OIEO £375,000 Available

A three bedroom detached family house situated within this popular cul-de-sac on a corner plot in the desirable village of Blewbury offered for sale with no onward chain. Accommodation comprises; entrance hallway, cloakroom, fitted kitchen with integrated hob, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, 18`4 living/dining room with open fireplace. three bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom. Gas fired central heating and Upvc double glazing throughout. Enclosed private rear garden with single garage and driveway parking for up to three cars.

Blewbury is a village situated in the Vale of the White Horse district of Oxfordshire (historically Berkshire), about 3 miles south of Didcot. The 2001 census recorded that the parish had a population of 1528. The older part of the village features a number of timber framed houses and other attractive buildings of various ages. The buildings are set within open green spaces and are linked by a network of footpaths, centred on the Church. Some of the paths are bordered by thatched cob walls. The stone church was originally Saxon. The tower was moved from the centre of the Church to the West end, and contains a peal of 8 bells which were repaired and re-hung for the celebration of the millennium. A new primary school was built in the 1960s and the old school is now used as a playgroup for under fives. This area of the downs has been occupied for thousands of years and remains from those times include the Ridgeway and a number of round barrow burial mounds in the Parish. Blewburton Hill, east of the village was an iron age hill fort, with three sets of walls and ditches riveted with wood, a massive wooden gate, and a cobbled entrance. The Downs provide excellent walks away from the traffic and pollution. The mainline station of Didcot Parkway is nearby and offers direct access to London Paddington in around 45 minutes, Oxford & Reading 15 minutes.

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