Forming part of a converted Victorian Grammar School is an impressive Four bedroom Town House at the heart of Wallingford.
This Grade II listed period property is smartly presented and offers high ceilings, large rooms and plenty of natural light through its southerly facing tall windows. It also has the practical advantages of allocated parking and a garage.
To the front of the property is a beautiful red brick archway and porch leading into the main hallway. To the right is the family and dining room with gas fireplace, large windows and wood flooring. To the rear of the property is the modern kitchen with built in appliances and back door into the garden. There is also a large utility/store room which has previously been used as a home office with access into the garden too.
On the 1st floor are two good sized double bedrooms, a w/c and the main sitting room offering another fireplace, an abundance of light from its twin windows and roof top views across Wallingford.
On the top floor are two further double bedrooms including the principle bedroom with large ensuite shower room. There is also a family bathroom which is also a good size and finished with a modern white suite.
The garden offers a lawn and patio area as well as a shed and gated access to the parking behind. The property also comes with its own garage in a block a short distance from the house and visitor parking is available too. Upkeep of the communal grounds and rest of the development is taken care of by the management company as part of the service and maintenance charges.
Walter Bigg Way is positioned just off the main road and is a stones throw from the town. The development forms part of the conversation which included the Old Grammer School and new build apartments completed in 2003. Wallingford itself is positioned on the banks of the River Thames, equidistant between Oxford and Reading. The town dates back to medieval times with its own Castle ruins, access to open countryside and popular market place along with independent shops, as well as handy convenience stores including Waitrose, Lidl and lots of restaurants and cafés.