OIEO £1,100,000 Available

This detached Victorian property is located in the highly regarded Thameside village of Crowmarsh Gifford, one mile of Wallingford Town centre.

The property is beautifully presented throughout offering extensive living space to include; entrance hallway, study, dining room, lounge with wood burning stove, 17'9 fully fitted handmade kitchen/breakfast room with central island and doors accessing the rear garden and a 16' utility and cloakroom.

The first floor has a generous landing giving access to; master bedroom with vaulted ceiling and en-suite, three further double bedrooms, and a family bathroom with separate walk in shower and roll top bath.

Accessed via an electric gate to the side, there is a large gravelled driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles. A pathway leads to the front door with side access to the wonderfully landscaped south facing rear garden, ideal for summer entertaining. There is a large patio area with purpose built pergola providing shade from the summer sun. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees, summer house and garden shed. There is also a purpose built garden room measuring 5m x 4m currently used as a gym with French doors leading onto the garden as well as a further adjoining storage shed. Total plot measures just under a quarter of an acre.

Crowmarsh Gifford provides easy access to Oxford, Henley and Reading via public transport. Within the village you will find an excellent Primary School, village shop and two public houses. The historic Town of Wallingford is a thriving market town and just a short walk across the River Thames from Crowmarsh Gifford. The Town's narrow streets provide a variety of small shops, pubs and restaurants, along with antique shops within the Lamb Arcade. Wallingford benefits from numerous recreational areas with parks, and gardens making it a very pleasant town.

Wallingford was originally a walled Saxon town situated on the River Thames with some of the walls still remaining visible today. Wallingford Castle was built by William the Conqueror and used as a royal residence until the time of the Black Death.

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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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