An extended four bedroom detached family home with generous rear gardens situated at the end of this quiet cul-de-sac within the sought after village of Long Wittenham. Ground floor accommodation comprises; entrance hallway, cloakroom, 25` lounge, study, 19` kitchen/breakfast room with French doors opening onto the garden and patio and a single garage. The first floor has four bedrooms (two doubles and two good singles), a family bathroom, plus a 5th room which could easily be converted into an additional shower/bathroom. Outside there property there is a generous rear garden measuring over 100 feet. There is a patio area and steps up to the lawn with flower and shrub borders, two storage sheds and a green house. Gas central heating and Upvc double glazing.
Long Wittenham is a sought after and pretty village on the banks of the River Thames. It has strong ties with many Oxford Colleges including Exeter College which from 1322 held the right to name the vicar of St Mary`s church. For the commuter Didcot mainline railway station is 3 miles away (Paddington 45 mins), Junction 7 to the M40 is around 20 mins drive and the M4 is also easily reached.
The village has an interesting blend of period houses built in stone and brick with a number of Cruck cottages justifying its listings as a Conservation Area and an Area of Great Landscape Value. There is a 12th Century church - St Mary`s, a thriving primary school and two popular public houses - The Plough and The Vine & Spice. The nearby towns of Didcot, Wallingford, Abingdon and Oxford have excellent cultural, shopping and leisure facilities. Abingdon and Oxford boast a wide range of both primary, preparatory and secondary private schools within reasonable travelling distance and the European School at Culham is 4 miles away.
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