The property forms part of a Grade II listed building and is believed to date back to the late 17th Century. It is beautifully presented throughout with the accommodation arranged over several floors comprising of a stunning kitchen/diner with exposed brick inglenook fireplace large lounge with wood burner original exposed timbers and three double bedrooms and family bathroom on the top floor. The property also features a cellar with utility space & cloakroom.
An additional bonus is the 2nd floor roof terrace accessible via the master bedroom giving the property a unique feature and pretty roof top views of neighbouring period properties.
The property offers a central town residence in Wallingford and 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.