2 Bedroom End Terraced House (Now Sold)
High Street, Milton, Abingdon, OX14 4EJ
Charming two bedroom period cottage situated within the heart of this popular village, offering an abundance of character throughout as well as being conveniently situated to Milton Business Park & the A34.
Features of the well-presented accommodation include:-
20' Living room with exposed beams, feature fireplace & wood burner with lined chimney, attractive cottage style kitchen, two good size bedrooms, gas central heating to radiators (boiler replaced in 2013), timber framed double glazed windows throughout; recently internally redecorated throughout, 80' rear gardens, off street parking & no onward chain.
Milton is a popular village with the local amenities of Milton Business Park within easy walking distance including a general store, post office, Barclays Bank, unisex hairdresser and a dry cleaners as well as the renowned Park Club gym and swimming pool. In addition there is a delightful Public House situated in the heart of the village as well as the historic Milton Manor and the surrounding estate. Buses run to & from Oxford, Abingdon, Didcot and the surrounding towns and villages. Milton is well placed for Abingdon (circa 5 miles) Oxford (circa 9 miles) Wantage (Circa 9 Miles) and Wallingford (circa 9 miles). There is access to the M40 at junction 8 and 9 and the M4 at junction 13 into Newbury. Didcot mainline railway station (circa 3 miles) provides direct access in to London Paddington.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:-
(All measurements are approximate)
Outside light. door to:-
ENCLOSED ENTRANCE HALL:-
Paneled window to side aspect. Radiator. Hard tiled floor. Door to:-
THROUGH LIVING ROOM/DINING ROOM:-
20'5 x 12'0 (6.22m x 3.66m)
Paneled windows to front & rear aspect. Large attractive brick built fireplace with wood burner. Many exposed ceiling beams. Television point. Telephone Point. Fitted storage cupboards. Open tread stairwell leading to first floor. Two radiators. Wood laminate flooring.
10'8 x 6'7 (3.25m x 2.01m)
Paneled windows to side aspect. Fitted with a range of base units with cupboards & drawers under. Rolled edged work surfaces and tiled surrounds. Inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Space for cooker. Exposed beams. Inset spotlights. Radiator. Hard tiled floor. Stable door to side.
Wall mounted modern gas boiler providing radiator central heating and all domestic hot water. Recess for upright fridge/freezer.
Frosted window to rear aspect. Fitted white suite comprising paneled bath with mixer tap & shower attachment over. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Slate flooring. Mosaic wall tiling. Extractor fan. Inset Spot Lights. Radiator.
12'0 x 12'0 (3.66m x 3.66m)
Paneled windows to front aspect. Access to boarded roof space. Radiator. Wood laminate flooring.
9'0 x 8'0 (2.74m x 2.44m)
Paneled windows to rear aspect. Radiator. Wood laminate flooring.
The Property is set well back from the road.
Laid to lawn, graveled area with off street parking.
Approximately 80' in length enclosed by stone walling on two sides.
Mainly laid to lawn with border area
Widening at the far end where an attractive recreational area and small vegetable plot has been formed.
There is a substantial Wooden shed with electric power and light.
There is also a walk-in heavy duty plastic greenhouse; and a mature apple tree.
The property benefits from separate rear pedestrian access via a right of way around and behind the rest of the terrace of houses in which it sits.
A current but still valid EPC was obtained in respect of the property in 2008 and a full copy can be made available to seriously interested parties.
COUNCIL TAX BAND C £1436.15 2016 – 2017
WATER & WASTE WATER CHARGES £232.30 2016-2017
From Milton Interchange with the A34, take the exit towards Milton Park, but take first left towards and into the village of Milton. The property can be found on the right hand side – it is the last one of a terrace of similar houses set back from the road. If you see the Church Lane and Village Pub ‘The Plum Pudding’ you have gone past it! (But only by c 100 metres.)
Strictly by appointment
PRICING NOTE: as at May 2016 the ‘Zoopla’ website estimates this property to have a current market value of £280,000 and reports a number of prices achieved on nearby property sales as sourced from the Land Registry. This includes both nos 77 and 81 High Street – in the same terrace of houses – sold for £257, 000 and £255,000 respectively both in December 2015. No 73 High is thought to be approx. 10% larger than those houses with a larger ground floor rear extension; and it also benefits from a garden which widens at the rear; and being on the end of the terrace the rear access footpath terminates at no 73.
This property is offered for sale subject to formal contract. The vendor reserves the right not to accept the highest or any offer.
The vendor has used reasonable endeavours to ensure the accuracy of these property details. A gas safety certificate has been recently obtained and the gas fired boiler has been annually serviced but the vendor has not recently tested all apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are connected, in working order or fit for the purpose. Copies of the registered Freehold Title status of the property may be made available to seriously interested parties, but any buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor and/or Surveyor. Any prospective buyer should check the continued availability of the property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see the property.