- 3800 sq ft Detached Property plus Garage
- Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Garden Room
- Office with External Access
- Ground Floor One Bedroom Annex
- Five Double Bedrooms
- Large Garden to Three Sides of Property
- Large Garage
Home Farm, an attractive former farmhouse, is situated just off Charlton Village Road in a highly desirable location within easy reach of local schools and amenities.
This substantially and much-loved detached family home with annexe is offered for sale for the first time since it was built in 1963. Home Farm is located in a generous 0.65 acre of mature gardens which may have potential for further development (subject to the usual permissions)
This south-facing house provides spacious and well-proportioned accommodation. Approached via a private driveway, there is ample parking for several vehicles and a large (17ft x 29ft) attached garage.
At the front of the house an attractive porch leads into the hallway, from which leads both the sitting room and the dining room. The dual aspect sitting room features a Cornish Stone fireplace and French doors opening to the garden. The dining room leads into the kitchen with further utility and boot rooms at the rear of the house also giving access to the garden.
Stairs from the hallway lead to the first floor and also to the office (on the ground floor with its own separate entrance). The master bedroom suite has a dressing room and walk-in wardrobe. There are four further bedrooms and a storage room, a family bathroom and a separate shower room.
The integral one bedroom self-contained annexe is on the ground floor and has its own kitchen, en-suite bedroom and sitting room with access to both the main house and the garden.
Outside the house is surrounded on three sides by a delightful plantsman’s garden and offers areas of privacy and seclusion. Well laid out and mature, the garden features lawns, shrubs, herbaceous borders, fruit trees and a greenhouse. The large paved patio to the side of the house has direct access from the house via the sitting room.
Wantage is a historic town situated within the Vale of White Horse. The town is believed to date back to Roman times and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086. It is famed as the birthplace of King Alfred the Great. The town has a great community spirit and provides a wide range of facilities including supermarkets, independent shops, cafes, public houses, restaurants, leisure facilities, schooling for all ages as well as a market on a Wednesday and Saturday. Wantage has excellent commuting links via the A34 with the M40 in the north and the M4 in the south. Didcot c.9 miles offers a fast service to London Paddington c.40 minutes.