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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Frogmill, Hurley, SL6

Guide Price £1,195,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning period building
  • 3 miles from Henley-on-Thames
  • Riverside mooring
  • Shared landscaped garden and riverside meadow
  • Quiet location
  • EPC exempt

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Mill is a landmark period home in the sought-after conversion of Frogmill Court. These unique rural buildings have been converted from a mill house by the side of the River Thames. Full of character with vaulted ceilings, casement windows and views across the fields, The Mill is a beautifully presented ‘inverted living’ loft style house with a high standard of finish and benefits from a 30’ riverside mooring. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 en-suite), open plan sitting room, dining room and kitchen. Garage, parking, shared landscaped gardens and riverside picnic field. Private 30 foot mooring. EPC exempt.
The historic village of Hurley lies just 3 miles between the riverside towns of Henley and Marlow within easy reach for shopping and recreation. The village is full of charming period properties and has been used as a location in many films and locations including James Bond and Midsomer Murders. There is direct access to the River Thames, the Thames Path and Hurley Lock and it is a popular destination for boating and walking. Every August there is the Hurley Regatta with a great turnout by the village with activities including a raft race and ending with a music concert. Social activities focus around the village church, village hall and two pubs including The Olde Bell, reputedly the oldest in England, serving ale since 1135 AD. There is a village shop and, nearby, a well-regarded primary school; Hurley lies within the catchment for many of Buckinghamshire’s sought-after state schools. Communications are excellent with the A404m to Marlow just 2 miles distant, connecting to J8/9 of the M4, J4 of the M40 and the wider motorway network. Heathrow Airport is under 20 miles away. There is a mainline rail service from Maidenhead (from 20 minutes) to London Paddington with Crossrail allowing direct access to the City, Canary Wharf, the West End and Heathrow from 2018
The front door leads to the reception hall with stairs up to the first floor. Taking advantage of the superb views across the fields, the open plan, loft style living space has a high vaulted ceiling with magnificent oak beams; it is triple aspect with a picture window at one end and a huge amount of light pouring into the room. Currently, the space is zoned into a spacious sitting room with a log burning stove, a dining room and kitchen. The kitchen has been newly fitted with a German Bulthaup kitchen, incorporating Siemens fridge and freezer, Gaggenau cooker with hob and extractor above, Miele dishwasher and AEG microwave. There are granite worktops and wood flooring, a side door leads down external steps to the garage and parking area and communal garden.

On the ground floor are the bedrooms with wonderful deep casement windows fitted with colonial shutters. The master bedroom is dual aspect and has a walk through dressing area with fitted wardrobes leading into the en-suite bathroom. The bathroom is stylishly fitted with a Villeroy and Boch suite with Lefroy Brooks XO fittings, and with limestone walls and floors. There is a walk-in store/closet, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom, fitted to the same standard as the en-suite.
From The Mill, a path leads through the intricately planted ‘parterre’ style shared courtyard gardens and to the River Thames. There is a large riverside field, solely for the use of residents of Frogmill Court, a lovely place for picnics or parties. The Mill has a private 30’ mooring with wooden jetty with access out to the main River Thames. There is a small slipway for launching smaller boats and an extensive guest parking area.
Mains electricity and drainage. Borehole water supply. Oil fired central heating.

Local Authority
Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council,

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15 August 2016


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