Price £765,000 Available

This large, five bedroom detached, family house is located in the very heart of the village, a short walk from the railway station, the village shops and the recreation ground. Originally built in the early 1900s the house has been extended and improved over the years. The current owners have lived in the property for over 20 years and have made their own improvements to create a fantastic family home set on a large plot of just over a quarter of an acre.

Upon walking into the house, the feeling of space is immediate, with a large entrance hall leading though to a secondary hallway, to the left is a large utility room with side door, whilst in front is a very spacious and bright living room. This room measures 18ft square with a log burner, doors onto the garden and a multi aspect maximising the light. At the end of the hall is a large kitchen breakfast room with a partially vaulted ceiling, modern units and granite work tops as well as a water softener. Off of the kitchen is a snug/family room, with work space, and a door through to the formal dining room. The ground floor is completed by a cloakroom and integral garage, which has been partially split. Upstairs are four double bedrooms, a large single bedroom, a family bathroom and a separate shower room.

Outside the rear garden stretches 190ft and has an "L" shape to it, totalling 0.289 acres, with lawn, established trees including a number of fruit trees, apple, pear, plum and greengage, a veg patch and a patio seating area, as well as substantial side access. To the front is a gravelled, gated driveway, large enough for three cars, and an additional large lawn area, which could be gravelled to create two further spaces. The house is double glazed throughout with gas central heating and mains drainage as well as an additional solar water heating system.

Cholsey is located to the south of Wallingford and is a bustling community with fantastic amenities. The village has a mainline railway station giving direct access to Reading, Oxford, and London Paddington. The A34 is 9 miles away, whilst the M4 can be accessed at junction 12 c.12 miles from the property. There is also a well-regarded Primary School and local shops including a Tesco express, pharmacy, butchers, and hair dressers. The village has many sports clubs including adult and children`s football clubs, cricket club, golf society and much more, as well as easy access to open countryside and the Berkshire downs for those who enjoy walking.


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