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A modern family home in a cluster of only four link detached houses built in 2008 and still under the NHBC guarantee. The build has been carried out to a high standard and the layout well thought out with all rooms leading off from the inner hall. The house has been designed to make the most of natural light and has some feature floor to ceiling windows. To the ground floor there is under floor heating and oak flooring to the main rooms. The sitting room runs the length of the house and has a feature cast iron wood burning stove. The kitchen dining room has been well equipped with an array of integral appliances including coffee maker, microwave, steam oven, conventional oven & grill, dishwasher, ceramic hob and fridge freezer. The black gloss units have been finished with contrasting granite work surfaces. There is a utility room leading off from the kitchen where there is space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a useful study and downstairs cloak room.
On the first floor there is a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and fitted wardrobe, a further guest bedroom with ensuite shower room and fitted wardrobe, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom with a modern white bathroom suite.
Set in the valley of the River Ock the village first appears in records as early as 965 and is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 as belonging to Abingdon Abbey. Marcham is a small yet thriving village with local amenities including a pre-school and primary school, Denman College, a church, post office and village shop, a pub and is close to Abingdon with a wider range of shopping facilities. There are a further range of schools in both Oxford and Abingdon. Communications are excellent with the A34 giving access to the M40 and M4, approximately 3 miles away. Didcot Parkway station with a regular service to London Paddington, is approximately 8 miles away and Marcham is also well placed for the local stations of Radley and Culham.
The main garden lies at the rear of the house and is mainly laid to lawn enclosed by timber fencing and pretty well stocked planted beds. There is a pedestrian footpath leading down the side of the house giving access from front to back. To the front of the house there is an integral double garage with electrical roller door, additional off road parking and a small lawn.
Gas fired central heating underfloor downstairs radiators upstairs.
Four Bedrooms (2 ensuite)
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