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Thatcher’s Ford

6 Dorchester Rd, Drayton St Leonard, Wallingford OX10 7BH, UK

2 of 3 plots available. Available

Thatcher's Ford

Discover five meticulously crafted modern homes in this picturesque South Oxfordshire village. 

The houses all have shaker kitchens with quartz work surfaces and integrated appliances. The bathrooms are fitted with stylish sanitaryware and fittings, with porcelain floor and wall tiling.

Each home has  has been designed with the future in mind with heating provided by air source heat pumps, low energy LED lighting throughout the ground floors and EV charging points.

Thatchers Ford harmoniously merges traditional village aesthetics with striking contemporary elegance to provide a tranquil retreat, just 8 miles from the charming market towns of Abingdon and Wallingford.

Thatcher's Ford Brochure
1

Wild Rose Cottage

3 bedrooms, 1,292 sq ft

£650,000

2

Mulberry Cottage

4 bedrooms, 1,432 sq ft

£700,000

4

New Barn

4 bedrooms, 2,659 sq ft

£1,350,000

1

Wild Rose Cottage

3 bedrooms, 1,292 sq ft

£650,000

2

Mulberry Cottage

4 bedrooms, 1,432 sq ft

£700,000

4

New Barn

4 bedrooms, 2,659 sq ft

£1,350,000

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Wild Rose Cottage3 bedrooms1,292 sq ft£650,000 Available

Mulberry Cottage4 bedrooms1,432 sq ft£700,000 Available

New Barn4 bedrooms2,659 sq ft£1,350,000 Reserved

Wild Rose Cottage3 bedrooms1,292 sq ft£650,000 Available

Mulberry Cottage4 bedrooms1,432 sq ft£700,000 Available

New Barn4 bedrooms2,659 sq ft£1,350,000 Reserved

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Utility Room (in Juniper House, New Barn and Field End)

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Drayton St. Leonard

Drayton St. Leonard and the Surrounding Area

Drayton St. Leonard is an idyllic South-Oxfordshire village situated approximately 8 miles from the historic market towns of Abingdon and Wallingford. Oxford is 10 miles away and junction 7 of the M40 for London and Birmingham, is just 6 ½ miles. Didcot Parkway railway
station for regular services to London Paddington is also within easy reach.

The village is home to many period and historical houses, an Anglican church, a village hall, a playground, the Catherine Wheel public house, and two working farms.

The community here is strong and tight-knit, and many events are organized by the villagers throughout the year. These events include a Safari Supper, Summer Fête, quiz nights, wine-tasting evenings, flower arranging classes,
and film nights. There are also several active clubs and societies in the village, including a History Society, Investment Club, Book
Club, Gardening Club, and Bellringing Group.

The market towns of Wallingford and Abingdon provide comprehensive day to day amenities and a range of shops, including Waitrose. The highly regarded Wild Pig Farm Shop is situated in near-by Stadhampton and both Berinsfield and Stadhampton, have smaller convenience stores.

The village falls within the catchment area for the multi-lingual European School at Culham and St. Birinius C of E primary school in Dorchester on Thames, with secondary schooling in Abingdon.

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Breckon & Breckon

01865 261222

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