Price £465,000 Available
  • Extended 3/4 bedroom house in rural location
  • Large kitchen/breakfast room
  • Amply parking
  • Generous front and rear gardens
  • Home office/garden room

An extended three/four bedrooms semi detached family house with larger than average front and rear gardens set in this quiet semi rural village overlooking St Leonard and St Catherine`s Church.

Presented nicely thoughout with accommodation comprising; entrance hallway, cloakroom, study/bedroom 4, 18`11 lounge with feature fire place, 16` re-fitted modern kitchen/breakfast room with range oven and integrated appliances. From here there is a conservatory which opens into the kitchen with French doors leading onto the decking and landscaped rear garden.

On the first floor there are three bedrooms (two doubles and a good singe with the master being 16 x 11, modern family bathroom with separate bath and shower. To the front of the property there is is a block paved driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles. There is a large timber built shed to the side with access to the rear garden offering a large decking area and lawn leading to separate children`s play area and 6m x 4m home office/gym with light, power and Internet.

Drayton St Leonard is a small village in South Oxfordshire adjacent to the River Thame, currently consisting of nearly one hundred houses and a population of about three hundred. The property is located just north of Wallingford and has excellent road links to London, the Midlands and The Chilterns via Junction 6 and 7 of the M40. Oxford is approximately 11 away to the north west and Henley-on-Thames is approximately 18 miles to the south east, both offering an excellent range of shops and recreational facilities. The market town of Wallingford is 7 miles to the south with a comprehensive range of shops and a Waitrose. There are many fine schools in the area including The Dragon School, Cothill, Summerfields, Headington Girls School in Oxford and Radley, Bradfield and Abingdon. There is also Wycombe Abbey in High Wycombe and an extremely popular school at Watlington approximately 7 miles away.

M40 (Junction 7) 7 miles, Wallingford 7 miles, Oxford 11 miles, Henley-on-Thames 18 miles, Thame 11 miles, London 52 miles (All distances and times approximate)


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