Price £415,000 Sold
  • Large Kitchen Diner
  • Three Double bedrooms
  • 10 Minute walk to town centre
  • Quiet Location
  • Study
  • Well looked after family home

This large three double bedroom family home was built in 2002 by Linden Homes to their Balmoral design and offers fantastic living space in a quiet road, only half a mile walk from the town centre and all of its numerous amenities, and 300 metres from St. Johns Primary School.

Accommodation includes a large entrance hall with a study to the left and to the right a large living room with gas fire place and bay window affording the room lots of light. A large kitchen diner spans the rear of the house, over 22 ft in length with integrated appliances and French doors onto the garden. The ground floor is then completed with a cloakroom and large storage cupboard. Upstairs are three good sized double bedrooms, with the master suite including an ensuite shower room with Aqualisa power shower, and dressing area with double wardrobes. The family bathroom with a white suite completes the interior space. The rear garden is west facing, c.40 ft in length and is divided between lawn, decking, patio and borders. To the side of the house is an attached single garage with power and eaves storage, whilst to the front is driveway parking and a small front garden. The property is upvc double glazed with gas central heating and cavity wall insulation. The property also has potential for a loft conversion (stpp), with examples already in the area giving precedent though currently the large loft is simply boarded with power.

Wallingford is a thriving Thameside Saxon town with extensive facilities and a number of shops including a Waitrose supermarket, a good selection of antique shops, boutiques and specialist stores with a traditional market being held every Friday in the town square. For a small town there is a wide range of places to eat from Italian, Chinese and Indian restaurants, to traditional public houses and a newly opened `Gin Bar` called the Keep. The town also benefits from its own excellent cinema/theatre, a sports park and leisure centre which offer the chance to join a number of well-established clubs such as cricket, rugby, football and hockey. There is an excellent choice of Golf Clubs nearby with Huntercombe and Goring & Streatley to name a couple. There are delightful riverside walks and a well established rowing club.

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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