This 1950s bungalow is well situated and has been lovingly maintained by the present owner. Situated close to a grocery store and nearby bus stops for Oxford and Swindon, Faringdon also has a community bus providing transport to the larger supermarkets and town centre shops.
The ground floor comprises a flexible arrangement of accommodation. A spacious sitting room has a brick fireplace with fitted gas fire. The adjacent room has been used as a dining room, but would also offer a generous double bedroom. There are two further double bedrooms with fitted furniture. Beyond one of these is a most attractive modern garden room with large roof lantern and double doors to the garden.
There is a well fitted bathroom including storage and a separate shower cubicle. The kitchen is big enough to accommodate a table for eating and includes all appliances. To the rear of this room is a double glazed conservatory, leading into the garden.
The gardens are mature and private. The front garden has been landscaped for low maintenance and includes a block paved driveway allowing parking for two cars and leading to a single detached garage with power and an electric door. The rear gardens are laid to two areas of patio with lawn and well stocked borders. These include a garden shed and greenhouse.
With double glazing throughout and no onward chain, this property is one worth seeing.
Amenities The historic market town of Faringdon, dating back at least to the 12th century, has a thriving community and amenities such as the Leisure Centre, Library, Faringdon Community College, Junior and Infant schools as well as The Old Station Nursery, doctors' and dentists' surgeries and a Family Centre. Buses travel from the town to private schools at Abingdon. The town now boasts three large supermarkets.
Faringdon is also ideally positioned for the A420, leading to the A34, M40 and M4 and mainline railway services from Swindon, Oxford, Oxford Parkway and Didcot Parkway. There is a frequent bus service through the town from Swindon to Oxford and back, linking to rail services and airports.
The Tower on Folly Hill was built by Lord Berners in 1935 and affords panoramic views across four counties. For over 20 years, the town has been twinned with Le Mêle-sur-Sarthe in France and in 2004, Faringdon became the first Fairtrade town in the South East of England.
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