OIEO £425,000 Under Offer

This superb extended character cottage is located in a quiet back road in the highly sought after village of Long Wittenham with a superb open plan dining/family room to the rear opening onto a 150' foot rear garden with direct access to open fields and the River Thames.

This rarely available turn of the century family home is a must see for anyone looking for a tranquil setting in a pretty South Oxfordshire Village.
Accommodation comprises; entrance hall, lounge, fully integrated kitchen with range oven oak work surfaces, 18' x 14' dining/family room, first floor bathroom with two bedrooms and a converted loft room providing the master bedroom with views to the rear. Gas central heating (combi boiler) and double glazing throughout. There is parking for one car to the front with the rear garden being 150' feet long with fields leading to the river Thames beyond. There is also a garden office and workshop with light and power.

Long Wittenham is a delightful Thameside village with a public house, a primary school and an excellent pre-school. There is 12th Century church, Wittenham Clumps and Days Lock also close by. The village is well placed for access to Oxford and the market towns of Wallingford and Abingdon. The village has good communications to London and the rest of the country by train via Didcot (Paddington forty five minutes) and by road via the A34 and M40. There is also a good choice of independent schools in the area including Moulsford, Cranford House, The Manor, St Helen and St Katharine, Chandlings, Cothill, Abingdon School and Radley College.



Council Tax
South Oxfordshire District Council, Band D

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Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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