Edsell Cresent, Thame
A well presented 3 bedroom semi-detached house located on the outskirts of the market Town of Thame. Finished in 2019, the property is in receipt of the remaining 10 year NHBC new home warranty. The property is finished to a high specification throughout and has ample parking with a driveway leading to an integral garage.
On the ground floor the modern kitchen has built in appliances, there is also a living/dining room with patio doors to the south facing garden, entrance hall and cloakroom. Upstairs the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room, further to that there are 2 good sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there is a good sized south facing rear garden with a paved patio perfect for alfresco dining, shed and gated rear access.
Thame is a thriving and historic Oxfordshire market town with an attractive and well-maintained town centre that boasts many award-winning and unique shops. Local retailers concentrate on offering top quality and excellent service and this, allied to excellent value for money, over 600 free car parking spaces and many wonderful restaurants, cafes and pubs, makes visiting Thame a real treat. There is a sports centre and local clubs catering for a wide variety of sporting interests. Local education facilities are provided for all ages and include the renowned Lord Williams`s School where all church denominations are catered for.
Thame is a living market town, with a street market every Tuesday, a farmers market on the second Tuesday of each month and regular livestock markets (Tuesdays OTMS, Wednesdays and Fridays). In addition, in 2010-11, locals have introduced Saturday Farmers` markets taking place around the Town Hall on the fifth Saturday in a month. The town is ideal for family shopping and gift ideas with family-run establishments and an interesting variety of non-chain store shops offering a friendly personal service. There is ample free parking.
Thame has many places to eat and drink, ranging from traditional English pubs selling real ale and pub lunches through Italian, Chinese and Indian restaurants back to Olde English tea shops selling cream teas. Any of these would make an ideal rest from sightseeing or shopping.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
South Oxfordshire District Council, Band D