4 bedroom house for saleWells Head, East Hendred
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 4 Receptions
WELLS HEAD – NEWBURY ROAD
EAST HENDRED - OXFORDSHIRE
Wantage - 4 miles Didcot - 5 miles Wallingford - 11 miles Oxford - 14 miles
A34 – 3 miles M4 – 12 miles
(Distances and times approximate)
Enjoying a relaxing ambience and outlook, the setting is simply delightful, being idyllically located in a most desirable location within this quintessential English village, privately situated in delightfully mature gardens and grounds of approximately 0.35 of an acre.
A most charming and stylish Grade II Listed home, being of great architectural merit, the cottage extends to approximately 2,471 sq ft in total, having been both extended to great effect and modernised, encompassing most attractive characterful yet contemporary high-quality fixtures and fittings throughout, with an inspired flair, which embraces and complements the property’s original character features externally, whilst internally affords an impressive and flexible accommodation that blends delightfully with the more traditional elements.
A simply stunning family home in a most delightful location, early viewing being highly recommended.
• A Delightful Period Family Home Of Striking Architectural Design Extending To Approximately 2,471 Sq Ft In Total
• Quintessential English Village Setting Within Close Driving Distance Of Extensive Amenities, Schooling, and Mainline Railway Station To London Paddington
• Reception Hall
• Vaulted & Beamed Kitchen / Family Room
• Utility Room
• Beamed Dining Room With Inglenook Fireplace
• Sitting Room With Fireplace
• 4th Bedroom
• Shower Room
• Vaulted & Beamed Master Bedroom
• 2 Further Part Vaulted & Beamed Bedrooms
• Part Vaulted & Beamed Family Bathroom
• Vaulted & Beamed Barn Garage
• In All Approximately 2,471 Sq Ft
Gardens & Grounds
• Mature Gardens & Grounds Of Approximately 0.35 Of An Acre
The quintessentially English village of East Hendred lies at the foot of The Downs and The Ridgeway, within the historic Vale Of White Horse, boasting a proud historic past.
An extensive array of facilities are afforded in the village itself, including 2 primary schools, one Roman Catholic and one Church Of England, a pre-school nursery, 3 public houses, a church, and village stores & Post Office.
The nearby towns of Wantage, Abingdon, and Wallingford provide a diverse array of shops and facilities, with Didcot just 5 miles away providing a large shopping centre and mainline railway station, whilst extensive secondary and private schooling is also to be found locally, most having superb bus routes for attending children.
There are good road communications to the surrounding towns including Didcot, Wantage, and Wallingford, and the fast A34 dual carriageway linking Newbury with Oxford is a short drive also. The M4 motorway at junction 12 or 13 is also within easy striking distance. Nearby mainline railway stations at Cholsey and Didcot affords for trains to Reading and London Paddington, achieved in under the hour.
In 2018 Crossrail services are scheduled to be commencing from Reading which together with the electrifying of the line will significantly improve travelling times to Paddington and central London City destinations.
A simply wonderful thatched Grade II cottage of great historical interest, its origins are believed to date back to the 17th Century. More recently the cottage has been extended on the ground floor adding a most stunning vaulted and beamed kitchen / family room, whilst elsewhere internally the cottage has been carefully restored, providing for a most delightful family home that affords well apportioned accommodation of approximately 2,471 sq ft in size, incorporating an integral vaulted & beamed barn / garage, perfect for conversion to form an additional reception room with bedroom over.
The property is formally entered via the reception hall, which opens through to the study and cellar, then branches off one way to the sitting room and the other way the dining room, both afforded lovely fireplaces, whilst to the dining room an impressive inglenook fireplace and beamed ceiling set forth a most charismatic ambience. Off the sitting room the vaulted and beamed barn / garage is to be found, whilst through the dining room, the vaulted and beamed kitchen / family room provides a most pleasing aspect over the grounds through the wide glazed and timbered bay area. From the kitchen / family room access is afforded to the utility room, and in internal hall leading to the shower room and 4th bedroom.
The charming staircase to the first floor rises from the reception hall to the landing, affording direct access to the vaulted and beamed master bedroom, 2 further part vaulted and beamed bedrooms, and the part vaulted and beamed family bathroom, showcasing a spacious bath set in Carrara marble.
Wells Head has been successfully blended with traditional construction methods in tune with its long standing heritage, successfully combining more contemporary open plan living with that of a rather more traditional and nature, affording impressive vaulted and beamed accommodation that benefits from a period ambience throughout, in addition to embracing outside living to inside living, with early viewing advised.
Elevated to Newbury Road, a quiet country lane which leads out of the historic centre of East Hendred and up to open farmland, the cottage commands a private setting, accessed over an initially shared driveway on to it’s own private gravelled driveway and forecourt, affording ample parking for numerous vehicles.
Wide French doors open off the kitchen / family room on to the terraced area of the forecourt just adjacent to the circular headed well, enjoying views over the gardens and grounds, perfect for ‘Al Fresco’ dining.
Delightfully attractive, the gardens and grounds are laid mainly laid to lawn, with extensive planting of mature hedging interspersed with an array of trees in which a most private and secluded setting is to be enjoyed.
Both private and delightfully attractive, the gardens and grounds extend to approximately 0.35 of an acre.
Services: Mains gas, electricity, water, drainage are connected, with oil fired central heating.
Postcode: OX12 8LG
Local Authority: Vale Of White Horse District Council - Tel: 01235 422 422
From our offices in the centre of Goring turn left and proceed down the High Street continuing over the River bridge and up to the top of Streatley High Street. At the traffic lights turn right and then bear left onto the A417 Wantage Road, proceeding for approximately 7 miles, driving through the village of Blewbury, and upon reaching a roundabout in a further couple of miles, proceed straight over, and again across another roundabout in a further ½ a mile. In a further mile or so on reaching Rowstock, continue over the roundabout, and a mile or so later the left hand turning to East Hendred will be found. Proceed along through the village, and as the road rises up Wells Head will be found up on the right hand side.
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