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On entering the property, to your left is a useful cloakroom that was once a shower room and offers potential to be restored as such. From the entrance hall you are greeted by a substantial light and airy sitting/dining room with an expanse of windows and bi-fold doors opening out onto the rear garden and stairs ascending to a galleried landing on the first floor. This versatile reception room also features a wood burning stove and flows well with the rest of the ground floor accommodation.
To the left of the sitting room/dining room is the double aspect study, which could also be used as a potential fifth bedroom. Beyond the study to the rear of the property is another reception room currently used as a media room with views over the rear garden. To the right of the property is the re-fitted kitchen with access to the integral garage and passage to the utility room which, in turn connects to the sitting room.
Upstairs is a family bathroom, three double bedrooms and a single bedroom. Bedroom two benefits from a fitted wardrobe and the master bedroom features both built in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room.
Sutton Courtenay is an attractive Thameside village with excellent local facilities including a village hall, primary school, local convenience stores and a post office, cricket and football pitches and three excellent public houses.
A comprehensive range of day to day facilities can be found in both Abingdon and Didcot and there are farmers' markets regularly held and many local farms that sell directly to the public from their own shops. Being so close to Abingdon, Sutton Courtenay is ideally located for its secondary schools and the European School, St Helen & St Katharine, Our Lady's and Abingdon School and Prep Schools including the Manor, Chandlings and Our Lady's Junior School, with the excellent schools of Oxford further afield. London is 45 minutes by train from Didcot Parkway and Oxford lies 10 miles to the north, with Abingdon three miles away.
Outside to the front the property has its own driveway with parking for a number of vehicles and access to the integral garage. A further garage is located in a block nearby. The rear gardens enjoy a southerly aspect and have been well maintained and landscaped. Immediately to the rear of the house bi-fold doors from the sitting room and a door from the kitchen open onto a terrace with stairs leading up to an expanse of lawn bordered with flower beds and trees.
Planning permission has been granted on the property to further extend both floors, ref no. P15/V1497/HH. There is a £100 annual charge for maintenance of the Nursery’s sewage/septic tank.
The property was flooded in July 2007 when the Ginge Brook overflowed. The owners have not reported any problems since.
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