This large four bedroom detached property is set back from the road in an excellent location in the village. Internal accommodation approaches 2000 sq feet, with a separate garage and ample off street parking at the front. Originally built in 1974 the property has been extended and improved over the years and has well proportioned accommodation a large entrance hallway and an open landing area. Triple aspect sitting room enjoying garden views, and a separate dining room. The kitchen is modern white stylish, fitted with a range of eye and low level units and built in appliances. Separate utility room. Downstairs cloakroom. upstairs four bedrooms, the master has an en suite, family bathroom and a lovely open landing with an area for seating. No onward chain complications with this purchase. Contact Winterbook for a viewing.
One of the main features of this property has to be the private mature plot that the property occupies. Set back from this no-through road and with brick retaining walls the property has privacy from the front with mature trees and shrubbery. A large drive in/out gravelled driveway. Side access and a separate garage. The garden at the rear has a patio area with a large lawn, mature trees, shrubs and borders. A gravelled pathway to the end of the garden with an area with a greenhouse at the rear of the long detached garage.
Long Wittenham is a pretty South Oxfordshire village. There is a Church of England primary school, two village pubs and the Church of St Mary. The nearby market town of Wallingford provides a wide range of local shopping facilities including Waitrose & Lidl supermarket whilst the city of Oxford which is 9 miles away provides a more comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities. Didcot mainline station 4 miles, Trains to London Paddington 45 minutes, (Distances and times are approximate)
All mains services are connected.
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