- Development set within approx. 100 acres
- Excellent first time buyer opportunity
- Fully integrated kitchen
- Gas central heating
- Easy access to Cholsey Station
- Generous reception rooms with high ceilings
- Within 400m of the River Thames
This part buy part rent apartment is situated within this grade II listed former Victorian hospital set within 100 acres of park adjoining the River Thames.
Accommodation comprises; communal entrance hall with entry phone system, entrance hall with two storage cupboards, lounge, dining room with storage cupboard, modern kitchen with integrated appliances and a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The property features high ceilings and sizeable windows creating a lovely, light and airy feel to the apartment. Further benefits include gas central heating, double glazing throughout, large communal grounds and allocated parking. With easy access to both Oxford and Reading in under 20 minutes and London Paddington in under 1 hour, making this an ideal location.
The rental charge for the additional 50% share is £302.87 which includes the ground rent, maintenance and building insurance. 999 year lease from October 2011.
Set on the banks of the River Thames, Cholsey Meadows is set around a Grade II listed former Victorian hospital. The original 19th century buildings have been sensitively converted to provide a selection of apartments and town-houses. The development is set within approx. 100 acres of communal parkland, a protected nature reserve and water meadows.
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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