A stunning five bedroom detached barn style house built in 2017 by Belmark Homes situated on a small cluster of four unique houses in the wonderful village of Childrey.
This immaculately presented house is lit up by an abundance of natural light throughout with its floor to ceiling windows. On the ground floor is a vaulted entrance hall with a galleried landing, a beautiful oak staircase and a stylish downstairs WC. There is a generous study overlooking the front, a 21 ft dual aspect lounge with sliding doors to the rear garden and a feature wood burning stove. The dining room has another wood burning stove and sliding doors to a patio area with views over the garden. On the west side of the house is the open plan kitchen, dining and family room with views over the rear and side gardens. There is a spacious utility room giving access to the triple garage and there is also a walk in pantry. The bespoke kitchen has a large island with stone worktops, three eye level ovens, an integrated fridge, freezer and a dishwasher.
On the first floor are five double bedrooms, three of these have stylish ensuites and all have built in storage. There is a further family bathroom with bath and shower.
The property also benefits from underfloor heating, a pressurized hot water system, Mitsubishi Ecodan air source heat pumps and air conditioning in the kitchen and three of the bedrooms. There is also a hard wired security system. High specification materials have been used in the construction of this home including Michelmersh bricks, Siberian larch cladding, Velfac aluminum windows, doors and stainless steel drain pipes.
To the front of the property is a large gravel driveway that provides ample parking, there is a side garden that has the heating and cooling systems fenced away. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a large patio area which is perfect for entertaining.
Mains water, drainage, electricity and air source heat pumps.
pretty village of Childrey has a thriving village store and coffee shop. Close
to the historic market town of Wantage. 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 offers schooling for all ages, a
range of shopping and leisure facilities, 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.
Locally there are an array of excellent walks,
riding routes and sports facilities such as Frilford Heath golf club and
The local area is renowned for its excellent choice of schools including Abingdon
School, St Helen & St Katherine, St Hughs Preparatory school and Radley