Thorndon House is situated within this small development of just 3 similar properties built to an extremely high specification in 2007 located towards the edge of the pretty village of Brightwell-cum-Sotwell. Offering an award-winning local pub, a primary school and pre-school, a village shop, post office, and a thriving community just 1 mile from Wallingford town centre and 5 miles east of Didcot Parkway Mainline Station. Finished to an extremely high standard with substantial living accommodation and landscaped gardens this property must be seen to be appreciated.
With 4000 square feet of accommodation comprising; entrance porch, reception entrance hallway, cloakroom, 5 reception rooms (2 with fire belly wood burners), fully integrated kitchen/breakfast room with marble work surfaces and central island, utility room, 5 double bedrooms with 3 en-suite plus a family bathroom and a galleried landing. The detached treble garage has built in Dura units and flooring with a 28' studio above which is ideal for converting into further living accommodation. Concrete floors to both ground and first floor with under floor heating though out.
Since purchasing new in 2007 the gardens have been professionally landscaped to include a large patio area with extensive external lighting and a water feature, generous lawn and brick retaining wall which is well stocked with mature trees and shrubbery on all sides. The mature gardens are perfect for children to enjoy and you will find a large area behind the treble garage which is ideal for use as a children's play area or swimming pool.
The development of just 3 houses is accessed via a private gravel driveway which is fronted by a small pond. The gravel drive provides parking for numerous vehicles with access to the treble garage.
The nearby Thameside town of Wallingford (1 mile) has 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 mainline station is only 5 miles away with a regular service to London, Paddington in 35 minutes as well as Oxford and Reading in under 20 minutes.
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