- Five double bedroom family house
- Landscaped gardens
- Less than 1 year old from new
- 25' kitchen/dining room integrated appliances
- Finished to a high standard
- Conveniently located for the town centre and mainline train station
The Stanton 5 bedroom home is characterised by a wealth of generous accommodation across three floors with plenty of space for growing families. Offered for sale with no onward chain this property is less than 1 year old with the added benefit of being sold fully fitted and ready to go.
The ground floor offers a spacious lounge, an open plan, fully integrated 25' kitchen/dining area which features French doors to the rear garden, a separate study and utility/cloakroom can also be found to the ground floor. The first floor landing leads to a large en suite master bedroom, two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the second floor you will find two further double bedrooms and an additional shower room. The rear garden is laid mainly to turf with a side access gate to the driveway providing parking for two cars leading to a single garage.
Sorrel Crescent is tucked away in one of the most sought after areas of Great Western Park. Perfectly placed on the outskirts of Didcot, in an exciting new community with excellent transport links, being only 1.7 miles from Didcot Parkway and 3 miles from the A34. Great Western Park boasts two 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, Costa as well as a pharmacy and Station Garden Pub also all within walking distance.
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