Price £550,000 Under Offer
  • Three double bedrooms
  • West facing garden
  • Easy access to the station
  • Two bathrooms
  • Cul-de-sac location
  • Three reception rooms
  • Ample parking
  • High end kitchen with integrated appliances
  • 30" lounge/dining room

A detached modern family home with flexible living accommodation and conveniently situated at the end of this sought after cul de sac in the popular village of Cholsey. Just a shot walk to the station offering good commuter links to Reading, Oxford and London Paddington. Beautifully presented making this an ideal family home offering over 1400 square feet of accommodation, comprising four double bedrooms (three first floor and one ground floor), two bathrooms (bathroom and en-suite), impressive open plan kitchen with integrated appliances and Corian work-surfaces, 30' lounge/dining room with views down the west facing garden, utility room, family room/bedroom four, further reception room and cloakroom. Ample parking off road to the front of the property with access to the rear.

Cholsey is located to the south of Wallingford and is a bustling community with fantastic amenities. The village has a mainline railway station giving direct access to Reading, Oxford, and London Paddington. The A34 is 9 miles away, whilst the M4 can be accessed at junction 12 c.12 miles from the property. There is also a well-regarded Primary School and local shops including a Tesco express, pharmacy, butchers, and hair dressers. The village has many sports clubs including adult and children's football clubs, cricket club, golf society and much more, as well as easy access to open countryside and the Berkshire downs for those who enjoy walking.

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