- Within 4 miles to Didcot Parkway mainline station
- Delightful character home
- Double garage with accommodation above
- Situated at the end of a quiet lane
- Excellent commuter links to A34 and M4, (nearest A34 junction is less than 3 miles away)
- Generous living space
- Secluded gardens
- Less than 4 miles form Didcot and the Orchard shopping centre
Situated at the end of this no though road is this beautifully presented property offering many character features, secluded gardens, ample parking and an impressive double garage with guest bedroom and shower above. The property has been sympathetically extended over the years to no offer extensive living accommodation to include; entrance porch, entrance lobby, cloakroom, sitting room and lounge with open fireplaces, dining room, impressive kitchen with intergrated appliances, three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The double garage has a guest bedroom/bedroom 4 as well as a kitchen area and shower making this ideal for a teenager or when family visit. Outside the property there is a five bar gate to the front leading to a large gravel drive with access to the double garage. The gardens surround the house on three sides, facing south to the rear.
Upton is a small village of approximately 170 houses within the Vale of the White Horse in Oxfordshire. The village lies on a spring line on the edge of the North Wessex Downs, designated in 1972 as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, between the villages of Blewbury, East and West Hagbourne, Harwell and Chilton. Upton has a village hall and children's playground, both sited within a large recreation ground. There are plenty of active community groups. Upton benefits from being conveniently located with good commuter links both via road (A34 / M4) and rail (Didcot mainline is a short drive).
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