You enter into the bright hallway with a handy door through to the garage on your right. Continuing anti clockwise from the hall, next is the ground floor utility room and with access to the enclosed conservatory / terrace, with sliding doors so you can open it up in the summer. There is a downstairs bathroom, and two bedrooms both with built in wardrobes, giving you potential to turn this floor of the house into an annexe for an elderly relative or guests. On the first floor is the extremely light and spacious triple aspect sitting room, with a gas fire and doors that lead out onto another open terrace, with views over the marina. You continue through to the dining room and there is a cloakroom on your left. The dining room looks out over the front of the house, and opens into the kitchen that has built in appliances, a gas hob, and overlooks the marina. Continuing up to the top floor, to your left you find the master bedroom with built in wardobes and bedside tables, en suite and a Juliette balcony looking out over the marina. To your right you find another double aspect bedroom, which is currently being used as a study, and has built in bookshelves and a desk. There is also a useful cupboard that the present owners use as a wardrobe.
Situation The historic town of Abingdon on Thames boasts a wide range of shops and amenities including both 'Waitrose' and 'Tesco' supermarkets. Sports and recreation are also well catered for, with many sporting clubs and associations in the town, as well with the purpose built White Horse Leisure and Tennis Centre, Tilsley Park and the Southern Town Park, providing a range of facilities.
Communication links are excellent with frequent bus services into Oxford. The A34 leads to Oxford and both the M4 and M40 motorways, and onto the national motorway network. Radley station has a commuter service into Oxford and Didcot, which has a fast train service into London Paddington in approximately 45 minutes.
Schooling in the area is excellent with Abingdon prep, The Manor prep, Abingdon School, St Helen and St Katherine, Radley College and Our Lady's Abingdon as well as the many highly regarded independent schools in Oxford.
Outside There is a substantial driveway to the front of the house that can take six cars. At the side there is a store, which allows access through to the large 42ft long mooring and conservatory at the back of the house. The rear of the house faces West, with lovely views over the marina.
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