Westland Road, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A deceptively spacious three bedroom semi detached house, with a gorgeous open plan kitchen/living area at the rear, a studio/office, utility room, shower room and bathroom!

Vendor Quote

"Very quiet road with houses being well spaced and not overlooked. The house is full of light with a gorgeous garden and a roomy patio; south west facing and gets sun most of the day. Easy walking distance to Tesco's and the town centre."

Tucked away, within a small cul de sac, this deceptively spacious three bedroom semi detached house offers well proportioned and spacious accommodation throughout.

The entrance porch leads through to the hallway, which provides access to the sitting room and to the kitchen/living area. The sitting room provides a lovely aspect to the front and has a feature inset gas fire with surround. The kitchen is fitted with a breakfast bar and a nice range of units, including an inbuilt oven, hob and space for a dishwasher and fridge freezer. The kitchen opens up to the main living area, which is a light and bright room with two sets of French doors leading out to the wonderful garden. The living area has space for sofas as well as a dining table. Adjacent to the kitchen is a handy utility room which has space for a washing machine and tumble dryer - the utility provides access to the downstairs shower room, to the carport and to the office/studio which is a useful room at the rear of the property and could be used as a fourth bedroom if needed.

To the first floor there are three well-proportioned bedrooms; the master bedroom has an inbuilt wardrobe and provides a lovely view across the town to the countryside beyond. A modern family bathroom completes the internal accommodation.

Externally, the property has ample driveway parking to the front of the house with a lawned area and carport. The beautiful rear garden provides some lovely borders which are stocked full of shrubs and encase the lawned area. The garden is enclosed by wooden fencing.

Faringdon is an attractive and thriving market town on the edge of the Thames Valley and located in the heart of the Vale of the White Horse. With the ridgeway to one side and the river Thames to the other, the town is surrounded by countryside.

With easy access and great transport links to both Oxford and Swindon, Faringdon and the surrounding villages are the perfect choice for anyone working in either location or even commuting further afield. The town boasts a fantastic selection of primary and secondary schools, including Faringdon Infants & Junior School and Faringdon Community College. In the surrounding villages there are a wide range of other primary schools, along with St Hugh's Prep School in Carswell and Pinewood School in nearby Shrivenham. The area is a popular choice for people with young families.

Faringdon town also boasts a good range of shops, with 3 supermarkets on the outskirts of town, and small independent shops and businesses in it's centre. This is complemented by a range of local restaurants and bars, including Floyds Grill, Las Chicas, The Bell, The Narrows and the Gin to my Tonic bar who also host gin festivals at nearby Sudbury House Hotel! This certainly appeals to a diverse range of local residents of all ages.

The town also has a wide range of leisure activities available, with a Better Leisure Centre located close to the Community College Site. There are active football clubs, rugby clubs, tennis clubs and cricket clubs with activities and teams for everyone, and the town also benefits from cycling and running groups. In addition to this, there are plenty of extra-curricular activities available with a local dramatic society staging regular productions throughout the year, community choirs and Rotary groups.

The town has an annual summer musical festival, FollyFest, held in the town centre, with weekly markets on a Tuesday and Saturday morning. At Christmas, the community comes together to watch Father Christmas ride into town on Thomas the Tank Engine to turn on the Christmas lights – it must be seen to be believed!!

Faringdon's iconic building is the unique and unusual Folly, the last major folly to be built in England. Standing 100 feet tall, it's open to the public twice a month between Easter and October and on a clear day views over five counties can be seen from the top.

01367 240356

Perry Bishop & Chambers - Faringdon

16 Market Place, Faringdon, Oxfordshire

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