- Off Street
- Gas Central
- Back Garden
- Rear Garden
- Ground Floor
- Three bedroomed family home
- End cul-de-sac location
- Off-street parking
- Upvc double glazing
- Recent new gas boiler
- Viewing essential
Tucked away towards the end of a cul-de-sac, this three bedroomed terraced house would make a great first family home with its generous living space, enclosed garden, garage and off-street parking. Very well presented throughout with sitting room and kitchen across the rear of the house and an integral garage which could easily be incorporated into the living space (subject to permision).
Benefiting from uPVC double glazed windows and doors as well as gas central heating with a recent new boiler, this is a MUST SEE property so call us today to arrange a viewing!
Council Tax; Band C
South Oxfordshire District Council
The village of Garsington lies approximately 5 miles to the southeast of Oxford, with a parish church dating back to 1160, many fine period houses, and more modern developments during the 1950s and '60s.
The local primary school is very well regarded, and the village hall provides a central point for community activities. The local pub serves excellent food, and there are playing fields for 'kids old and young' to 'run it all off.
For day to day shopping, Tesco and Aldi can be found just a mile or so away on the edge of Cowley and Wheatley is just a few minutes drive away with a supermarket on the edge of the village and a butchers and bakery in the centre.
The property is well positioned for local schools in Abingdon and Oxford. There are mainline rail services from Didcot Parkway to London Paddington in approximately forty five minutes and from Haddenham and Thame Parkway to London Marylebone in approximately forty minutes.
With the recent upsurge in cycling it is worth noting that Garsington is a great place to commute to Cowley and Oxford. In addition, the village is a great place from which to discover the countryside around us by bike.
Property Reference: 0111274