- Substantial detached Edwardian home in secluded position
- Five bedrooms
- Double garage
- Sought after South Oxfordshire village
- Wallingford town centre within 2 miles
- Beautifully presented throughout
- Five reception rooms
- South facing gardens
- Didcot Station within 5 miles
Located within the centre of this sought after village is this magnificent Edwardian detached family house with extensive living space, mature garden and presented beautifully throughout. The Manse was formerly the home of a Minister and has the calm atmosphere of an Edwardian Vicarage with high ceilings and well proportioned rooms with large windows letting in plenty of light, the house has period features including open fireplaces.
Since purchasing in 2018 the current owners have brought the house up to modern standards with many of the character features remaining which you would expect from a house of this age. Accommodation comprises; entrance hallway, reception hall, 25' kitchen breakfast room with fully integrated kitchen and granite work surfaces, dining/family room, utility room, cloakroom, study, 29' lounge with wood burning stove, garden room, two staircases leading to a large landing with doors to five double bedrooms (two ensuite) and a family bathroom.
The property is surrounded by secluded mature gardens with a gravel large driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles to the rear leading to a newly built detached double garage. The main garden is to the front which is south facing and laid mainly lawn with mature trees and flower and shrub bed borders. There is a large patio area to the side with covered eating area and wildlife pond.
The Manse is situated within the pretty village of Brightwell-cum-Sotwell offering an award-winning local pub, a primary school and pre-school, village shop, post office, and a thriving community just 1 mile from Wallingford town centre with a superb Waitrose store and a variety of shops, restaurants, and pubs together with a weekly market, monthly Farmers' market, a cinema, and theatre.
Communications are excellent, with access to the M4 junction 12 at Theale and the A34 to Newbury and Oxford. Didcot Parkway Mainline Station is just 5 miles east of the village with a regular service to London, Paddington in 35 minutes as well as Oxford and Reading in under 20 minutes.
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