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Full descriptionA five bedroom detached family home originally dating back to the 1930's, situated in grounds of just under an acre. The property has been extended and improved and now offers light and spacious accommodation with stunning views over open countryside to the rear. Benefits from a detached double garage with annexe comprising of a study/studio to the side and home office/bedroom with shower room above.
The ground floor accommodation comprises:
Covered entrance porch, reception hall with English Oak floor, stairs to first floor, cloakroom, light and spacious dual aspect drawing room with floor to ceiling windows and tilt and open double doors to the side, further window to the rear with views over the garden and fields beyond. Corner open fireplace, doorway opening to dining area which is open plan to a dual aspect sitting room with tilt and open double doors to the front, wood burner and English Oak floor.
Kitchen/breakfast room with twin windows to the rear overlooking the rear garden and fields beyond and French doors leading out to the rear terrace. Matching eye and base level units with granite worktops, four ring ceramic hob with extractor hood above and oven below, fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher and central island with breakfast bar, Chinese slate floor, door leading to a utility room with a washing machine and tumble dryer, sink and door leading out to rear terrace.
Dual aspect master bedroom with stunning views over the rear garden and open countryside beyond, dressing area with built in wardrobes, refitted en-suite with shower, bath, W.C and twin sinks. Triple aspect bedroom two with feature vaulted ceiling, three further bedrooms and refitted family bathroom with W.C, sink and a raised bath.
The property is accessed via double five bar gates leading to the gravelled driveway. There is a detached double garage with covered wood store and study/studio with wood burner to the side of the garage and stairs leading up to a home office/bedroom above. Additional shower room, W.C and a wash hand basin.
The mature gardens (gardener included) sweep around the property and are well established, backing onto open countryside with a terrace and integrated seating area. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees, flowers and shrubs and has a built in irrigation system.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL PROPERTIES ARE TAKEN AS SEEN AND NO ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS OR CLEANING WILL BE UNDERTAKEN BY THE LANDLORD UNLESS SPECIFICALLY AGREED AT THE TIME OF OFFER.
South Oxfordshire District Council
This property is to be let on an unfurnished basis.
Rent payable in advance exclusive of Council Tax and connected utilities.
A deposit equal to 20% of the first months rent plus administration charges is required to secure the property. This is non refundable in the event of unsatisfactory references or the withdrawal of your offer.
Tenancy Administration Charge:
£210.00 including VAT
References Charge per Applicant:
£78.00 including VAT
A deposit equivalent to 1½ months rent will be required to be held throughout the Tenancy as security against damages or any breach of the agreement by the Tenant.
There will also be a charge for checking the inventory at the end of tenancy.
We will require at least three references being employers, financial/credit, previous landlord & character. These are collected via an outside agency that will be passed your application form, once completed.
Due to new regulations, Ballards are now required to obtain proof of identity for each tenant who rents a property via our agency. For this purpose we are required to hold a copy of Photocard Driving Licence, Passport, and current utility bill. We may also require proof of permission to reside in the UK.
Catslip is situated on the edge of the quiet and peaceful hamlet of Crocker End where the houses nestle around a beautiful common and there is no through traffic. This highly sought after location is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the northwest of Henley-on-Thames. The nearby village of Nettlebed has good local facilities including a village shop and highly regarded hotel/restaurant but more extensive shopping, educational and recreational facilities are provided in Henley-on-Thames and the regional towns of Reading, Oxford and Marlow. There are excellent schools in the area including state primary in Nettlebed, state secondary at Gillotts in Henley and outstanding independent schools include Rupert House, Moulsford, Cranford House, the Oratory and the Abingdon schools. There is a mainline train service from Reading to London, Paddington (from 25 minutes). Access to both the M4 and M40 is within 15 miles. There is extensive riding and walking in the surrounding countryside.
From Ballards Henley office proceed to the crossroads and turn right onto Bell Street signposted to Oxford A4130. Continue along Bell Street to the mini roundabout at Northfield End and continue straight over and onto the beginning of the Fairmile. After approximately four miles turn right signposted Catslip and then take the first turning on the right. Beech House can be found a short way along the road on your left hand side.
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