Rosemead is a perfect example of a detached period home with a wealth of character features including brick inglenook fireplaces and exposed timbers. The property has been sympathetically redecorated and upgraded by the current owners with a subtle mixture of traditional and contemporary styles. The light and airy accommodation is arranged over three floors and consists of a farmhouse style kitchen breakfast room, laundry/utility room, cosy snug with wood burner, elegant sitting room with inglenook fireplace, sun room and rear hall/office.
The first floor can be accessed from two separate staircases and offers three good size bedrooms and a family bathroom with separate shower. To the second floor there is an entire bedroom suite comprising a bedroom with vaulted ceilings, dressing room and an ensuite bathroom.
Harwell provides good everyday amenities and includes a primary school. The village lies approximately 7 miles south of Abingdon and 3 miles west of Didcot. Communications are excellent by rail and road via the A34, M4 and M40 and by rail via Didcot Parkway Station (3 miles) which provides a fast service to London (Paddington approximately 45 minutes). Oxford, Reading, Swindon and Newbury are all within easy driving distance. There is an excellent choice of private and secondary schools in nearby Abingdon and Oxford.
There is pedestrian access to the front via a picket gate leading to a front garden, enclosed partly by a low brick wall and a pathway leading to the front door and enclosed porch. To the rear of the property is a driveway accessed via two five bar gates offering parking for several cars and leading to the integral garage which could be converted, subject to the necessary consents. The walled rear garden incorporates a secluded terrace ideal for outdoor entertaining and a garden mainly laid to lawn.
Kitchen breakfast/dining room