Set in one of Henley's most favoured roads is this 4 bedroom detached family home with flexible accommodation over 4 floors and a corner plot position
Set in the heart of the popular South Oxfordshire Market Town of Henley on Thames is this extended and improved detached family home which retains character and charm.
The flexible accommodation which is presented over four floors would very much suit the modern family needing well proportioned rooms and many of them!
The entrance hall with solid wood floors provides access to all principle rooms with turning staircase rising to first floor and further staircase leading to basement room. The ground floor accommodation includes sitting room with bay window and wood burning stove, formal dining room with double doors to courtyard seating area, 21' kitchen/breakfast room having been refitted and modernised to include a central island. Leading from the kitchen/breakfast is a vaulted ceiling conservatory enjoying garden views. Utility room, cloakroom and access to garage. The basement room is carpeted and plastered and is used as a gym/study with natural light.
To the first floor are 2 guest bedrooms with ensuite facilities (one 'Jack and Jill') with further double bedroom. There is a further very useful study/storage room. Finally a turning staircase rises to the top floor master bedroom suite enjoying elevated views over Henley and beyond, with ensuite shower room and ensuite dressing room.
To the front of the property is off road parking and a garden that flows through to the rear of the property. The plot is a wedge shape with the rear garden opening to almost 100' wide, being enclosed by brick wall on one side the garden is laid mainly to lawn with mature planting with paved seating area.
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