Leamington Drive, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7

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Bedrooms: 3
Spacious detached family home, well situated in this sought-after and established no-thorough road location, with four reception rooms, modern family bathroom and en-suite and private rear gardens.

Spacious detached family home situated in a no-through road of similar family homes lying conveniently for access to the Faringdon Community College and close to the edge of the town centre, with its many amenities.

The well-presented accommodation comprises a spacious reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor and a contemporary refitted cloakroom. The sitting room has a large picture window overlooking the front garden with access to the adjoining dining room and separate study room, which in turn, leads through to the L-shaped double glazed Victorian-style conservatory with French doors to the rear garden.

The kitchen offers a good selection of wall and base units, and space for various white appliances, and includes a rarely available walk-in larder cupboard. There is side door access to the side of the property, where there is a covered walkway to both the front and rear of the property.

To the first floor, the galleried landing area provides access to the generous master bedroom, which is fitted with an extensive range of wardrobes cupboards and leads through to an impressive refitted en-suite bathroom, comprising of a walk-in double shower cubicle with rain-shower over, bidet, circular dual sinks with flush storage cupboards below, and a low-level wc. There are two further bedrooms, which are serviced by the modern refitted family bathroom.

Outside the property has generous gardens to both the front and rear aspect of the property, with the frontage being laid to lawn, with ample driveway parking for several vehicles, leading to the single attached garage and a carport. The secluded rear gardens comprise a large patio area, with an extensive lawn with mature shrubs and trees, an attractive wooden summerhouse and a garden shed.

The property benefits from UPVC replacement double glazing throughout and has a gas fired heating system to radiators. All main services are understood to be connected and the tenure is assumed to be freehold.

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.

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