Malthouse Lane, Dorchester-on-Thames | Price Guide, £525,000


A delightful cottage, part of this small courtyard development in the centre of the village with a secluded garden, parking space and a detached barn/garage. The attractive accommodation features a hallway, cloakroom, sitting room with log stove, dining room, conservatory and a kitchen whilst the first floor has 2 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The village’s amenities are all in close proximity and there is good road access to both Reading and Oxford.

A delightful cottage, part of this small courtyard development in the centre of the village with a secluded garden, parking space and a detached barn/garage. The attractive accommodation features a hallway, cloakroom, sitting room with log stove, dining room, conservatory and a kitchen whilst the first floor has 2 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The village’s amenities are all in close proximity and it is well placed for vehicular access to both Reading and Oxford.

Dorchester-on-Thames

Situated just nine miles from Oxford, Dorchester-on-Thames is one of the most delightful villages in South Oxfordshire. Dominated by the magnificent Abbey Church of St Peter and St Paul, the picturesque High Street features a range of historic buildings including three original coaching inns that still provide hotel accommodation and food and Other village amenities include a local store, two tea rooms, a hairdressers’ and a public house. 

The village primary school was rated Good in the latest Ofsted report and there is also a very popular pre-school. Other village groups include a tennis, cricket, football, golf, bowling and sailing clubs, an  angling society, WI, and flower-arranging and bell ringing groups. There is also a recreation ground in the heart of the village and within one and a half miles there is a dental surgery, GP surgery, post office and pharmacy. Every other year the village hosts a two week Festival that attracts acts from all over the UK providing a fun packed fortnight for the whole family.

The village is very popular with families because of its proximity to a large number of excellent independent schools including Abingdon School, St Helen and St Katherine School in Abingdon, Our Lady’s Abingdon, The Manor Preparatory School, Headington School and Magdalen College in Oxford and Moulsford Preparatory School and Cranford House School both of which are in Moulsford. There are bus services to all of these private schools from the village as well as to the state secondary schools in Didcot, Abingdon and Wallingford.

Excellent communication links to Oxford, the M40 to London, Didcot and Culham train stations, Abingdon, Wallingford and Reading make the village highly attractive to anyone working in the Thames Valley and London.

Surrounded by beautiful countryside including Wittenham Clumps, Dorchester-on-Thames is also very popular with both walkers and cyclists. 

Accommodation

The house is double glazed with gas central heating to radiators.

Tenure Freehold

Entrance Porch: Quarry tiled step, wide archway and front door to:

Entrance Hall: Wood style floor, radiator, stairs to landing.

Cloakroom: White 2-piece suite, window, radiator.

Sitting Room: 15’8 max.  x 13’3 Window with plantation shutters to the front, fireplace with log stove on a slate hearth. Wood style floor, radiator, cornice and under-stair cupboard. 

Dining Room: 9’4 x 8’1 Wood style floor, radiator, doors to conservatory and archway to: 

Kitchen: 11’5 x 8’8 Range of cupboards with tiled worktops, electric hob, double oven and extractor hood, fridge/freezer and space for washing machine. Rear aspect, gas boiler.

Conservatory: 10’7 x 8’7 Set on a brick base with French doors to the garden, tiled floor, radiator, glass ceiling with fitted blinds. 

Stairs to Landing: Window to side, loft access and airing cupboard. 

Bedroom 1: 12’9 x 9’8 Window with plantation shutters, radiator, wardrobe.

Dressing Room: 7’1 x 6’11 max. Down lighter and wardrobe. 

En Suite Shower Room: Fitted with a white 3-piece suite incl. tiled shower cubicle and unit, wood style floor, radiator and window. 

Bedroom 2: 10’ x 9’5 Eaves wardrobe, velux window and radiator.

Bathroom: White 3-piece suite, panelled dado, radiator and velux window. 

Outside

Allocated parking space in the communal block paved courtyard. 

Barn/Garage: 17’11 x 15’ max. Twin doors, light and power, side window. 

Front Garden: Low wall with wrought iron railing, box hedge, well stocked side bed. 

Rear Garden: Offering a good level of seclusion and extending to 25’ in length there is a paved terrace, area of shingle and further paving, 2 raised beds, timber fencing and side gate.

Floorplan for Malthouse Lane, Dorchester-on-Thames
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