- Extensive living space to over 1700 square feet
- 20" fully integrated kitchen/Dining room with island
- Popular residential road within Didcot
- Good commuter links
- Generous front and rear gardens
- Self contained garden room/studio
- 3/4 bedrooms - all doubles
This extended three double bedroom semi detached house is conveniently located on one of Didcots most popular roads. Since purchasing in 2012 the owners have made vast improvements making this an ideal family home with flexible living spaces as well as a self contained office/gym.
Accommodation comprises; reception entrance hallway, first floor shower room with under floor heating, utility room, study/bedroom four, family room, lounge with vaulted ceiling, bi-fold doors and under floor heating, fully integrated kitchen dining room with central island, ceiling lantern and under floor heating. On the first floor you will find three double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property is set back from the road with a large gravel driveway offering parking for numerous vehicles. The rear garden measure over 80' feet with a large decking area with steps down to a good lawn leading to the self contained garden room which can be used as a gym or home office.
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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