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Didcot is owned by RWE Npower, one of the ‘Big Six’ energy companies that are lobbying against tougher climate regulations to protect their profits.
A plaque on the property recalls its origins and use as a charity school dating from 1644-1895, founded by Robert Loder to teach poor men's children in Harwell.
Situated in a no through lane in the heart of Harwell village, The Old School House is a detached property constructed of endered brick and stone, with timber frame and pitched tile roof.
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To summarise this substantial house with its location and numerous attributes create a wonderful family home.
Living accommodation here is plentiful, and the feeling of space (...)Read More A substantial and imposing pair of 1874 built semi-detached houses available as a whole with circa.
14 bedrooms, multiple reception rooms and ample parking.
Harwell is a thriving and conveniently located village situated about 3 miles west of Didcot on the Oxfordshire/Berkshire borders.
The village is well served with a primary school, public house/restaurant, butchers, newsagents, an 11th century church and various clubs and societies.