Savills | Manor Farm Road, Dorchester-on-Thames, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 7HZ | Property for sale
3,571 sq ft(331.76 sq m)
Guide price £1,900,000

Manor Farm RoadDorchester-on-Thames, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 7HZ

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in June 2022
  • Beautiful landscaped south facing walled garden
  • Magnificent principal suite with dressing area and en suite
  • Substantial loft space which offers scope for further development (s.t.p.p)
  • Popular village

A stunning detached Cotswold Stone home set in the heart of Dorchester-on-Thames with a south facing garden.

About this property

  • 6 Manor Road was built in 2015 to the highest of standards by the current owners. This exceptional home offers the perfect modern space for individuals or a growing family, with 10 foot ceilings throughout, an abundance of natural light and an exceptionally manicured garden. It is the epitome of modern, luxurious living, boasting neutral tones, sleek lines, a contemporary sound systems, a Rako lighting system and underfloor heating throughout.

    Entering through the large oak porch you arrive in the entrance hall. Here the over-sized tiled floor and light filled space gives access to the majority of rooms on the ground floor as well as a beautiful, bespoke Oak stair case rising to the first floor. There is access to a shoe & coat storage cupboard along with a cloakroom and an internal door to the garage.

    The sitting room/snug has a pleasant dual aspect view and engineered wide plank premium oak flooring. This stunning space provides the perfect place for flexible entertaining or family time. Double bespoke timber & glass doors lead from the hall into the open plan kitchen/dining/living room where there is engineered oak and tiled floor with underfloor heating.

    Alongside the dining area, the focal point to the room is the floor to ceiling bespoke sliding glass doors which draw yours eyes to the rear limestone terrace and garden beyond. The hand painted country kitchen has beautiful, oak lined wall & base units along with built in fridge & freezer, full height wine fridge, dishwasher and Britannia dual gas six burner and griddle Range cooker. The large, granite topped island with breakfast bar, offers the perfect space for socialising or preparing meals.

    The cosy living/family room with its Clear View wood stove and large painted fitted entertainment unit benefits from timber & glass patio doors, allowing the space to open onto the garden. There is an adjoining walk-in pantry with shelving. From this large reception space, there is access to the study and utility room. The study has fitted oak desks and storage. The utility room has been meticulously designed with country living in mind. There is space for the washing machine & tumble dryer and there is a selection of good sized storage cupboards and an extra sink. There is a pet shower, boot storage and walnut bench area and a door leading to the garden.

    Once on the first floor there is access to all of the bedrooms. You enter the principal bedroom through double doors to access the stunning spacious living area with large sash windows and views over the rear garden and the historic Dorchester rooftops beyond. It also includes a seating area and a modern landscape gas fireplace with floor to ceiling porcelain tile surround. From here you have access to the walk in dressing room and elegant en-suite, which is fully tiled and has a very generous walk in shower along with a standalone tear drop bath tub, a double sink and plenty of storage.

    The further four double bedrooms are serviced by 2 en suites, accessed from the bedrooms. ‘Jack & Jill' style en suites and have either built in storage cupboards or walk-in wardrobes. A final door from the landing leads through to a staircase with goes up to the second floor loft room. This is used as a useful storage area, but, subject to the usual planning consents, there should be scope to develop this space further into either further bedrooms with a bathroom or a further reception space.

    Outside

    The outside is accessed through a cotswold stone wall which opens onto the gravel driveway. There is sufficient parking for several vehicles as well as double timer doors which open to the garage. There are various mature flowerbeds bordering the property, all supplied with a timed irrigation system.

    A stone wall and limestone side path leads you to the back garden through a bespoke oak moon gate. The beautifully landscaped rear garden is of a southerly aspect and is enclosed with a mixture of bulbs, plants, trees and evergreen hedging. The mixture of plants, shrubs and hedging have been well manicured along with the lawn. There is a cedar storage shed and wood store along with a sizeable patio area which gives a great space for alfresco dining.

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A stunning bespoke home set in the heart of this popular village. With easy access to the local amenities, village school and ample country walks!

Margaret ConnertyProperty agent

Local information

  • Dorchester-on-Thames is a beautiful village within a conservation area. It has a co-op, pubs and hotels. Dorchester is well known for its 12th century Abbey, and the long curved bridge built in 1815 spanning the willow-lined River Thame.
  • The nearby Thameside town of Wallingford has a Waitrose store, along with variety of shops, restaurants and pubs together with a monthly Farmer's market, a cinema and theatre. Communications are excellent, with access to the M4 at Theale, M40 at Lewknor and A34 to Newbury and Oxford. Didcot Parkway station is within close proximity with a regular service to London, Paddington.
  • Sporting facilities in the area include golf at Huntercombe, the Springs, Frilford, Aston Hill, Weston Turville, Temple, Badgemore Park, Henley-on-Thames and the Oxfordshire Golf Club at Thame. There is racing at Ascot, Windsor and Newbury, and polo at Smiths Lawn.
  • There are a number of schools in the area with excellent repute, including Chandlings Manor, The Dragon, The European School; Radley; Abingdon School, St Helen's & St Katharines, St Edwards, Headington, Oxford High School, Eton College and Doverbrooksand Queen Annes many of which can be accessed by school bus routes.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Henley-on-Thames leave on the Fairmile towards Oxford (A4130) continuing through Nettlebed to the Crowmarsh Gifford roundabout. Take the third exit signposted to the A4074 to Oxford and, at the next roundabout, proceed straight across. Upon reaching the Shillingford roundabout, take the second exit, again signposted A4074. Proceed out of Shillingford and take the first left hand filter lane towards Dorchester. Having driven over the bridge and heading into the village, take the right hand turn into Queen Street. Then take the first right into Manor Farm Road; the property can be found on the right.
  • EPC Rating = B
  • Tenure = Freehold