High Street, Dorchester-on-Thames, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 7HH | Property for sale | Savills
1,252 sq ft(116.31 sq m)
Guide price £795,000

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

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Very attractive, 3 bedroom village house
  • Beautifully renovated throughout
  • Stunning kitchen/dining room
  • Wonderfully light accommodation
  • Sunny terrace and attractive front garden

Beautiful three bedroom house in the heart of Dorchester on Thames.

About this property

  • The house has been beautifully renovated to a very high standard. Fitted with a beautiful kitchen and bathroom featuring high end appliances, fixtures and fittings and Clearview wood burning stoves fitted to all reception rooms in the house.

    The house is situated on the High Street directly opposite Dorchester Abbey. Set back behind a formal front garden, the front door opens to a lovely central hall with fireplace, wood panelled walls and bookcase. The kitchen, just beyond, has a stunning oak framed glass extension, with south and easterly aspects, opening to the courtyard garden. Bespoke painted wooden cupboards feature alongside a five-door electric dual control electric Aga and Miele integrated appliances. A small utility room with clever door storage sits just off. The lovely square sitting room features a beautiful limestone fireplace surround with views towards the Abbey. A cloakroom is situated just off the hall. Stairs rise to three bedrooms, two with pretty Victorian fireplaces. The principal bedroom has a Carrera marble en suite shower room. Bedroom three is presently used as a dressing room but would easily revert to a bedroom. The family bathroom has separate bath and shower.

    The house has an enclosed courtyard garden. There is the option for vehicular access from the High Street via high wooden gates, should it be required.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

This lovely house has curb appeal in spades. I love the view into the village from the front windows and the hidden sunny terrace to the rear.

Charles Elsmore-WickensProperty agent

Local information

  • Historic Dorchester-on-Thames lies within a conservation area and is a thriving and active village. There are fishing and sailing clubs on the lakes, football and cricket clubs, tennis courts, three pubs, village hall, shop, the Abbey and Catholic church and primary school. Nearby market towns, Abingdon and Wallingford, amply provide for everyday shopping, educational and leisure requirements. Oxford City Centre only a twenty-minute drive away.
  • Footpaths and bridleways abound, both along the Thames and towards Wittenham Clumps. The Hurst, a meadow and The Dykes, an ancient fortification, are owned by the village.

Additional information

  • Services
  • All mains services connected. Gas central heating
  • Fibre broadband.
  • Local Authority
  • South Oxfordshire District Council
  • Band D
  • Photographs taken and brochure prepared June 2023
  • Directions: From Oxford take the A4074 to Henley. Pass through Nuneham Courteney. At the second roundabout, turn right to Abingdon and Dorchester. Take first left for Dorchester. After one mile turn right onto High Street. Continue through the village and No 3 is on the right opposite the Abbey.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: D