Guide Price £550,000
Situated in this sought after, older part of the Town and with views to the River Thames an `Attached` Period House which has been completely refurbished by the current owners to a stunning standard throughout.
This really is a rare opportunity to acquire a property located within and 100m of the River Thames. The accommodation comprises of a large porch with access into the stunning kitchen/dining room with direct views of St. Leonards Church. You will where you can find integrated appliances, slate flooring, granite work surfaces and two large walk in cupboards. The steps down to the 18` x 18` lounge with brick fire place and wood burner gives a real homely feel. There are double doors leading onto a south facing patio garden which enjoys sun all day. On the first floor, you can find a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room, a second double with fitted wardrobes, a good single with fitted wardrobes both accompanied by a lovely bathroom with roll top bath and a separate shower room. This property really must be seen to be appreciated. The house sits conveniently in the old part of Wallingford adjacent to the beautiful St Leonard`s Church and the Thames Path.
Lower Wharf is within easy walking of the famous and historic market town of Wallingford with its modern large Waitrose, its busy shopping centre with coffee shops, antique shops and the Lamb Arcade, pubs, restaurants as well as the farmers market and local producers market. Wallingford also has a busy theatre and cinema in the old Corn Exchange in the town square. On the Reading Road there is the Wallingford Community Hospital and Medical practice.
As well as the local market town, Wallingford is almost equidistant between Reading (approx 14 miles) and Oxford (approx 13 miles); Reading boasts the modern Oracle shopping centre, whilst Oxford offers a unique shopping experience with its covered market and wide variety of independent shops.
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