A two bedroom detached bungalow in a sought after over 55's development 200 yards from local amenities, with public transport links. No onward chain
Sherwood Gardens is a well regarded development set 0.7 miles from the centre of Henley and only 200m from a local shop. The well planned and presented accommodation comprises two equally sized double bedrooms, a living room with doors opening onto private patio area and a fitted kitchen with appliances. Further benefits include a recently refitted shower room, double glazing and gas central heating.
Within the development of Sherwood Gardens are delightful communal grounds which are well maintained and cared for, the property itself sits centrally within the close of 22 other similar properties creating a neighbourly and community feel. The development is well served by a regular bus service into the Market Place.
The property can be found in the historic riverside town of Henley-on-Thames which is a thriving market town and home to the world famous Royal Regatta. Sherwood Gardens is within a mile of all major amenities including the train station, supermarket, hospital, a fine variety of shops, pubs and restaurants as well as the private Phyllis Court Membersâ€™ Club. More comprehensive facilities can be found in nearby Reading and Maidenhead. Henley railway station provides a link to the mainline railway stations in Reading and Twyford with a fast service to London, Paddington (from 25 mins). The M4 (J8/9) provides access to Heathrow and the motorway network. There are schools of excellent repute in the area and sporting facilities include golf at a number of local courses and boating on the Thames. Henley itself is surround by breath taking countryside and the Chiltern Hills (AONB) can be found to the North.
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