One of two individual detached homes set on a generous landscaped plot of approximately 1/4 of an acre abutting parkland to the rear. EPC Rating B
Covered porch leads into an entrance hall with staircase and cloaks area. The open plan kitchen/diner/family room is a stunning room which maximises the view over the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with a matching range of wall and base units, granite work tops with matching island, integrated appliances including double oven, hob, and dishwasher. There are twin sets of French doors onto the generous patio. The sitting room is double aspect with cast iron wood burner and French doors to the garden. Finally there is a front aspect study with walk in bay window, a generous utility room with door to the garage and a w.c. To the first floor, the master bedroom has French doors and Juliet balcony offering views over the garden and park beyond. An en-suite shower room with a large walk in double shower and twin sinks. The guest bedroom also has an en-suite shower room with Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware. There are two further double bedrooms and family bathroom. All of the bathrooms have underfloor heating.
Electric twin hardwood gates lead into a block paved driveway providing off road parking and access to the garage. Timber gate to the side leads to the rear. The rear garden is West facing and has been professionally landscaped by ‘’Creative Landscapes’’ (Chelsea flower show gold medallists), that includes a generous flagstone patio opening onto a lawned garden with pathway meandering through to gated access at the bottom onto the village park. There is a thoughtful selection of flower and shrub beds and borders throughout.
The village of South Stoke, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, lies on the River Thames between Goring-on-Thames and North Stoke in the southern-most part of Oxfordshire. Conveniently located within close proximity to Goring-on-Thames with is rail links to London (approx 45mins), Reading and Oxford. There is a regular bus service through the village to both Goring-on-Thames and historic Wallingford.
The M4 and M40 are each a 25-minute drive away. With no through-traffic South Stoke is truly “villagey” with a 13th century Anglican church, popular pub/restaurant, primary school, village hall, recreation ground with fully-equipped play area and village shop. Many musical, theatrical and social events are organised throughout the year. The WI, the bellringers and the angling society all flourish. The village has its own slipway to the river Thames for boating enthusiasts