High Street, Dorchester-on-Thames, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 7HP | Property for sale | Savills
1,993 sq ft(185.16 sq m)
Excess of £600,000

High StreetDorchester-on-Thames, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 7HP

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Presented to the market with no onward chain
  • Good sized East facing garden
  • Potential to renovate and extend (s.t.p.p)
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Off street parking on driveway

Four bedroom bungalow, with potential for further improvements, subject to the usual consents.

About this property

  • Red Tiles is a four bedroom detached bungalow, set back from the road, in the sought after village of Dorchester-on-Thames. The property was formally used as a mission hall and later a baby clinic, then became a family home in the 1950s. The property is in need of modernisation and offers an excellent opportunity subject to the usual consents.

    The accommodation consists of an entrance hall and sitting room with a wood burner set within a tiled fireplace and a bay window overlooking the front driveway. Following on, there is a dining room with a serving hatch through to the kitchen, a study and garden room with a sliding door opening out on to the patio and access to the second family bathroom. The kitchen/breakfast room offers access to the rear patio and garden through French doors. Completing the accommodation there are four double bedrooms and a further family bathroom.

    Outside
    Red Tiles sits on a plot of approx. 0.25 acres. There is a large driveway with ample parking for five cars. There is access to the rear garden through a side gate next to the garage. The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn, with mature shrubs and bushes around the boarder. There is a paved patio area off the garden room and kitchen.

    Completing the outside space there is a garage with power and light. There is potential to develop and extend the property subject to the usual consents.

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I love the potential Red Tiles offers! With its generous East facing garden and in the sough after location of Dorchester-on-Thames.

Claire SingletonProperty 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 all the way through the village, continue down the High Street and the property will be found on the right.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F