- 3 Bedrooms
- Ample Parking
- Cul-De-Sac Location
- Master Bedroom with Ensuite
- Immaculate Presentation
- Close To Didcot Parkway Station
- Corner Plot
- Larger Than Average Gardens
- South Facing Garden
A stylish & immaculate three bedroom Town House built by David Wilson with a larger than average south facing garden. The added benefit of being tucked away at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, over looking open Green space, separate garage, ample parking potential, close proximity to excellent amenities and transport links,
Accommodation comprises of entrance hall, cloakroom, kitchen with 6 ring gas hob & intergrated appliances, large living diner with high quality carpet, rear doors lead onto the south facing garden. On the first floor you have a double bedroom with built in storage, family bathroom, storage and a further single bedroom / office space. On the top floor you have the stunning primary bedroom with built in wardrobes and ensuite. Outside the large south facing garden is laid mainly to lawn, with rear access to the separate garage & parking to the front of the garage. To the front boasts open green space and being at the end of a cul-de-sac.
Plover End is one of the most sought after roads of Great Western Park. Perfectly placed on the outskirts of Didcot, in an exciting new community with excellent transport links, being only 1.5 miles from Didcot Parkway and 3 miles from the A34. Great Western Park boasts 2 primary schools, a secondary school and the UTC college, which are all within walking distance. With an array of local shops including ASDA, Sainsbury's Local and COSTA as well as a pharmacy and Station Garden Pub also all within walking distance, Plover End really is a great place to lay down your roots.
South Oxfordshire District Council, Band C
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