Ilges Lane, Cholsey

£350,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Description

The property is situated up Ilges Lane in a sought after road in Cholsey village a short stroll to the local shops, hairdressers and cafe. Also within an easy walk of Cholsey station and the local primary school. Approaching 1300 sq ft of accommodation a 16ft fitted kitchen, downstairs bathroom and 22ft 6 living room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms including a master bedroom with en-suite and a fourth room on the second floor (with some reduced head height).

Outside

Parking is at the side of the property for a couple vehicles on the driveway. The rear garden is fenced off and is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area.

Location:

Cholsey lies approximately three miles to the south west of Wallingford. Historic information records the original tiny Saxon farming community to the thriving lively commuter village of today. There is excellent parks and an active local community served by ?The Forty` magazine. There is a local enthusiasts Cholsey and Wallingford Railway running between the two locations (known locally as The Bunk because the locomotive twice left the coaches behind and `did a bunk`). Agatha Christie is undoubtedly the most famous Cholsey inhabitant and is buried at the local church.

Today the village is a thriving one, and benefits greatly from the main line railway station offering direct access to London Paddington in approximately 50 minutes, 20 minutes to Reading and Oxford. Cholsey is also with convenient access to both the M4 & M40. The village offers a selection of amenities including various shops including a Tesco Express, An excellent butchers, hairdressers, Chinese and Indian restaurants and a Primary School. The centre of Wallingford is approximately 3 miles way offering a further selection of amenities

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Winterbrook Estate Agents

Winterbrook Estate Agents, 23 St Martins Street, Wallingford, Oxon,

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