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£450,000 Guide Price

Ralegh Crescent , Witney OX28

SSTC

£450,000 Guide Price

4 Bedroom Detached House SSTC

Ralegh Crescent , Witney OX28


Key features

  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Master with Own Dressing Room & En-Suite
  • New Utility Room
  • Recently Installed Triple Glazing Throughout
  • New Patio Island in Rear Garden
  • Refurbished Conservatory
  • Cotswold Town of Witney
  • Downstairs Cloakroom
  • Contemporary Kitchen
  • Close to the A40
  • Council Tax: E

FULL DESCRIPTION A four bedroomed detached house, built in golden stone, immaculately presented and ideally situated in the historic Cotswold market town of Witney. A unique 360 design includes three reception rooms.
Wooden beams decorate the ceiling of the living room and a Cotswold stone fireplace is the central point of the circular design to the open plan living space. Rotating round to the right, there is a step down to the recently refurbished, walled conservatory, with upvc triple glazed windows including the double patio doors. A step up to the dining room, which is the hub of the house, it easily accommodates dining furniture & units, as well as having its own fitted cupboard utilising the under the stairs spot. Oak hardwood flooring has been laid throughout the open plan area of the ground floor.
The spacious kitchen easily accommodates a range style cooker and extraction hood fitted in between long marble effect worktops and country classic units, which house the dishwasher and appliances. The monochrome colour scheme and bevelled wall tiles are well lit by dual aspect windows and doors during the day and by inset spotlights by night.
A utility room has been created by the current owners, to compliment the kitchen, with plumbing for a washing machine and additional storage units. The entrance hallway is welcoming and provides room to store coats and boots as well as having a convenient WC for the ground floor.
Stepping upstairs the circular staircase leads up to a long landing for four bedrooms and the master bedroom is immediately ahead. The master has its own dressing room area with fitted wardrobes, an en-suite bathroom and overlooks the rear garden. Bedrooms two to four are all doubles and have their own fitted wardrobes.
The family bathroom is styled in a current grey and white, integrated design with undercounter basin and storage units. Both a rainfall and handheld shower are positioned over the bath, which is finished with glass screen shower panels. A tall white towel rail and contemporary wall tiles complete this fresh and modern look.
All the windows in the property have recently been replaced to triple glazed, providing high quality insulation and heat conservation.
A good size rear garden has a recently created patio island, ideal for al-fresco dining or a morning coffee. Patio paving provides a threshold into the garden from the conservatory and most of the area has been laid to lawn and is well maintained.
The garage has sufficient room for storage accessible from the front driveway which has sufficient parking for multiple cars.
Witney is a thriving market town, situated on the river windrush, with a growing selection of shops and high street stores, whilst being in close proximity to countryside walks and views. The Cotswolds is an area of outstanding natural beauty and historic interest, boasting; castles, country houses, quirky pubs and boutique hotels. It is richly rural and offers more than 3,000 miles of footpaths and bridleways to explore; ancient woodlands and wildflower meadows; 4,000 miles of historic Cotswold stone walls dividing up the landscape. 

LIVING ROOM Wooden beams decorate the ceiling of the living room and a Cotswold stone fireplace is the central point of the circular design to the open plan living space 

CONSERVATORY Step down to the recently refurbished walled conservatory, with upvc triple glazed windows and double patio doors leading out onto the garden.  

DINING ROOM Step up to the dining room, which is the hub of the house, it easily accommodates dining furniture & units, as well as having its own fitted cupboard utilising the under the stairs spot.  

KITCHEN The spacious kitchen easily accommodates a range style cooker and extraction hood fitted in between long marble effect worktops and country classic units, which house the dishwasher and appliances. The monochrome colour scheme and bevelled wall tiles are well lit by dual aspect windows and doors during the day and by inset spotlights by night.  

UTILITY ROOM A utility room has been created by the current owners, to compliment the kitchen, with plumbing for a washing machine and additional storage units.  

WC Downstairs cloakroom leading off the entrance hallway.  

MASTER BEDROOM The master has its own dressing room area with fitted wardrobes, an en-suite bathroom and overlooks the rear garden.  

BATHROOM The family bathroom is styled in a current grey and white, integrated design with undercounter basin and storage units. Both a rainfall and handheld shower are positioned over the bath, which is finished with glass screen shower panels. A tall white towel rail and contemporary wall tiles complete this fresh and modern look.  

BEDROOOMS TWO TO FOUR Bedrooms two to four are all doubles and have their own fitted wardrobes.  

GARDEN A good size rear garden has a recently created patio island, ideal for al-fresco dining or a morning coffee. Patio paving provides a threshold into the garden from the conservatory and most of the area has been laid to lawn and is well maintained.  

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