A substantial detached family home set in the heart of the popular village of Aston Tirrold, whilst still offering privacy and seclusion. The property offers five double bedrooms with accommodation in excess of 2,500 sq ft. The garden wraps around the property, and is over 100' in width, with electric gates, ample off street parking and a double garage. Available with no onward chain, the accommodation includes: Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, open plan kitchen/diner/family room, two studies, utility room, WC, five double bedrooms (two with en-suite), family bathroom and double garage. EPC Rating D.
Pendelm is situated in the heart of the pretty village of Aston Tirrold, among many period and character properties. The village, together with its twin Aston Upthorpe, was featured in the Domesday Book and is just 3 miles from the ancient Ridgeway Path and the Berkshire Downs. The Astons have a varied history, originating as a farming community, with a more recent high profile in the equestrian world, at one time housing multiple stud farms breeding race horses. It has three early churches, a pub, repairs garage, visiting post office as well as a good village hall and recreation ground which host many of the activities and clubs which thrive in this vibrant community. There are some fine schools nearby including Moulsford Prep School and Cranford House, and a wide choice of schools in and around Oxford and Abingdon including Cothill, Chandlings Manor, The Dragon, Abingdon School, Headington, St Edward's (Oxford) and Radley (near Abingdon). Wycombe Abbey Downe House, Bradfield and Pangbourne College are also within easy reach. South Moreton has a thriving primary school for the catchment of the Astons. Aston Tirrold has good access to the mainline railway station of Didcot (4 miles), with London Paddington accessible in under 45 mins. There are also frequent fast services to Oxford, Reading, Swindon and Bristol. The A34 is about 5 miles away connecting to the M4 and wider motorway network. The Thameside market town of Wallingford is just 3 miles distant, providing local shops including a Waitrose, pubs, restaurants and doctor’s, dentist’s and a community hospital. There are miles of outstanding walking and riding across the neighbouring Berkshire Downs. For further details please visit .
A hardwood front door leads into an entrance hall with doors to all accommodation. The sitting room is South facing, catching tremendous sunlight, with a feature cast iron open fireplace with tiled surround. The kitchen/dining/family room is a wonderful open plan space. The kitchen is fitted with a matching range of wall and base units, with granite worktops and breakfast bar, an integrated dishwasher and a gas range cooker, with a door to the side. The family space has French doors opening to the rear patio. The property also offers a front aspect dining room, and two additional rooms which could be used as a study, home office or play room. There is also a WC and utility room, with an additional sink, space and plumbing for appliances and a door to the side.
A turning staircase leads to the first floor landing. The master bedroom is front aspect, with a bay window and en-suite, fitted with both a bath and separate power shower. The guest bedroom is also front aspect, with a door into a Jack and Jill style en-suite shower room, which also services another rear aspect double bedroom. There are two additional double bedrooms, and a family bathroom fitted with a bath with shower over.
Electric timber gates open onto a gravelled drive with ample off street parking, leading to the garage. The front garden is lawned with a copper beech hedge, and it wraps around and continues to the rear. The rear garden is also laid to lawn, with a flagstone patio accessible from the house with a timber pergola. The rear garden is planted with multiple mature and flowering fruit trees, including apple, pear and plum, as well as a variety of other bushes and conifer hedge.
There is a detached brick built double garage with light and power and a pedestrian door at the side.
Local authority and services
South Oxfordshire District Council. Council Tax Band G. Mains water and drainage. Gas fired central heating with a new boiler replaced approximately one year ago.
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