OIEO £650,000 Under Offer
  • Located at the end of this sought after no through road
  • Secluded gardens
  • Ample parking
  • No chain
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Generous reception areas
  • Double garage

Situated at the end of this sought after road central to this historic village is this impressive four double bedroom detached property. Offering extremely light and airy accommodation with ample parking to the front and a private west facing rear garden and large patio. No onward chain.

Reception entrance hall, shower room, 21` living room with double doors leading into the garden, 16`11 family room/study/bedroom five with an open fire, 18` dining room, modern John Lewis kitchen with integrated Neff appliances, solid granite work surface and ample cupboard space, 21` utility and an integral double garage. Upstairs offers four well proportioned bedrooms, all with storage cupboards, the master bedroom has a spacious en-suite, and there is also an additional family bathroom.

A private and enclosed rear garden which has been tastefully landscaped with a large storage shed, raised beds contain a variety of perennial shrubs and plants. Access on both sides leading to a gated driveway allowing off road parking for three to four vehicles and access to the garage.

The riverside village of Dorchester-on-Thames has Roman origins and there is an Iron Age fort in the surrounding hills. The magnificent Abbey dates back to 635AD and is surrounded by water meadows and the rivers of Thame and the Thames, the village has featured in a number of TV series and films including Midsomer Murders. There is a local shop, fine pubs and hotels with restaurants, with the town of Wallingford, just 4 miles distant, providing more extensive facilities including a large Waitrose store. Dorchester is also served by a number of rail links: Didcot Parkway - 8 miles, Culham - 4 miles, and Oxford - 10 miles accessing London, Paddington in 44 minutes.

There are a good selection of state and private schools accessible including St Edwards and The Dragon at Oxford and Abingdon and Radley Schools, while The European School is within close proximity at Culham, and Dorchester itself has a village primary school. Also accessible is The Oratory School and Moulsford and Cranford House preps. There are miles of walking in the surrounding countryside and along the Thames Path and, of course, boating on the river Thames and on the Dorchester Sailing Club.

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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