Thames Street, Abingdon

£399,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
12 Thames Street is a grade two listed, eighteenth century townhouse overlooking a tributary of the River Thames. The property is arranged over three floors with a two tier rear garden with the benefit of gated pedestrian access.

First floor - Hallway, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom 4/study. Second floor – Two bedrooms. second floor – Master bedroom with en suite bathroom.

The subject property is located just off Bridge Street in the town centre and sits amongst other period properties, many of which hold a grade two listing. The busy town centre is home to a number of well known shops as well as many thriving independents. Abingdon is well known for its historic public houses, selection of restaurants and the River Thames which offers an array of tow-paths for fantastic countryside walks. The area benefits from many highly performing private and state schools, and for those considering a commute to London, Didcot Parkway, located 6 miles south provides access by train to London, Paddington within 45 minutes. The A34 serves the M4 and M40 motorways, both equidistant from the town centre.

Further Detail

12 Thames Street is a grade two listed, eighteenth century townhouse overlooking a tributary of the River Thames. The property is arranged over three floors with a two tier rear garden and the benefit of gated pedestrian access. The property has a wealth of period features, including exposed stone brick work, solid wood beams and inglenook fire places. Two independent flights of stairs provide access to the first floor accommodation and a further flight gives access to the master bedroom and en suite. This unique and historical property is well presented whilst giving the new owners cope to improve whilst adding value. No onward chain

Accommodation

First floor - Hallway, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom 4/study.Second floor – Two bedrooms. second floor – Master bedroom with en suite bathroom.

Location

The subject property is located just off Bridge Street in the town centre and sits amongst other period properties, many of which hold a grade two listing. The busy town centre is home to a number of well known shops as well as many thriving independents. Abingdon is well known for its historic public houses,selection of restaurants and the River Thames which offers an array of tow-paths for fantastic countryside walks. The area benefits from many highly performing private and state schools, and for those considering a commute to London, Didcot Parkway, located 6 miles south provides access by train to London, Paddington within 45 minutes. The A34 serves the M4 and M40 motorways, both equidistant from the town centre.

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