An imaginative and refined conversion of a Grade II listed Thameside Wharf Building, tucked away in a mews style courtyard setting of considerable character within Abingdon’s historic town centre.
An internal inspection is essential to enable the many splendid attributes associated with this one of kind home to be fully appreciated. This represents a sophisticated and extremely well-appointed residence providing a compelling range of practical lifestyle and contemporary features, quietly tucked away in a courtyard setting in the historic heart of Abingdon. The accommodation is somewhat larger than its appearance would suggest, all of which is complemented by a high level of specification throughout. Both bedrooms have ample wardrobe/storage space as does the mezzanine floor. In addition to the advantage of a garage situated directly opposite the property with flexible storage room over, there are communal external areas including a small walled courtyard garden, access to the River Thames with tethering rights for a small boat and a covered area ideal for alfresco dining adjacent to and overlooking the River Thames.