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Winterbrook Park, Wallingford

£425,000 - £1,250,000

Winterbrook Park

3 and 5 bedroom properties
Winterbrook, Wallingford, Oxfordshire

 
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Wallingford sits within the triangle formed by the M40, the M4 and the A34, with Oxford and Reading both less than half an hour’s drive away. A network of bus services, many running alongside Winterbrook Park, link the town with Oxford, Reading and the surrounding villages, and trains from Cholsey, two miles away, run approximately twice an hour to Oxford and London Paddington, with journey times of around 25 minutes and one and a quarter hours respectively. Wallingford is on National Cycle Route 5, from London to Oxford.

Winterbrook Park is a few minutes’ walk from the River Thames, with its riverside walks, and on the eastern edge of the North Wessex Downs, providing endless opportunities for outdoor leisure. Local attractions include an outdoor heated swimming pool with a separate splash park for children, and a heritage steam railway. The ruins of the medieval Wallingford Castle stand in a beautiful riverside meadow, and the town’s excellent museum, housed in an oakbeamed Tudor house, provide a fascinating introduction to the town’s past.

Half a mile from the development, the lively assortment of shops, cafés, restaurants and traditional pubs around St Mary’s Street and the High Street provides a lively focal point of town life. The many independent traders who bring an unmistakable local character to the narrow streets are complemented by a large Waitrose supermarket. Wallingford has four markets, most of them held weekly, and the oldest dates back to the 12th century. Overlooking the Market Place, the Corn Exchange Theatre and Cinema presents live music and drama alongside new films and live screenings of performances from major London venues. Comprehensive recycling facilities can be found at Oakley Wood, around two miles east of the town.

The wide choice of sports and leisure clubs and societies in Wallingford covers athletics, football, cricket and tennis as well as croquet, martial arts and climbing. The Springs Golf Club, with its beautiful parkland course, is just over two miles away, and The Barn Fitness Club, a well-equipped gym with a wide choice of classes, is set on the edge of neighbouring Cholsey.

Primary, junior and secondary schools can be found within a short walk, and Cranford House private school, covering both primary and secondary age ranges, is just over three miles away in Moulsford. The town also has excellent medical provision, including a GP practice and a community hospital virtually adjacent to the development, and a dental surgery in the town centre.

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