Damson Trees, Shrivenham, Oxfordshire, SN6

£375,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED three bedroom semi-detached home, with the ADDED BENEFIT of a fully insulated work from home OFFICE with power and drainage. Just a few minutes' walk from Shrivenham High Street.

This beautifully presented home is set in a quiet area of Shrivenham and within walking distance of the local High Street.

The property opens into an entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor. The living room is situated at the front of the property and features an open fireplace. The dining room is of a good size and has French doors leading to the rear garden. Adjacent to the dining room is the kitchen which has a good range of fitted units with inbuilt, oven, hob and fridge.

To the first floor the master bedroom benefits from inbuilt wardrobes providing excellent storage, two further well-proportioned bedrooms and a re-fitted family bathroom complete the internal accommodation.

Externally, the property has a well maintained garden to the front along with driveway parking which extends to the side of the property. Gates open towards the garage, which has been converted to provide a fully insulated work from home space, benefitting from power, lights and water. A side gate leads through to the large rear garden, which is 100 feet in length and has been beautifully landscaped. A lovely patio area leads to a low maintenance artificial grassed area with garden shed. A couple of steps lead up to the top garden which is mainly laid to lawn with box hedging and a gravel area. The top of the garden has a hard standing which could be used for further sheds or an additional patio area.

SHRIVENHAM

Shrivenham is one of the larger villages within the Vale of the White Horse and without question one of the most desirable in the area. The village is located circa 5 miles to the north east of Swindon and circa 5 miles to the south west of the market town of Faringdon. The village is ideally located for access to the M4 (8 minutes away) and the A420 leading to Oxford and beyond. The village itself has an extremely active community and a bypass built in 1984 ensures that Shrivenham's rural atmosphere is preserved. There is a lovely tree lined high street with shops, restaurants, public houses, a doctors' surgery, chemist, garage (for servicing and MoTs) village primary school, nursery and impressive Church, which has parts dating back to the 11th Century. There is a frequent bus service through the village from Swindon to Oxford and back, linking to rail services and airports.

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