Thame – Central Location – NO UPPER CHAIN
Dating back to the 1860`s a well presented two bedroom Victorian terrace house. Located within just a short walk to the bustling market town of Thame. The property still maintains some of the original features whilst boasting a modern finish throughout. Offered chain free.
The property comprises of an entrance leading straight into the living and dining space. The living room has a gas feature fireplace that could be revealed to open the original open fireplace. The open plan living room/ dining space leads through to the modern galley kitchen with waist and eye level storage and space for white goods. The downstairs family bathroom that has recently been modernised has bath with over head shower and heated towel rail.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms both with built in wardrobes and ample space for more.
Outside the garden is paved making it low maintenance and perfect for alfresco dining, a place to enjoy without the hard work. It also has raised beds for plants or vegetables.
The parking for the property is on street directly in front of the house and always available.
Other notable features include gas central heating throughout, double glazing, and part boarded loft with pull down ladder.
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 allied to excellent value for money. Over 600 free car parking spaces and many wonderful restaurants, cafes and pubs, make 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.
The M40 (junctions 6 and 7) is within 41/2 miles, giving access to London, Oxford and The Midlands. There is a railway station at Haddenham (two miles distant) providing a regular service to London, Marylebone and Birmingham.
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 C