This stunning former show home is truly incredible, upgraded by the developer "Linden homes" to include unique decor, high quality kitchen fixtures and fittings, and bespoke wardrobes in every double bedroom. Located on the edge of the Cholsey Meadows development, this property has one of the best views in the area, uninterrupted vision over acres of protected meadows and woodland down to the River Thames and beyond to the Chiltern Hills.
Entering the property into a spacious hallway with high ceilings and neutral decor, the immediate feeling of space becomes apparent, to the left is a large kitchen diner, with oak finished units and integrated appliances, and double doors through to the bright and spacious living room with French doors on to the superbly landscaped, south facing, rear garden. The ground floor is concluded with a cloakroom. On the first floor are two double bedrooms, the larger of which benefits from an ensuite shower room and Juliette balcony to make the most of the views, along with a good sized single bedroom and family bathroom. On the top floor is the master suite, with ensuite bathroom, built in wardrobes and the best views on the development. There is also a walk in wardrobe/dressing room completing internal accommodation. There are two allocated parking spaces to the property, along with a good volume of visitor parking in the immediate vicinity. The property is triple glazed throughout with gas central heating and mains drainage.
The property is set on the edge of this 100 acres of traditional English parkland, including a Grade II historic park and garden along with a protected nature reserve and water meadow adjoining the River Thames. Cholsey lies approximately three miles to the south west of Wallingford, and is a thriving lively commuter village. It features some excellent amenities, and benefits greatly from the main line station access to London Paddington and Oxford. www.cholseypc.org offers much information on the village and its amenities, including a primary school, restaurants, shops, societies, events, transport and sporting facilities.
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