In an established no through road comprising an aesthetically pleasing range of homes. There are pleasant walks to be enjoyed through nearby BBOWT (Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust) Nature Reserve. A regular public transport serves extends along Radley Road and there is easy access to a range of schools catering for all ages. There is a pedestrian walkway at the top of St. Peters Road, accessing a recreational/play park and leading through to a parade of shops at Peachcroft; catering for most every day needs. Radley village is within 2 level miles cycling distance and provides a branch line railway station, connecting to Oxford and Didcot Parkway, which in turn provides a regular mainline connection to London Paddington in as little as 46 minutes.
Abingdon is a thriving market town offering excellent access onto the nearby A34, connecting northbound to Oxford and the M40, southbound to the M4.
The title is currently unregistered.
Originally built in the 1930’s to a design incorporating very traditional features for its time.
The circa 95ft southerly rear garden enjoys a very open aspect given its proximity to the town centre, and affords a high level of privacy. Currently uncultivated, but with the potential to form a most attractive feature of the property.
The light and airy living space requires updating and provides multiple ways of extending, subject to the required planning consents.
NO ONWARD CHAIN
Material information to note: Freehold, standard construction brick and tiled roof house. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Offcom checker indicates Basic 10 Mbps to Ultrafast 1000 Mbps broadband is available at this postcode. Offcom checker indicates mobile availability is available with EE, O2, Vodafone and Three. The government portal generally highlights this area as a low risk of flooding.