Didcot Parkway Station c. 9 miles (London Paddington from 38 minutes), Abingdon-on-Thames c. 11 miles, Oxford City Centre c. 17.5 miles, Hungerford c. 14 miles
Built in 1896 and originally the stables to the adjoining old Wheatsheaf Public house situated in a quiet no through road in the centre of the market town of Wantage. The property was originally converted for residential use in 1990 and is situated just a short walk to the town centre, local shops and amenities.
On the ground floor there is an entrance hall, sitting room, downstairs cloakroom, and kitchen/diner. Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms, one with an adjoining bathroom, together with an additional a family bathroom.
Wantage in Oxfordshire is a lovely small market town in the Vale of White Horse, and has a good range of shops and services, including plenty of places to eat and drink. Links with the past are very strong too and Wantage is a great place to visit to enjoy this historic part of England. There are excellent transport links to Oxford, Abingdon and Reading via the A34, and train links to London Paddington via Didcot Parkway.
Council Tax: £1,961 per annum.
RENT PAYABLE: £995 per calendar month.
Contact: Nikki Hemsley
(t) 01235 772299
From the Market Place in Wantage Town Centre, proceed down Mill Street, and bear right into Grove Street. Follow Grove Street down the hill and 28a will be found on the right hand side after c.600ft.
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