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This home blends contemporary design with an array of traditional features and materials to create a comfortable family home. The current owners have taken great care in maintaining original Edwardian elegance and more formal rooms complemented by balance of modern day features, including Sonos / BOSE sound systems and Cat 6 wiring.
The property benefits from sash double glazed windows, high ceilings, original fireplaces with wood burners and an elegant oak staircase with oak wood flooring through majority of rooms. The principle reception rooms consist of dining room, drawing room and family room, all are well proportioned, light and airy and have immense style and elegance.
The large entrance hall leads into inner hallway with staircase to the first floor and doors to main rooms, a downstairs cloakroom and family room currently used as media room. The large stunning kitchen breakfast room is the heart of this home with French doors along the length of one wall giving direct access to garden. The kitchen blends the modern and traditional, the formal and relaxed with granite wood surfaces, Charles Yorke bespoke oak units, 4 door gas Aga oven and original servant’s bells still in working order in addition to 110-year-old dresser. Far reaching views towards Wittenham Clumps command attention from the kitchen, dining room, drawing room and boot room all with direct access to garden.
To the first floor there are five large double bedrooms, two are en-suite and three share the family bathroom all with delightful views. Of particular note is the master bedroom with bespoke oak panelled wardrobes with an integral door leading to luxury en-suite bathroom with double sinks, jacuzzi bath and separate walk in rain shower. In addition, the master bedroom offers access to private balcony together with wonderful views over the countryside towards Wittenham Clumps and beyond.
Warborough has an idyllic village green, cricket ground and pavilion, the pretty thatched Six Bells public house, tennis courts and has convenient access to the church, village hall, primary school and village shop with Post Office. The nearest town is the historic town of Wallingford which offers an extensive range of amenities. There is good access to the M40 and A34 and Didcot offers excellent rail links to London Paddington within the hour, as does Thame with rail services to London Marylebone.
The property is accessed via an in-and-out gravel driveway which offers parking for several cars as well as a garage. The rear south-facing garden is part enclosed with post and rail fencing bordered with maturing holly hedging. The garden which is mainly laid to lawn also benefits from a raised substantial contemporary decked terrace with glass balustrade, floodlit at night, which is ideal for outdoor entertaining, benefiting from a spectacular location and can be accessed via the French doors from the kitchen breakfast room, drawing room, dining room and boot room.
SERVICES: Cat 6 wiring, Sonos and Bose sound system, mains gas, electricity and drainage.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
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