Price £475,000 Available

This stunning one off four-bedroom semidetached home has been extended and completely renovated by "Mullins of Reading" to a very high standard. Situated down a secluded private road, leading to open farmland in the heart of this very popular village, a short walk from the very well-regarded village primary school. Only 2.9 miles from Didcot Parkway Railway Station, with direct links to London, Oxford and Reading, this could be the ideal home for the occasional commuter wanting a modern family home in a rural village community.

Ground floor accommodation includes a spacious entrance hall, large kitchen diner with integrated appliances and modern white fittings, utility room with external side access, cosy living room with double windows, study, wc and storage. Upstairs the master suite has a dual aspect with ensuite shower room, there is a further double bedroom, two spacious single bedrooms and a family bathroom with fired earth tiles and quality fittings throughout. The rear garden is a decent size, has a southerly aspect and both side and rear access. The property has two parking spaces along with use of a visitor space at the end of the row.

South Moreton is situated in open countryside between Wallingford and Blewbury. There is a good range of shops and services in the nearby towns of Didcot and Wallingford and good access to the centres of Oxford, Reading and Newbury. There is a primary school in the village and a wide range of private and state schools in the area. There are excellent communications to London and the rest of the country by rail via Didcot Station (Paddington 45 minutes) and by road via the M4 (J12), the M40 (J6) and A34

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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