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£210,000 Offers overSold STC
Closing date for auction Friday 4th September 2020. Register here https://www.perrybishop.co.uk/online-auction
This property is a mature three-bedroom semi-detached home, built circa 1950, in need of full repair and refurbishment. It is situated in a picturesque village enjoying a tucked away position on a no through road.
The property is being sold via online conditional auction with no onward chain.
The house has potential for extension subject to consent.
Internally, the property offers a sitting room with dual aspect and fireplace, kitchen with range and various outbuildings and W.C on the ground floor. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property sits on a good sized plot with enclosed rear and front gardens. Please note that the polytunnel show in the photos will not be staying.
This home could offer a fantastic rental yield if referbished to a good standard.
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The village of Uffington lies on the edge of the Vale of the White Horse, just north of the Berkshire Downs. Overlooking the village is the famous White Horse, a marvellous chalk figure which was cut into the hillside 3,000 years ago. The village has a fine church, known as the Cathedral of the Vale, and an excellent museum, shop and Post Office, pre-school, primary school, traditional public house, community hall and sports ground as well as a host of community clubs and organisations. Further information on village activities can be found on the village website www.uffington.net
More comprehensive facilities are available at the nearby towns of Wantage (c. 7 miles); Faringdon (7.5 miles); Didcot to the east (c.15.4 miles), which has a mainline train service to London Paddington (c. 45 minutes); Abingdon (c.15.2 miles); Oxford (M40) (c. 20 miles); and Swindon (M4) (c. 12.4 miles).
DIRECTIONS From Faringdon Market Place, proceed through Cornmarket into Marlborough Street. At the mini roundabout, bear left into Station Road/Park Road and where this road meets the A420, bear right towards Swindon. Take the second turning on the left signposted to Fernham and Uffington and proceed into Fernham. At the T-junction, bear left, follow the road around the bends and on leaving the village, take the right hand turning to Uffington. At the T-junction in Uffington, turn left and follow this road, taking the right hand turn into the High Street. Chapel Lane is the first turning on your right hand side and the house is situated on Chapel Lane just on the right