A beautifully presented and deceptively spacious home set on a quiet lane in the popular village of Watchfield.
Approached across a driveway, the front door leads into the large central hall. To the left is the kitchen/breakfast room which has recently been re-furbished to include a range of wall and floor mounted bespoke units by Mallers of Wantage, an integrated Samsung oven and combination oven/microwave and dishwasher. A door leads out to the rear garden. In the centre of the house is the large sitting room with a Fire Box fireplace and double doors out to the garden. To the right hand side is the study and a further room currently being used as a music room. A utility/cloakroom completes the ground floor.
Stairs from the hall lead to the first floor where there is a master bedroom with ensuite shower room and a second very spacious bedroom with the potential to be subdivided. Two further bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the first floor.
Outside to the front is a garden and paved driveway providing parking for a number of cars. Attached to the property is a garage which is accessed to the front via a set of double timber doors. The garage can also be accessed from the garden via a personnel door.
To the rear of the house is the south facing garden providing a pleasant mix of lawn, paved seating areas and established planting.
Watchfield is a charming village with a church, village hall, public house and primary school. There are a small range of shops to the north of the village and a larger selection within the adjoining village of Shrivenham. On the western edge is The Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, providing post-graduate level education for UK and overseas military personnel.
The nearby market town of Faringdon provides a further range of amenities including primary and secondary schools, Waitrose, Aldi and Tesco supermarkets, a leisure centre and numerous other facilities. The area is served well for private education with St Hugh’s and Pinewood Prep schools both within 10 miles. A regular No.S6 bus service runs between Oxford and Swindon calling through Watchfield.
Watchfield is just south of the A420 which leads directly to Swindon (5 miles) to the west and Oxford (15 miles) to the east, where main road and rail links can be found.
From Faringdon head west on the A420 towards Swindon, at the roundabout turn left signposted to Watchfield and follow the road straight over the next roundabout passing the Defence Academy on the left. Continue on this road until a turning on the right is signposted to Watchfield Village. Having taken this turning, follow the road north and take the 4th turning on the left into Chapel Hill. The road bears round to the left into Oxford Square and No. 23 can be found on the left hand side.
Strictly by appointment only.
Vale of the White Horse District Council
Services & Tenure
The property benefits from mains water, electricity, gas and sewerage. The property is heated centrally by gas. The tenure of the property is believed to be Freehold.
Reference: 13556542 EAID:3552051449 BID:461801