Price £375,000 Available

This stunning four bed detached home is tucked away in a quiet no through road on the Great Western Park, built by Taylor Wimpey in 2011, the owners opted for numerous upgrades in the kitchen and bathroom to create a fantastic home. The house is c.1 mile walk from Didcot Parkway Railway station, with direct links to Oxford, Reading and London Paddington.

Accommodation includes a large and airy entrance hall, kitchen breakfast room with upgraded fittings, integrated appliances and a breakfast bar, the living room spans the rear of the house and is divided between a formal dining area and sitting area, with French doors onto the garden and a large storage cupboard. The ground-floor is completed with a cloakroom. Upstairs are two large double bedrooms with an en-suite shower room to the master, as well as two further single bedrooms, one is currently used as a study and the other a dressing room. The family bathroom has been upgraded to include a shower over the bath and floor to ceiling tiling. Outside the rear garden is beautifully landscaped with a westerly aspect, whilst to the side of the house is a detached garage measuring 21ft3 by 9ft10 and off-road parking for multiple vehicles.


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