Guide Price £695,000 Under Offer
  • Extensive detached bungalow
  • Mature front and rear gardens
  • Popular village location
  • Four/Five bedrooms
  • Parking for numerous vehicles
  • Easy access to Didcot Parkway Station

Situated within this sought after road in the centre of this popular South Oxfordshire village is this four/five bedroom detached bungalow with mature south facing rear gardens and ample parking to the front. Accommodation comprises; reception entrance hallway, four/five double bedrooms (two have en-suites), 19' kitchen with integrated appliances leading to a dining room, 22' lounge with doors overlooking the south facing rear gardens, family bathroom, utility room, inner lobby. Full gas central heating and double glazed windows and doors thoughout. To the front there is a five bar gate leading to large gravel drive and mature gardens. The rear garden is south facing with a large lawn and patio area, wooden storage shed and brick storage facility.

Blewbury is a popular Oxfordshire village which benefits from many beautiful period houses. The village has a historic centre with a beautiful Norman church, village primary school and two public houses. There is also a green grocers/ garden centre, post office, petrol station with convenience shop. Located on the edge of the Berkshire Downs, Blewbury has access to excellent walking and riding country. The attractive market town of Wallingford is just over 6 miles away providing all daily amenities and services including a large Waitrose, hospital, doctors and dental surgeries and several good restaurants. Whilst Didcot is only 4 miles away and offers a comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities including Sainsbury's and the Orchard shopping centre, the new Cornerstone Arts Centre and a health club together with Didcot main line station, providing a regular fast train service to London Paddington in 45 minutes. The A34 is 4 miles away and provides good access to Oxford and Abingdon together with connections to the M4 (Jct 13) to the south and the M40 (Jct 9) to the north.

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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