2 bedroom terraced house for saleHigh Street, Nettlebed, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9
- 2 bedrooms (1 en suite)
- sitting/dining room
- kitchen/breakfast room
- study area
- shower room
- garden of about 0.25 acre
- summer house
A charming character cottage with a secret garden
The pretty village of Nettlebed is situated on the Henley-Oxford Road (A4130) approximately 5 miles north west of Henley-on-Thames, and boasts several antique shops, a local store/post office, deli/cafe, excellent doctors surgery, the well regarded White Hart Hotel and a village primary school. More extensive shopping and recreational facilities can be found in the nearby historic riverside town of Henley-on-Thames, offering a fine variety of shops, public houses and restaurants as well as a Waitrose and a hospital. The town of Reading also offers further shops and amenities, together with a fast rail
service to London Paddington (from 28 minutes). The M4 junction 8/9 lies within easy reach, whilst the M40 (junction 6) is about 9 miles and provides access to Heathrow and the national motorway network. There is an excellent and varied selection of schooling in the area including Rupert House, The Dragon, Moulsford and Cranford House, as well as sporting facilities including rowing on the Thames and a number of fine local golf courses. The surrounding countryside offers extensive walking and riding through a welllinked network of public footpaths and bridleways.
Forming part of the former stables and the Bull Hotel meeting room the property offers a wealth of character with unique and interesting features. There is a beautiful sitting/dining room with superb high ceilings, sash windows and an open fireplace with log burning stove. A staircase leads to the first floor master bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom. From the landing there is access to the attic space with potential for conversion, subject to the usual consents. The kitchen/breakfast room has a vaulted ceiling and is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units with integrated appliances, terracotta floor, larder and utility area. Beyond the kitchen a hall leads to a large double bedroom with wood floor and exposed beams, fitted wardrobes and an arch through to a study area with fitted shelving. A loft for storage runs the full length above the kitchen and spare bedroom. There is also a shower room and cloakroom.
Beyond the property a gravel drive extends to a large parking area with communal parking for the residents and a garage block housing the single garage with electricity supply and further parking space in front. Beyond the garage a gravel path runs beside neighbouring gardens to the private garden for Bull Stables. A beautiful, private area, which is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked flower beds, a number of mature trees, shrubs and Laurel with a further wooded area to the bottom. There is a large summerhouse with a shaded decked veranda and sleeper style decking affording attractive views over the gardens and providing an ideal entertaining space for the summer months. Beside the summerhouse is a storage building and a further garden shed. This area extends to in excess of 1/4 of an acre.
From Henley-on-Thames take the Fairmile (A4130) to Nettlebed. Upon entering the village Bull Stables, 21A is the first on the left hand side, through the brick archway. Post code: RG9 5DA
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