Approached across a driveway, the property opens into a generous sized and light hallway. To the right is the sitting room which has bi-fold doors out to the rear garden. To the rear of the property is an impressive open plan kitchen-dining-living space with bi-fold doors also out to the rear garden and a tunnel fire that can be enjoyed from both this room and the sitting room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of modern wall and floor mounted units and includes a central island unit, integrated dishwasher and a range cooker. Beyond the kitchen is a further room, visible from the kitchen, which is currently used as a study. Linking the kitchen and the garage is a useful utility room with a door to the side of the property. A cloakroom completes the downstairs.
Stairs from the hall lead to the first floor where there is a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and 3 further bedrooms. A modern family Shower room and a bathroom which has previously been used as an ensuite to the master bedroom, complete the first floor.
A driveway to the front of the house provides parking for a number of cars and leads to the double garage which is accessed via an electrically operated door to the front and a personnel door into the utility room. The rear garden, which can be accessed from the front of the property via a side gate, provides a pleasant mix of decked seating areas, lawn and established planting.
The pretty village of Uffington lies on the edge of the Vale of the White Horse, just north of the Berkshire Downs and has a number of historical connections. Overlooking the village is the chalk White Horse, which was cut into the hillside some 3,000 years ago. The village boasts its own museum, the Thomas Hughes Museum - the author having been born in Uffington Vicarage - and the Poet Laureate, Sir John Betjeman also having lived in the village. Uffington has a majestic church regarded as the Cathedral of the Vale, a well-equipped village store with Post Office, a popular primary school and pre-school, together with a lovely traditional public house, village hall, community sports ground and a host of community organisations.
The village has good road links to Oxford (15 miles) and Swindon (11 miles) via the A420, with more local facilities and secondary schools available in the nearby market towns of Faringdon (6 miles) and Wantage (7 miles). Major rail links to London and the west are available from Swindon, Didcot and Oxford. The village is well positioned for a number of excellent independent schools such as St Hugh’s and Pinewood Prep schools, as well as Abingdon School, Our Ladies and St Helens & St Katharine’s, all of which are in Abingdon (15 miles).
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