The Park, Harwell, Didcot, Oxfordshire, OX11

£500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
The property has been exquisitely renovated to an exceptionally high standard. It possesses a wealth of period features with exposed beams and stonework, vaulted ceilings to the bedrooms, thumb latch doors and an inglenook fireplace. All ground floor rooms have oak flooring with the exception of the bathroom. The fully fitted kitchen has bespoke units, a range of integrated appliances, exposed stonework and a Belfast sink.

A rear atrium lobby leads to an immaculate bathroom and a mezzanine area that would work well as a snug or dressing room and could be converted into a third bedroom.

The sitting room has an inglenook fireplace and leads to a study area with an oak staircase with two double bedrooms on the first floor. The study and staircase also have vaulted ceilings with exposed structural timber. Bedroom 1 has a beautiful original elm boarded floor.

The property has been completely rewired and re-plumbed with gas fired central heating. Network cabling has been installed to permit the installation of networked security cameras. Hard wired smoke detectors are fitted in every room.

The garden, (approximately 1/3 acre) consists of lawn and planted areas surrounded by mature trees.

Planning permission has been granted for the rebuilding of the roadside wall, in brick, with new gates to provide access to a parking area at the rear of the property.

The property is located in the village of Harwell, which is well served by a host of local amenities including local shop/newsagent, butchers/general groceries, primary school, Little Pippins preschool, St Matthews Church, The Hart of Harwell public house, recreation grounds and a number of sports clubs. There are excellent additional schools in Abingdon and Oxford. There is also a useful bus services to Oxford city centre and Didcot train station. Wantage and Didcot provide a comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities including supermarkets, health clubs and the Cornerstone Arts Centre. Furthermore, Didcot railway station provides a fast service to London Paddington in approximately forty five minutes. The A34 provides good access to Oxford and Newbury and the M4 (Jct 13) to the south and the M40 (Jct 9) to the north.

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John D Wood

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