- A classically elegant, detached house with spacious and well planned accommodation
- Large kitchen with adjoining breakfast/family room opening onto sunny garden
- Double drawing and sitting room with French doors onto the garden terrace
- Separate dining room
- Grand, double height, entrance hall with central staircase and galleried landing
- Master bedroom with ample wardrobes and en-suite
- Guest bedroom with wardrobe and en-suite
- Three further double bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Double garage with large gravelled area for guest parking
A distinctive five bedroom detached family residence built by Berkeley Homes overlooking a village green forming part of a gated development in the popular, historic Thameside village of Sutton Courtenay.
This handsome house of classic proportions is arranged over two floors with stylish architectural features and lofty ceilings. The grand, stone floored entrance hall is light and airy with a double height ceiling, with statement gothic window and galleried landing. There are three to four elegant reception rooms. The light breakfast/family room and double drawing room both have French doors onto the garden terrace and the accommodation is arranged to provide very comfortable yet practical living. The dining room is also a good sized room which could also be used for other purposes. Five double bedrooms and three bathrooms provide excellent upstairs accommodation.
There are delightful, sheltered gardens being partly terraced. There is rear access to the house through the garden and a pergola of wisteria. The double garage is at the back of the house with a large gravelled area for guest parking.
The historic village of Sutton Courtenay has been listed in the Sunday Times top 50 commutable villages. Situated on the River Thames, its parish church dates back to Norman time and the village boasts many fine historical houses. The village is served by a post office, two local shops and three public houses near the village green.
Didcot Parkway (4 miles) mainline railway, connects to London Paddington in approximately 40 minutes, Reading in 14 minutes and Oxford 15 minutes. Appleford (2 miles) and Culham (3 miles) are also on this mainline. The picturesque market town of Abingdon on Thames is approximately 3 miles away. Well known schools nearby include the Manor Preparatory School, Abingdon Prep and Abingdon School, School of St Helen and St Katharine and Our Lady’s, Radley College, along with Cothill, Chandlings, the Europa School at Culham, Headington, St Edward’s, Oxford High, The Dragon and other Oxford schools. In addition, Sutton Courtenay has a thriving primary school.