- Circa 1/2 acre plot
- Westerly rear aspect
- Scope for enlargement (subject to consent)
- Detached double garage
- Gas fired central heating
- Sought after village
- Concealed location
- Handy for local amenities
- No onward chain
A rare opportunity to acquire a property with a large sunny garden in this sought after village, first time to the market since construction in 1994.
Orchard view is a substantial house (circa 2000 sq ft (186 sq m) with scope for extension situated in a plot circa of half an acre with westerly rear aspect.
The property is tucked away just off Main Street in a traffic free location in East Hanney and accessed via a gravel driveway hidden away from Main Street.
Note: The vendors intend to add an Overage/Uplift covenant for further details please contact Thomas Merrifield.
The accommodation comprises, large reception hall with cloakroom and stairs rising to first floor, sitting room with double aspect and fireplace with inset wood burning stove and French doors to, conservatory with door leading to rear garden, dining room with twin windows to front aspect, kitchen/breakfast room with window to rear aspect and door to, utility room with door leading to rear garden and door leading to, second cloakroom.
To the first floor, galleried landing leading to a large master bedroom with double aspect and en-suite, two further large bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside the gravel driveway leads to a detached double garage and front garden. There is gated side access either side of the property leading to the rear garden which is a particular feature of this property being laid mainly to lawn and benefitting from a westerly aspect.
East Hanney is a thriving village, three miles north of Wantage. The combined amenities of East and West Hanney include public houses, restaurants, community shop, post office, churches and St James C of E primary school. There are also a number of outstanding private schools locally. The village has excellent links via the A34 with the M40 to the north and the M4 to the south. Didcot railway station c.7.4 miles offers a fast service to London Paddington c.40 minutes. Regular bus service to Oxford Didcot and Wantage. The historic city of Oxford lies approximately 12 miles away and the nearby towns of Abingdon and Wantage provide facilities including supermarkets, independent shops, cafes, public houses, restaurants, leisure facilities and regular farmers market.