- NHBC Warranty
- Close To Didcot Parkway Station
- High Quality Flooring
- Quiet Road
- 50% Shared Ownership
- Allocated Parking
- Great Access to A34
- Kitchen Diner
- Two Double Bedrooms
*50% Share* A very well presented and spacious two bedroom semi-detached house situated in a quiet location on the Great Western Park development. Built by David Wilson Homes, walking distance to local shops and more amenities. Ideal first home or investment property.
Accommodation comprises of entrance hall, living room, storage cupboard, spacious kitchen diner, cloakroom and a rear entrance hall leading to the rear garden. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The rear of the property has a patio area which steps down to the lawned section of the garden with shed, to the side there is space for more storage and a side access gate leads to the driveway parking for 2 vehicles. The property has gas central heating and UPVC windows. You will be purchasing 50% with the remainder owned by SOHA. A monthly payment of £342.47 is required, this includes all service charges.
With a bright and exciting future, including everything you could possibly need for today's busy family lifestyles, Great Western Park near Didcot is a fantastic place to put down roots. Perfectly placed on the outskirts of Didcot, in an exciting new community with excellent transport links, this ideal place to call home is just 10 miles south of the historic university city of Oxford. Didcot owes its importance today to its excellent transport links, with the town now designated as one of the three major growth areas in Oxfordshire. Didcot Parkway connects directly to Oxford c. 12 minutes, Reading c. 15 minutes and London Paddington in under an hour.
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