- Mid terraced cottage
- Central town location
- Living room with wood burning stove
- Two double bedrooms
- Pretty cottage garden
- Available now
- Furnished/ unfurnished
Charming two bedroom cottage located centrally in the heart of Wantage. This lovely cottage offers a wealth of charm including wood burning stove. The accommodation is split over three floor and affords a charming sitting room with stable door over looking the pretty garden, kitchen with white goods, two double bedrooms family bathroom with separate shower cubicle. The property can be offered either furnished or unfurnished, depending on the tenants requirements.
Award winning Wantage is an attractive market town, well deserved 2014 winner of 'The Great British High Street Most Innovative Town Centre Award', renowned for its association with King Alfred the Great. Situated at the foot of the outstanding ancient Ridgeway trail and Lambourn Downs, Wantage offers a comprehensive range of amenities, including major high street retailers Waitrose and Sainsburys; a plethora of shops, leisure/health and well-being facilities, banks, post office and recreational facilities; a museum, cafes, bistros, gift and clothing boutiques, pubs, restaurants, community clubs and organisations as well as the popular weekly market in the square itself and regular farmers' market. There is also a good selection of primary and secondary education within the town itself in addition to the surrounding Faringdon, Abingdon and Oxford schools. Wantage has excellent road links to the A34 via the A417, which in turn leads north to Abingdon c.10 miles, Oxford c.17 miles (M40), alternatively south (M4) J14 c.9.4 miles. Didcot situated to the east benefits from a main line train station to London (Paddington c.45mins).
"As first time buyers, it was great to have a helpful and understanding team on hand to deal with the purchase. D&S were great at getting things pushed along up the chain leading to a problem free transaction. D&S were also understanding and patient while we arranged our mortgage, which took longer than expected due to our first time buyer situation."