Packhorse Lane, Marcham


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Paddock House, is a Victorian Villa dating back to 1890 which was completely renovated in 2015 by the current owners. Situated within the private development, The Paddocks which comprises of four detached houses built in 2015, with shared access to the block paved drive leading to Packhorse Lane.

Accommodation comprises; Entrance lobby leading to an impressive entrance hall with parquet flooring, stairs rising to the first floor and storage space beneath. 15`7 x 14`5 kitchen/breakfast room with bespoke wall and base units and Silestone work-surfaces, fully integrated appliances, range oven, butlers sink and additional preparation sink, generous utility room, 32` dual aspect lounge with open fireplace, dining room with wood burning stove, four bedrooms (two with en-suites) and a family bathroom. Benefiting from a new gas boiler and central heating system (Victorian radiators), a full re-wire and new fuse box, newly plastered walls and ceilings and professionally decorated throughout. Outside the property you will find a five bar gate leads to a large gravel driveway providing ample parking leading to a detached double garage and gardens surrounding the property on all sides.

Marcham is a sought after village with excellent transport links. Facilities within the village include a Post Office, farm shop, public house, church and popular primary and nursery schools. Marcham has its own cricket, football and tennis clubs, and neighbouring Frilford Heath has a national standard golf club. The nearby market town of Abingdon, and city of Oxford provide a more extensive range of shops, facilities and entertainment. Off North Street lies New Road, leading to Denman College and the historic All Saints` Church. Schooling within the area is excellent with a good number of local state and private schools including Abingdon School, Chandlings Manor, St Helen`s and St Katherine, Cothill, The Manor and Radley College.

Commuter Links from Marcham are good with the A34 less than 2 miles away which leads to Oxford and the M4 and M40 motorways. There is a fast train service to London Paddington from Didcot (6 miles away) in about forty five minutes. Abingdon 2 miles, Oxford 8 miles, M4 (J.13) 16 miles (All distances are approximate).

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James Gesner - Didcot

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