OIEO £650,000 Available
  • Unique setting
  • Character
  • Four bedrooms
  • Walking Distance to the River Thames
  • Stunning Finish
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Close to Nearby Station
  • Excellent Commuter Links

Set in the beautiful listed buildings of Cholsey Meadows this stunning Grade II listed four bedroom home located in a tucked away position, in arguably the best location in the development. With no passing traffic there are striking views across the gardens towards the cricket pitch beyond.

With fabulous accommodation of over 2300 sq.ft. and beautifully finished by renowned developer, Thomas Homes, a delightful conversion of a former Victorian hospital built in 1870. The charming interior is full of period features, with high ceilings and sash windows. The property has four bedrooms and two bathrooms, three generous reception rooms and 17`5 fully integrated kitchen. The main bedroom and reception room offer an impressive bay window which provide a great deal of natural light with lovely views across the communal grounds and countryside beyond

To the front of the property is an enclosed courtyard area with flower borders, stocked with a variety of shrubs. The rear terrace garden has a paved patio area with gravel borders and is enclosed by wrought iron railings over looking the communal grounds. There is allocated private parking for two cars as well as ample visitor spaces. The communal grounds are private to the residents and are maintained by the management company with an annual charge which included building insurance. The historic parkland grounds include allotments, cricket green and pavilion. The grounds lead down to a nature reserve and the River Thames.

Cholsey Meadows is set in 100 acres of picturesque parkland leading down to the River Thames; there are fantastic communal facilities, such as a cricket pitch and pavilion, children`s play park, allotments and a communal hall which is available to residents for functions. Cholsey lies approximately three miles to the south west of Wallingford, originating from a tiny Saxon farming community to the thriving lively commuter village of today.

It features some excellent amenities and benefits greatly from the main line station access to London Paddington and Oxford. www.cholseypc.org offers much information on the village and its amenities, including a primary school, restaurants, services, transport and sporting facilities including the popular Barn Gym.



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