Guide Price £540,000 Under Offer
  • Ample Parking
  • Private Cul-De-Sac Location
  • High Quality Flooring
  • Under Floor Heating
  • Larger Than Average Gardens
  • Bifold Doors
  • Close To Didcot Parkway Station
  • Near Playing Fields
  • Over Looking Open Green Space
  • New Build

Situated in a private lane and offering over 1800 sq ft of accommodation, underfloor heating, bifold doors, triple glazing and a large rear garden, is this stunning four bed detached overlooking open green space and ponds. This truly is a great family home!

Accommodation comprises of large bright entrance hall, study, living room, utility cloakroom, storage, 21ft long kitchen diner with integrated appliances and bifold doors leading to the rear 295 sq ft garden. Upstairs are four double bedrooms, with high quality built in wardrobes, a family bathroom and an ensuite to the master bedroom. The rear garden has two private patio areas with the remainder laid to lawn. Detached single garage as well as parking for three cars in front of the garage, with further visitor bays located nearby. The property has gas central heating and has triple glazed windows.

Situated in a private lane of only four bespoke homes on the outskirts of town whilst overlooking a large open green space and ponds. 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. Pillwort Lane is also situated to allow for easy access on to the A34.


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