- Georgian Townhouse
- Flexible accommodation
- West facing private garden
- Close to the River Thames
- One of Wallingford"s more sought after roads
- Two bathrooms
- Grade 2 listed
- No chain
Situated on one of Wallingford most sought after roads is this fantastic Grade two listed character property dating back to c. 1740. Located just a short walk to the river boasting both character & modern features and presented beautifully over three floors including; exposed wooden beams, exposed brickwork, a wood burner, modern fitted kitchen/diner and two bathrooms. With three/four bedrooms, and two/three reception rooms including a 28` kitchen/dining room there is plenty of living space on offer. There is a lovely cottage style west facing garden to the rear and on street parking to the front. Offered for sale chain free.
What the owners say;
Even though it`s really close to the town centre, its tucked-away location makes it a lovely, peaceful bolt hole. And being in this particular part of Wallingford you get all the convenience of living in a town while also enjoying unbeatable access to riverside and country walks. Whether travelling on foot, by bike, by bus, train or by car, it`s really easy to get around. And Oxford, Reading and London are all very accessible from here.
The house itself is full of character, which we`ve taken care to hang on to and enhance as much as possible, while also creating a comfortable and convenient living environment. Even though the house is an antique - and some bits of it are really old - the flexible layout makes it ideal for contemporary living. We`ve found it especially good for working from home and for entertaining. Our families love coming here at Christmas!
Wallingford was a walled Saxon Town on the Thames, and the remains of the town walls can still be seen today. William the Conqueror built Wallingford Castle, which was used as a royal residence until the time of the Black Death. The remains of the Castle can be seen from the Castle Gardens. Today Wallingford is a thriving Market Town; the centre is a major conservation area with examples of churches and architecture dating back to the 14th Century. The landscape from the River Thames is officially designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Being a Town, Wallingford offers every means of amenity one would expect including a Waitrose supermarket. The narrow streets with their variety of small shops, pubs and restaurants, the antique shops in the Lamb Arcade, and the parks, commons and gardens make it a very pleasant town. Wallingford is within easy reach of both the M40 and the M4, and is conveniently located within access of Henley, Reading, & Oxford.
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