the traditional market towns of Thame and Wallingford. The city of Oxford has extensive shops, theatres, museums and many recreational facilities.
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