3 bedroom town house for salePark Street, Thame
Full descriptionA lovely three bedroom Victorian cottage in need of updating.
31 Park Street is a very attractive 19th century terraced property forming
part of a beautiful period street on the fringe of Thame town centre. The property is in need of updating throughout but offers enormous potential to further extend and enhance to provide a generous three bedroom property. Internally the property has many original features including a fireplace to the sitting room, currently housing a wood burning stove, timber sash windows and internal doors. The ground floor enjoys a spacious 19' open plan sitting/ dining room and a kitchen overlooking the rear garden. To the first floor are three generous bedrooms and a good sized bathroom.
Outside, this lovely Victorian house has a private garden, predominately laid to lawn, but also with a large paved terrace. The garden is enclosed with a combination of timber panel fencing and a brick retaining wall.
31 Park Street offers a very unique opportunity to purchase one of the few period houses with scope for further improvement and ideally located within a short walk of the town centre, John Hampden Primary School and The Elms park.
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