Believed to date back to the 1850`s this character cottage has plenty of character features from the original period with exposed floors, wooden stairs and beams. Built on four different floors, the property is located in a tucked away walkway location just up from the Kinecroft Park in the town centre. It has a leafy frontage and a footpath leading to the park just next door. The rear has an open aspect back towards the town centre. Accommodation consists of: Entrance porch, living room with feature cast iron fireplace and exposed wooden flooring. Latched doors throughout the cottage. The separate dining room is currently used as a music room but could be changed into one large living area if desired. Stairs down to the kitchen and up to the first floor with a landing area. Latched door to the main bedroom with feature fireplace and large bathroom, separate large shower and cast iron bath and airing cupboard. Stairs leading up to the second floor where there is a large double aspect room which is the whole width of the property and has plenty of additional under eaves storage space. The kitchen is on the basement level which leads straight out to the patio and garden, there is tiled flooring throughout. Oak worktops and a `belfast` sink, window overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen has an area for table and chairs and a large worktop with fitted cupboards below, shelving above, feature stone wall at the far end and a fireplace. The gas boiler is also in further storage cupboards.
One of the features of this cottage is the large well kept cottage style garden which has three different areas for seating, the largest a decked area at the very bottom which enjoys a great deal of privacy. A meandering brick pathway leading up the centre, an area of hard standing immediately at the rear and a garden shed. The garden has a huge selection of mature garden flowers, shrubs, fruit trees and has been thoughtfully designed to enjoy privacy with areas of raised trellis which has established climbing plants.
Last picture is of the Kinecroft park taken just up from the short pathway next to the cottage.
Situated a short stroll from the town. Wallingford is a small but bustling market town situated in South Oxfordshire, it has retained much of its historic architecture yet has good amenities for everyday needs. Within the town there is a regular market and farmers market, a Waitrose and Lidl supermarket and a host of small independent shops as well as banks, public houses, plenty of places to eat including restaurants and cafes. The Corn Exchange is the home of Wallingford`s cinema and theatre, producing a wide variety of productions throughout the year. Three primary schools and a highly regarded High School which is also a sports academy. The town has two nursery schools and a full range of leisure facilities and sports groups. Set on the banks of the river Thames there are a number of footpaths and open spaces in which to enjoy the surrounding countryside. Wallingford is within easy reach of both the M40 and the M4 and only 15 miles from Oxford and Reading and there are regular bus service to both locations. Mainline train services can be accessed at nearby Cholsey and Didcot with regular trains to London Paddington.
Council tax band C
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